anhydrous


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anhydrous

containing no water, esp no water of crystallization

anhydrous

[an′hī·drəs]
(chemistry)
Being without water, especially water of hydration.
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A 2005 US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) study identified hundreds of cases in 16 states where anhydrous ammonia was stolen for use in meth production.
When used as a fertilizer, it is compressed into a liquid (called anhydrous ammonia, which means without water) and stored in pressurized tanks.
A common strategy thieves use is to find unsecured nurse tanks and storage facilities where they can bleed off a few gallons of anhydrous into an empty gas grill container or other storage device.
Several emulsifiers were evaluated for their ability to improve the creaming and aeration capabilities of anhydrous milkfat.
The tank should be slowly filled with anhydrous ammonia in an open area or field.
In the March 13 Science, they report that certain anhydrous minerals, called pyroxenes, contain small but significant amounts of water--between 200 and 500 parts per million.
Further, the report provides in-depth analyses ammonia, anhydrous and in aqueous solution market in the country.
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Under the law, any facility that uses, stores, manufactures or handles more than 10,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia is required to prepare and submit a Risk Management Plan to EPA.
This anhydrous, antiperspirant composition is comprised of a skin-adhering system comprising, a skin-adhering polymer, one or more volatile solvents, antiperspirant active and a thickening agent selected from the group consisting of organic solids, silicone solids, gellants, inorganic particulates, and mixtures thereof; and an anhydrous carrier in an amount sufficient to provide antiperspirant efficacy.