Definition of Hexahydrate

1. Noun. (chemistry) A hydrate whose solid contains six molecules of water of crystallization per molecule, or per unit cell ¹



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Definition of Hexahydrate

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexahydrate

hexagramme
hexagrammes
hexagrams
hexagynia
hexagynous
hexahedra
hexahedral
hexahedrite
hexahedro-
hexahedron
hexahedrons
hexahelicene
hexahelicenes
hexahemeron
hexahistidine
hexahydrate (current term)
hexahydrates
hexahydride
hexahydrides
hexahydrite
hexahydro
hexahydroborite
hexahydroxycyclohexane
hexakis-
hexakisphosphate
hexakisphosphates
hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia
hexality
hexalogy
hexamer

Literary usage of Hexahydrate

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1. Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry by Heinrich Biltz, Wilhelm Biltz (1909)
"The Melting-point Maximum for Magnesium Nitrate hexahydrate; Eutectic Mixture of Barium Chloride Dihydrate and Water. 1. The freezing-point diagram of a ..."

2. The Phase Rule and Its Applications by Alexander Findlay (1908)
"Solubility Curve of Calcium Chloride hexahydrate.1— Although calcium chloride forms several hydrates, each of which possesses its own solubility, ..."

3. Laboratory Methods of Inorganic Chemistry by Heinrich Biltz, Wilhelm Biltz (1909)
"A number of facts make it seem extremely probable, however, that the ions are hydrated.1 144. The Melting-point Maximum for Magnesium Nitrate hexahydrate; ..."

4. The Chemistry and Literature of Beryllium by Charles Lathrop Parsons (1909)
"Still having once produced the hexahydrate it could be crystallized out of aqueous solution at temperatures as high as 50° and he even threw it out of ..."

5. A System of Physical Chemistry by William Cudmore McCullagh Lewis, James Rice (1920)
"It is only at the transition point that we can regard the hexahydrate as " equivalent" to the tetrahydrate, and hence it is only at the transition ..."

6. Mineral Tolerance of Animals by National Research Council (U. S.) (2005)
"Mice fed uranyl nitrate hexahydrate in amounts ranging from 2 to 2370 mg/kg ... When mice were fed 1 percent uranyl nitrate hexahydrate (4740 mg/kg) in the ..."

7. Hydrates in Aqueous Solution: Evidence for the Existence of Hydrates in by Harry Clary Jones, Frederick Hutton Getman, Harry Preston Bassett, Leroy McMaster, Horace Scudder Uhler (1907)
"He showed that when the hexahydrate is warmed to about 52° for four hours, it passes over into the dihydrate, CoCl2.2H2O, which is reddish, with a slightly ..."

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