Menstruum

The solvent used in extraction.
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Menstruum

Men'stru·um noun ; plural English Menstruums , Latin Menstrua . [ Latin menstruus . See Menstruous .] Any substance which dissolves a solid body; a solvent. « The proper menstruum to dissolve metal.» Bacon. « All liquors are calle...
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menstruum

Origin: L. Menstruus. See Menstruous. ... Any substance which dissolves a solid body; a solvent. 'The proper menstruum to dissolve metal.' (Bacon) 'All liquors are called menstruums which are used as dissolvents, or to extract the virtues of ingredients by infusion or decoction.' (Quincy) ... The use is supposed to have originated in some notion of...
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menstruum

noun (archaic) a solvent
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menstruum

(men´stroo-әm) a solvent medium.
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Menstruum

• (n.) Any substance which dissolves a solid body; a solvent.
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menstruum

Type: Term Pronunciation: men′strū-ŭm, -stroo-ă Definitions: 1. Older term for solvent.
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menstruum

solvent used in the preparation of drugs
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