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Wet vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

wet | aqueous |


In chemistry|lang=en terms the difference between wet and aqueous

is that wet is (chemistry) employing, or done by means of, water or some other liquid while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

As adjectives the difference between wet and aqueous

is that wet is of an object, etc, covered with or impregnated with liquid while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

As a noun wet

is liquid or moisture.

As a verb wet

is to cover or impregnate with liquid.

Waterbased vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

waterbased | aqueous |


As adjectives the difference between waterbased and aqueous

is that waterbased is based on water while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Waterborne vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

waterborne | aqueous |


As adjectives the difference between waterborne and aqueous

is that waterborne is transported or transmitted by water while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Fused vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

fused | aqueous |


As adjectives the difference between fused and aqueous

is that fused is joined together by fusing while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

As a verb fused

is (fuse).

Fluid vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

fluid | aqueous |


As a noun fluid

is fluid.

As an adjective aqueous is

(chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Watery vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

watery | aqueous | Related terms |

Watery is a related term of aqueous.


As adjectives the difference between watery and aqueous

is that watery is wet, soggy or soaked with water while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Aqueous vs Viscous - What's the difference?

aqueous | viscous | Related terms |

Aqueous is a related term of viscous.


As adjectives the difference between aqueous and viscous

is that aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water while viscous is having a thick, sticky consistency between solid and liquid.

Molten vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

molten | aqueous | Related terms |

Molten is a related term of aqueous.


As adjectives the difference between molten and aqueous

is that molten is melted while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

As a verb molten

is .

Thawed vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

thawed | aqueous | Related terms |

Thawed is a related term of aqueous.


As a verb thawed

is (thaw).

As an adjective aqueous is

(chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

Melted vs Aqueous - What's the difference?

melted | aqueous | Related terms |

Melted is a related term of aqueous.


As adjectives the difference between melted and aqueous

is that melted is being in a liquid state as a result of melting while aqueous is (chemistry) consisting mostly of water.

As a verb melted

is (melt).

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