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anhydrous

 [an-hi´drus]
containing no water.

an·hy·drous

(an-hī'drŭs),
Containing no water, especially water of crystallization.

anhydrous

adjective Without water or moisture; waterless.

an·hy·drous

(an-hī'drŭs)
Containing no water, especially water of crystallization.

an·hy·drous

(an-hī'drŭs)
Containing no water, especially water of crystallization.
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Porter's five forces model in the report provides insights into the competitive rivalry, supplier and buyer positions in the market and opportunities for the new entrants in the global ultra-high-purity anhydrous hydrogen chloride gas market over the period of 2017 to 2025.
On the other hand, the [beta]L samples prepared at 29 and 31[degrees]C (Figure 5(b) and (c)) showed a constant baseline up to 170[degrees]C, indicating that effectively the [beta]L is anhydrous. In the range of 170-220[degrees]C, there is a second mass loss (about 40% of weight loss) corresponding to the thermal decomposition of the [beta]L, which maybe understood as the breaking of the glycosidic bond and the subsequent evolution of water.
The industry chain of the global 1-hydroxybenzotriazole anhydrous market has also been studied, with a detailed section on the important suppliers of manufacturing equipment, key suppliers of raw materials, and leading consumers.
For example, the EPA ordered a company to upgrade its equipment and systems at three facilities after an anhydrous ammonia release at only one facility, costing the company over $100,000.
Thefts of anhydrous ammonia are common in McLennan County, where burglars siphon fertiliser from trailer tanks into five-gallon propane containers, says McLennan County Chief Deputy Sheriff Matt Cawthon, who took up the position in January.
And as it turns out, there is a large difference in [N.sub.2]O emissions between anhydrous ammonia and urea--at least in the corn cropping systems Venterea has been studying.
(2) Preparation of 2-hydroxy-4-methyl-6-{4'-[N,N-bis(2-chloroethylyl) amino] styryl} pyrimidine (II)--2-hydroxy-4,6-dimethyl pyrimidine (1.24g; 0.01 mole) and benzaldehyde mustard (2.46g; 0.01 mole), anhydrous ZnCl2 (3.0 g) were taken in 80 ml xylene and the mixture was refluxed for 6 h.
Currently, most of the anhydrous ammonia used in the area comes from Canada to a distribution center in Tokio near Spokane.
Not only has the TVA been given all but a complete pass by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration in all these years--meaning that workers are exposed to unconscionable levels of friable asbestos, beryllium, arsenic, and other life-threatening substances--but upper management erected a large tank farm to hold tens of thousands of gallons of anhydrous ammonia.
Agricultural theft rings are targeting any number of items, including ginseng in Michigan; timber in Alabama; irrigation valves in Washington; anhydrous ammonia fertilizer in Minnesota and Ohio; Japanese radishes in Hawaii; and nuts and citrus in California.
Chapters cover areas such as analytical methods for measuring water in nominally anhydrous materials (NAMs), the structure of hydrous species in NAMs, structural studies of OH in NAMs using NMR, atomistic models of OH defects in NAMs, and hydrogen in high pressure silicate and oxide mineral structures.
Recent independent tests reportedly confirm that anhydrous calcium sulfate (gypsum) is an economical TiO2 extender that maintains good pigmenting performance in PP.