Azeotrope

A mixture of two liquids with a constant boiling point (typically higher or lower than that of either component). It can be distilled in a fixed ratio and without decomposition of either component, such as the mixture of isopropyl alcohol and water, or other combinations of liquids used in printing inks.

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