anhydrous

Anhydrous vs Efflorescence - What's the difference?

anhydrous | efflorescence |


As a adjective anhydrous

is having little or no water.

As a noun efflorescence is

(chemistry) the formation of a powdery surface on crystals, as a hydrate is converted to anhydrous form by losing loosely bound water of crystallization to the atmosphere.

Anhydrous vs Borax - What's the difference?

anhydrous | borax |


As adjectives the difference between anhydrous and borax

is that anhydrous is having little or no water while borax is cheap or tawdry, referring to furniture or other works of industrial design.

As a noun borax is

a white or gray/grey crystalline salt, with a slight alkaline taste, used as a flux, in soldering metals, making enamels, fixing colors/colours on porcelain, and as a soap, etc.

What is the difference between anhydrous and dry?

anhydrous | dry |


As adjectives the difference between anhydrous and dry

is that anhydrous is having little or no water while dry is free from liquid or moisture.

As a verb dry is

to lose moisture.

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