Monohydrate vs Anhydrous - What's the difference?

monohydrate | anhydrous |


As a noun monohydrate

is (chemistry) a hydrate whose solid contains a single molecule of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell.

As an adjective anhydrous is

having little or no water.

monohydrate

English

Noun

(en noun)
  • (chemistry) A hydrate whose solid contains a single molecule of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell
  • anhydrous

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • having little or no water
  • # (chemistry) having no water of crystallization