anhydrate

Anhydrous vs Anhydrate - What's the difference?

anhydrous | anhydrate |


As an adjective anhydrous

is having little or no water.

As a noun anhydrate is

(organic chemistry) an acid anhydride.

As a verb anhydrate is

to dehydrate, especially in food processing.

Anhydride vs Anhydrate - What's the difference?

anhydride | anhydrate |


As nouns the difference between anhydride and anhydrate

is that anhydride is while anhydrate is (organic chemistry) an acid anhydride.

As a verb anhydrate is

to dehydrate, especially in food processing.

Hemihydrate vs Anhydrate - What's the difference?

hemihydrate | anhydrate |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between hemihydrate and anhydrate

is that hemihydrate is (chemistry) a hydrate whose solid contains one molecule of water of crystallization per two molecules, or per two unit cells while anhydrate is (chemistry) the anhydrous form of a normally hydrated compound.

As nouns the difference between hemihydrate and anhydrate

is that hemihydrate is (chemistry) a hydrate whose solid contains one molecule of water of crystallization per two molecules, or per two unit cells while anhydrate is (organic chemistry) an acid anhydride.

As a verb anhydrate is

to dehydrate, especially in food processing.

Anhydrate - What does it mean?

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Anhydrase vs Anhydrate - What's the difference?

anhydrase | anhydrate |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between anhydrase and anhydrate

is that anhydrase is (chemistry) an enzyme that catalyzes the removal of water from a material while anhydrate is (chemistry) the anhydrous form of a normally hydrated compound.

As nouns the difference between anhydrase and anhydrate

is that anhydrase is (chemistry) an enzyme that catalyzes the removal of water from a material while anhydrate is (organic chemistry) an acid anhydride.

As a verb anhydrate is

to dehydrate, especially in food processing.

Anhydrate vs Anhydrite - What's the difference?

anhydrate | anhydrite |


As nouns the difference between anhydrate and anhydrite

is that anhydrate is (organic chemistry) an acid anhydride while anhydrite is (mineral) a saline evaporite consisting of anhydrous calcium sulfate (gypsum).

As a verb anhydrate

is to dehydrate, especially in food processing.

Anhydrate vs Monohydrate - What's the difference?

anhydrate | monohydrate |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between anhydrate and monohydrate

is that anhydrate is (chemistry) the anhydrous form of a normally hydrated compound while monohydrate is (chemistry) a hydrate whose solid contains a single molecule of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell.

As nouns the difference between anhydrate and monohydrate

is that anhydrate is (organic chemistry) an acid anhydride while monohydrate is (chemistry) a hydrate whose solid contains a single molecule of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell.

As a verb anhydrate

is to dehydrate, especially in food processing.