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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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The report on the global ultra-high-purity anhydrous hydrogen chloride (HCl) gas market provides qualitative and quantitative analysis for the period from 2017 to 2025.
The samples prepared at 29 and 31[degrees]C showed the peaks corresponding to the anhydrous [beta]-lactose at 10.5, 19.0, and 21.0[degrees].
The global 1-hydroxybenzotriazole anhydrous industry has been segmented on the basis of several important criteria such as application, technology, and geography.
In the Oregon Ice Cream plant, anhydrous ammonia is used as refrigerant in the manufacturer and storage of ice cream, Eddings said.
Food manufacturers using anhydrous ammonia as a refrigerant must comply with specific EPA and OSHA regulations that require the development and implementation of detailed plans to prevent the release of these substances, and to report and manage them when they occur.
According to one 2002 crime report, a plant manager told police that intruders were stealing four to five gallons of anhydrous ammonia every three days.
Despite storing 240 tons of ammonium nitrate and 50 tons of anhydrous ammonia on site, company officials had reported that the plant posed no fire or explosion risk.
Typically, 2 g of activated silica, are added to an anhydrous solution of equimolar quantities (2 x [10.sup.3] mol) of an aldehyde and a primary chiral amine.
As a result, ethanol producers may be forced next month to import anhydrous ethanol, which is added to the country's gasoline to produce E20.
Using anhydrous Calcium Chloride as the desiccant, ProDriPole is designed to work in relatively open environments as opposed to silica gel and activated clay which must be contained within a controlled atmosphere such as a hermetically-sealed barrier foil bag in order to be effective.
More than 2,000 pounds of anhydrous ammonia leaked when an ammonia line ruptured at the Coors Brewing Co.