enhydros

Enhydrous vs Enhydros - What's the difference?

enhydrous | enhydros |


As an adjective enhydrous

is (crystallography) having water within; containing fluid drops.

As a noun enhydros is

a geode of chalcedony containing trapped water.

Water vs Enhydros - What's the difference?

water | enhydros |


As nouns the difference between water and enhydros

is that water is while enhydros is a geode of chalcedony containing trapped water.

Chalcedony vs Enhydros - What's the difference?

chalcedony | enhydros |


As nouns the difference between chalcedony and enhydros

is that chalcedony is a form of fine-grained quartz that is nearly transparent or has a milky translucence; it fractures conchoidally while enhydros is a geode of chalcedony containing trapped water.

Geode vs Enhydros - What's the difference?

geode | enhydros |


As nouns the difference between geode and enhydros

is that geode is a nodule of stone having a cavity lined with mineral or crystal matter on the inside wall while enhydros is a geode of chalcedony containing trapped water.