Definition of liquidus in English:

liquidus

Syllabification: liq·ui·dus
Pronunciation: /ˈlikwidəs/

Entry from US English dictionary

noun (plural liquidi /-ˌdī/)

(also liquidus curve) Chemistry A curve in a graph of the temperature and composition of a mixture, above which the substance is entirely liquid.

Origin

Latin, literally 'liquid'.

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