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  • n. A hydrate whose solid contains three molecules of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell


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  • Each bottle of the oral solution contains 91.35 mg of alendronate monosodium salt trihydrate, which is the molar equivalent to 70 mg of free acid.


  • Sodium acetate trihydrate crystals have a melting point of 58°C (136°F).

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  • After removal of “red mud” (the insoluble part of the bauxite) and fine solids from the process liquor, aluminum trihydrate crystals are precipitated and calcined in rotary kilns or fluidized bed calciners to produce alumina (Al2O3).

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  • Augmentin is the British Approved Name for the combination antibiotic containing amoxicillin trihydrate, a?

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  • Among the types of flame retardants identified by the report, those made from Alumina trihydrate will account for the largest production volume (about 557 million lb/yr in 1999).

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  • And there is a fair amount of ATH, aluminum trihydrate that we buy, that trend has been up, the overall its been tight, so that's creating a bit of pricing issue for us too, but there is a lot of moving parts to that issue, but generally pricing is holding up I'd say specially sequentially very well.


  • Alendronate sodium is chemically described as (4-amino-1-hydroxybutylidene) bisphosphonic acid monosodium salt trihydrate.


  • The only significant difference for Tom’s of Maine Whole Care Toothpaste is the addition of zinc citrate trihydrate supposedly for tartar control.

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