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di·hy·drate

(dī-hī'drāt),
A compound with two molecules of water of crystallization.

di·hy·drate

(dī-hī'drāt)
A compound with two molecules of water of crystallization.

dihydrate

(di-hi'drat?) [ di- + hydrate]
A compound containing two water molecules in fixed ratio to the bound molecule.
See: dihydric
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Global sodium citrate dihydrate market is segmented into types, forms, functions, applications, manufacturing methods, and region.
Low incidence of calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate crystal deposition in rheumatoid arthritis, with modification of radiographic featuers in coexistent disease.
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The solved crystal structure of the synthesized compound sodium 3-nitrophenolate dihydrate resulted in a phenolate of reasonable geometry.
Biomimetic hydroxyapatite was successfully synthesised by using calcium nitrate dihydrate and diammonium hydrogenphosphate dissolved in synthetic body fluid (SBF).
2 with zinc acetate dihydrate (100 ppm) as catalyst (12).
Kossovsky has made molecular transport agents for insulin and hemoglobin using tiny granules of a degradable bonelike material, calcium phosphate dihydrate, as cores.
Gypsum is a very soft mineral comprising of calcium sulfate dihydrate.
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Erosive OA has been associated with systemic diseases, including hypothyroidism, autoimmune thyroiditis, hyperparathyroidism, chronic renal disease, scleroderma, Sjogren's syndrome, and calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate arthropathy (CPPD).
Work initiated at our laboratories to address this issue had led to the development and commercialization of disodium hexamethylene-1,6-bis-thiosulfate dihydrate (DHTS or HTS), a rubber chemical that promotes the formation of flexible hybrid crosslinks (figure 2).