Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A definite mixture of ice and any crystallized salt obtained by freezing a saturated aqueous solution of the salt.
- n. chemistry Any salt that forms crystals containing water of crystallization only at low temperatures
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Chem.) A substance, as salt, ammonium chloride, etc., which crystallizes with water of crystallization only at low temperatures, or below the freezing point of water.
- cryo- + hydrate (Wiktionary)
“The temperature of production of the cryohydrate is identical with the lowest temperature which can be produced on employing a mixture of ice and the salt as a freezing mixture or cryogen.”
“So long as this separation proceeds the temperature falls, but at length a point is reached at which the thermometer remains stationary until the whole is solidified, with the production of a cryohydrate.”
“This temperature of solidification is the same whether we start with a dilute or a saturated solution, and the composition of the cryohydrate is found to be constant.”
“It will be readily seen that in the formation of a cryohydrate we have an example of eutexia, since the constituents are present in such proportion as to give to the resultant compound body a minimum temperature of liquefaction.”
“a cryohydrate,  which possesses physical properties different from those of either the ice or the salt from which it is formed.”
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Environmental Ice and Snow
(excluding all the food ice)
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