monohydrated


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mon·o·hy·dra·ted

(mon'ō-hī'drā-tĕd),
Containing or united with a single molecule of water per molecule of substance.

monohydrated

(mŏn-ō-hī′drāt-ĕd) [″ + hydor, water]
United with only one molecule of water.
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The second curve of the monohydrated form presents the threshold of calcium carbonate spontaneous precipitation.
It is important to note that the figurative point must not in any case exceed the equilibrium curve of the monohydrated form.
[[Ca.sup.2+]], the monohydrated equilibrium curve position was distant from calcite curve.