deliquescent

Deliquescent - What does it mean?

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Anhydrous vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

anhydrous | deliquescent |


As adjectives the difference between anhydrous and deliquescent

is that anhydrous is having little or no water while deliquescent is deliquescent.

Hygroscopic vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

hygroscopic | deliquescent |


As adjectives the difference between hygroscopic and deliquescent

is that hygroscopic is (physics|chemistry) readily taking up and retaining water, especially from the atmosphere while deliquescent is deliquescent.

Deliquescent vs Efflorescent - What's the difference?

deliquescent | efflorescent |


As adjectives the difference between deliquescent and efflorescent

is that deliquescent is deliquescent while efflorescent is bursting into flower.

Hygroscopy vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

hygroscopy | deliquescent |


As a noun hygroscopy

is the ability of a substance to attract and hold water molecules from the surrounding environment.

As an adjective deliquescent is

deliquescent.

Taxonomy vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

taxonomy | deliquescent |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

As an adjective deliquescent is

deliquescent.

Deliquescent vs Phenose - What's the difference?

deliquescent | phenose |


As an adjective deliquescent

is deliquescent.

As a noun phenose is

(organic compound) a sweet amorphous deliquescent substance obtained indirectly from benzene, and isometric with dextrose.

Efflorescence vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

efflorescence | deliquescent |


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.

As an adjective deliquescent is

(chemistry) absorbing moisture from the air and forming a solution.

Hydroscopy vs Deliquescent - What's the difference?

hydroscopy | deliquescent |

Deliquescent vs Deliquescence - What's the difference?

deliquescent | deliquescence |


As an adjective deliquescent

is (chemistry) absorbing moisture from the air and forming a solution.

As a noun deliquescence is

the condition of being deliquescent.

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