In-vacuo meaning

ĭn văkyo͝o-ō
In a vacuum.
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Without reference to related context; in isolation.
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In a vacuum.
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Without or disregarding context, circumstances, etc.
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In a partial or full vacuum.

The distillation is performed in vacuo to avoid decomposition of the compounds under study.

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Origin of in-vacuo

  • New Latin in vacuō Latin in in Latin vacuō ablative of vacuus empty

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • From Latin in + vacuum (“void, vacuum”)

    From Wiktionary