Definition of Hexahydrates

1. Noun. (plural of hexahydrate) ¹



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Definition of Hexahydrates

1. hexahydrate [n] - See also: hexahydrate

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hexahydrates

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

Literary usage of Hexahydrates

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1. Theoretical Chemistry from the Standpoint of Avogadro's Rule & Thermodynamics by Walther Nernst (1904)
"By introducing this water molecule we obtain hexahydrates, and this is actually the form in which the heavy metals most commonly appear. ..."

2. A Text-book of Inorganic Chemistry by Arnold Frederik Holleman (1908)
"... the cobalt ammonias, ie, with the release of each water molecule a chlorine atom sacrifices its ionizing ability. Two hexahydrates of chromic chloride, ..."

3. Review of American Chemical Research by Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Arthur Amos Noyes, William Albert Noyes (1900)
"On the Inversion of the Hepta- and hexahydrates of Zinc Sulphate in the Clark Cell. BY HT BARNES. /. Phys. Chem., 4, 1-21.—The paper contains the complete ..."

4. General Chemistry by Hamilton Perkins Cady (1916)
"... the hexahydrates absorb heat. When the hexahydrate is heated to 200°, it loses four moles of water and forms a white porous mass of the dihydrate which ..."

5. Textbook of Physical Chemistry by Azariah Thomas Lincoln (1920)
"Werner assumes, therefore, that the hexahydrates are salt-like compounds in which the positive radical consists of complexes containing ..."

6. Inorganic Chemistry by Hamilton Perkins Cady (1912)
"Anhydrous CaCl- and ice do not make a good freezing mixture since the salt evolves so much heat in dissolving, while the hexahydrates absorb heat. ..."

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