Isocratic meaning

(chemistry, of an HPLC system) Which resolves a solute using a solvent system that does not change composition during the run.
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(rhetoric) Relating to Isocrates and his style of rhetoric.
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Origin of isocratic

  • From Ancient Greek ἰσοκρατία (isokratia, “equality of strength or power”) +‎ -ic.

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  • After Isocrates (436-338 BCE)

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