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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 Global Anhydrous Citric Acid Industry provides a basic overview of the industry including definitions, classifications, applications and industry chain structure.
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For example, the EPA ordered a company to upgrade its equipment and systems at three facilities after an anhydrous ammonia release at only one facility, costing the company over $100,000.
Apart from anhydrous ammonia, the company stored tons of ammonium nitrate, a fertiliser that can be used in bomb-making.
When ammonia is used for fertilizer, it is compressed to make anhydrous ammonia, a liquid.
A large release of anhydrous ammonia would not easily disperse.
Anhydrous ammonia caused about double the losses of nitrous oxide than the other two fertilizers.
nearly 1,500 pounds of anhydrous ammonia were released during an attempted theft at a cold-storage facility.
A main ingredient in Stacker 2, an over-the-counter herbal supplement, is caffeine, primarily in the form of anhydrous caffeine and kola nut seeds.
As part of the company's stewardship efforts, the free program was launched in 1994 to help educate hundreds of PotashCorp customers as well as thousands of first responders throughout North America about safety responding to anhydrous ammonia rail car leaks.
that the company released 750 pounds of anhydrous ammonia when a refrigeration system malfunctioned at a food distribution site in Minneapolis in August 2000, according to the agency.
But both may involve the use of anhydrous ammonia fertilizer, says John Shutske, agricultural safety and health specialist with the University of Minnesota Extension Service.