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Hydrous vs Anhydrous - What's the difference?

hydrous | anhydrous |


As adjectives the difference between hydrous and anhydrous

is that hydrous is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated while anhydrous is having little or no water.

Hydrous vs Hydrate - What's the difference?

hydrous | hydrate |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun hydrate is

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Hydrous vs Hydrocarbonate - What's the difference?

hydrous | hydrocarbonate |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun hydrocarbonate is

(chemistry|obsolete) a hydrocarbon.

Hydrous vs Xonaltite - What's the difference?

hydrous | xonaltite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun xonaltite is

(mineralogy|rare) a hydrous silicate of calcium, occurring in massive form of a white or bluish‐gray colour.

Hydrous vs Ehlite - What's the difference?

hydrous | ehlite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun ehlite is

(mineral) a green pearly mineral, a hydrous phosphate of copper.

Hydrous vs Karpholite - What's the difference?

hydrous | karpholite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun karpholite is

(mineralogy) a fibrous mineral occurring in tufts of a straw-yellow colour it is a hydrous silicate of alumina and manganese.

Hydrous vs Pyrosmalite - What's the difference?

hydrous | pyrosmalite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun pyrosmalite is

(mineralogy) a mineral, usually of a pale brown or grey-greenish colour, consisting chiefly of the hydrous silicate of iron and manganese.

Hydrous vs Dufrenite - What's the difference?

hydrous | dufrenite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun dufrenite is

(mineral) a blackish-green mineral that is a hydrous phosphate of iron.

Hydrous vs Ettringite - What's the difference?

hydrous | ettringite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun ettringite is

(mineral) a trigonal hydrous calcium aluminium sulfate mineral.

Hydrous vs Tincalconite - What's the difference?

hydrous | tincalconite |


As an adjective hydrous

is (chemistry) containing combined water; hydrated.

As a noun tincalconite is

(mineralogy) a hydrous sodium borate mineral closely related to borax.

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