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end point

[′end ‚pȯint]
(analytical chemistry)
That stage in the titration at which an effect, such as a color change, occurs, indicating that a desired point in the titration has been reached.
(chemical engineering)
In the distillation analysis of crude petroleum and its products, the highest reading of a thermometer when a specified proportion of the liquid has boiled off. Also known as final boiling point.
(computer science)
In vector graphics, one of the two ends of a line or vector.
(control systems)
The point at which a robot stops along its path of motion.
(industrial engineering)
(mathematics)
Either of two values or points that mark the ends of an interval or line segment.
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