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hy·drat·ed

(hī'drāt-ĕd),
Combined with water, forming a hydrate.
Synonym(s): hydrous

hydrated

(hī′drā-tĕd) [L. hydratus]
1. Combined chemically with water, forming a hydrate.
2. Replete with fluids.
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Based on their tests, Szeles, Wright, Rajabipour and Stoffels concluded pure hydrated alumina forestalled ASR by reducing pH and alkalis in concrete pore solution, consuming and reducing dissolved Ca and portlandite, and most of all, reducing silica dissolution and damage to aggregates at high pH.
Staying hydrated while exercising It's essential to keep hydrated while exercising as water regulates your body temperature and lubricates your joints.
However, hydrated layers on the artifacts that were produced between 1,450 and 1,350 years ago indicate that soil temperatures then were about 5[degrees]C warmer.
As soon as you see the first flower buds emerging it is worth applying 2ozs of hydrated lime to two gallons of water in a watering can and applying this solution to 10ft of bean row.
Conditioning refers to how well the ingredients have been mixed, how evenly the clay has been hydrated and "smeared" onto the sand grains, and how "fluffy" and moldable the sand actually is.
This is a gel-complex formula that is said to hydrate skin for up to 11 hours and keep skin hydrated even after removal.
Offers hydrated alumina flame-retardant/smoke-suppressant fillers.
It is commonly believed that gums should be at least 50% fully hydrated before use in further processing, or they may never reach 1 00%
The intent and purpose of this Invitation or Sealed Bid is to establish a term contract with one qualified source that can provide hydrated lime for Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), an agency of the Commonwealth of Virginia.
announced the expansion of hydrated lime production capacity at its Ste.