in vacuo[in vak′yo̵̅o̅ ō′]
in a vacuum
Origin of in vacuoClassical Latin
- In a vacuum.
- Without reference to related context; in isolation.
Origin of in vacuoNew Latin in vacuō : Latin in, in + Latin vacuō, ablative of vacuus, empty.
- In a partial or full vacuum
- The distillation is performed in vacuo to avoid decomposition of the compounds under study