\\ə̇ˌbu̇lēˈäməd.ə(r), ēˌ-, eˌ- also -ˌbəl-\ noun (-s)
Etymology: International Scientific Vocabulary ebullio- (from Latin ebullire) + -meter
: an instrument for the usually precise determination of either the absolute or the differential boiling points of liquids used especially for determining the molecular weight of a solute dissolved in a liquid, the purity of liquids, and the alcoholic content of beverages

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