from The Century Dictionary.
- To remove water from, especially from a substance naturally containing it; dehydrate.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.
- noun organic chemistry An
- noun chemistry The
anhydrousform of a normally hydratedcompound
- verb To
dehydrate, especially in food processing.
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The anhydrate which was taught in the prior art would more than likely result in natural creation of some hemihydrate.
Both forms of the drug work equally well as an anti-depressant, but it became impossible to manufacture the off-patent anhydrate without some of it being converted into the patented form.
The jasper is an anhydrate quartz composed of silica, alumina, and iron.
Then there came a European, who knew how the anhydrate gas, being heavier than the surrounding air, settled like water in that terrible hollow.
The hollow on the other side of the cliff became filled with anhydrate gas, and this stopped the operations of the Chinese, who evidently knew of the existence of the mine.
Citric acid anhydrate, Citric acid monohydrate, citric acid sodium, citric acid potassium;
The Federal Circuit heard the appeal and decided that Smithkline’s patent on the hemihydrate was invalid as “inherently anticipated” because anhydrate naturally converts into hemihydrate.