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azeotropically

azeotropic (GB)
Latin name for the constant boiling point of a liquid mixture of several components. The boiling point of the mixture is higher or lower than its components. The main volatile components of wine such as aldehydes. alcohol. ester. acids and water form so-called azeotropic mixtures. The type of azeotropic mixture is for the constant boiling point and for the composition of the vapors at a distillation prevail. This also applies to the complex flavorings which rise from a wine glass at room temperature. One smells rather the azeotropic overall impression than the many, individual components true. See also below Aroma. bouquet. wine address and Weingenuss,

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