dihydrate


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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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In the 1960s, McCarty et al (12,13) discovered new crystals in the synovial fluid, which were calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate.
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CPCs of different compositions can form different end products such as hydroxyapatite (HA), octacalcium phosphate, and dicalcium phosphate dihydrate (DCPD), also known as brushite.
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Ageing dihydrate formed during the aging reduce the induction and nucleation period.