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hydrous

1. containing water
2. (of a chemical compound) combined with water molecules

hydrous

[′hī·drəs]
(chemistry)
Indicating the presence of an indefinite amount of water.
(mineralogy)
Indicating a definite proportion of combined water.
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Then, the hydrous bioethanol may be ready to use," Belonio said.
In the hydrous pyrolysis experiments of individual feedstocks the autoclave was charged with 2 g of GOS or berries and the required amount of water (4 mL for object:water ratio 1:2 and 6 mL for ratio 1:3).
Variation in CEC, depending upon the pH at which the determination is made, due to differing reactivity of the various exchangers in the soil systems-clay minerals, hydrous oxides, amorphous compounds, and organic materials.
In Surface Complexation Modeling: Hydrous Ferric Oxide (1990), a surface-complexation model with a simple solid-water interface was developed in order to interpret available data for inorganic ion sorption on hydrous ferric oxide.
This policy applies to all slurry, spray-dried hydrous and calcined kaolin grades sold to the paper industry globally.
Petrojam Ethanol Ltd confirmed in May that it too had lost its supply source in Brazil, Jamaica's main market for hydrous ethanol, which is converted here to fuel grade or dry ethanol, and sold mainly to the United States;
The Moon, which has generally been thought to be devoid of hydrous materials, has water," Nature quoted John Eiler, the Robert P.
The minerals of bentonite are mainly crystalline belonging to the montomorillonite group which is hydrous aluminum silicates containing iron, magnesium and other elements.
Last year, another Harvard team found talc - made from a mineral called hydrous magnesium silicate - raised the risk of ovarian cancer by 41% and urged women not to use it.
Despite the dominance of Fe and A1 oxides and hydrous oxides in BRS, detailed information on the surface charge properties of this material is scarce.