Definition of Hydrations

1. hydration [n] - See also: hydration



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrations

hydratase
hydratases
hydrate
hydrate crystal
hydrate microcrystal theory of anaesthesia
hydrated
hydrated alumina
hydrated aluminium oxide
hydrated aluminum oxide
hydrated lime
hydrated oxide
hydrates
hydrating
hydration
hydrational
hydrations (current term)
hydrator
hydrators
hydrauger
hydraulic
hydraulic brake
hydraulic brake cylinder
hydraulic brakes
hydraulic cement
hydraulic conductivity
hydraulic engineering
hydraulic fracturing
hydraulic load
hydraulic motor
hydraulic press

Literary usage of Hydrations

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1. A Text-book of Physiological Chemistry for Students of Medicine and Physicians by Charles Edmund Simon (1907)
"Oxidations and hydrations in the Animal Body. ... The chemical processes which are here involved are essentially of the character of hydrations. ..."

2. Diet and Dietetics by Armand Gautier, Alfred James Rice-Oxley (1906)
"However, hi 1866, M. Berthelot pointed out that a part of this heat may certainly be attributed to a series of hydrations and fermentative decompositions. ..."

3. The System of Animate Nature: The Gifford Lectures Delivered in the by John Arthur Thomson (1920)
"... and some of these reactions can be reproduced apart from the organism altogether. There are oxidations and reductions, hydrations and de-hydrations, ..."

4. Enzymes and Their Applications by Jean Effront, Samuel Cate Prescott (1902)
"... in a word all the phenomena which we meet in diastatic hydrations. ... on the contrary, decompositions and hydrations are caused by numerous agents, ..."

5. Enzymes and Their Applications by Jean Effront (1902)
"... in a word .all the phenomena which we meet in diastatic hydrations. ... on the contrary, decompositions and hydrations are caused by numerous agents, ..."

6. Smokeless Powder, Nitro-cellulose: And Theory of the Cellulose Molecule by John Baptiste Bernadou (1901)
"If, as stated, the gelatinized or hydrated form may be regarded as a continuous series of hydrations of cellulose, then the colloids can be regarded as what ..."

7. Smokeless Powder, Nitro-cellulose: And Theory of the Cellulose Molecule by John Baptiste Bernadou (1901)
"If, as stated, the gelatinized or hydrated form may be regarded as a continuous series of hydrations of cellulose, then the colloids can be regarded as what ..."

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