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Ebullioscope

See under Malligand device
Measuring instrument for determining the alcohol content in alcoholic liquids. The instrument was developed in the 1870s by the Frenchman Vidal Malligand primarily for determining the alcohol content in wine. Internationally it is known as an ebullioscope or ebulliometer. Ebullioscopy is the determination of the molecular weight of a liquid from the molecular boiling...

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