Hydration

The addition of water.

hydration

The addition of water to a substance

hydration

1. a chemical reaction in which molecular water is added to the molecule of another compound without breaking it down. 2. reaction of powdered cement with water. The cement gradually sets to a solid as hydration continues.

hydration

Combination with water.
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hydration

The addition of water into a minerals' chemical structure.
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hydration

(from the article `acid–base reaction`) ...and chromic salts all give aqueous solutions that are acidic. This behaviour also can be interpreted in terms of proton-transfer reactions if it ... The group IIa ions are readily hydrated, with the strength of bonding to the water molecules increasing with decreasing ionic radius. Althoug...
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hydration

(hi-dra´shәn) the absorption of or combination with water.
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hydration

[n] - the process of combining with water
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Hydration

• (n.) The act of becoming, or state of being, a hydrate.
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Hydration

Hy·dra'tion noun (Chemistry) The act of becoming, or state of being, a hydrate. Water of hydration (Chemistry) , water chemically combined with some substance to form a hydrate; -- distinguished from water of crystallization .
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Hydration

A chemical reaction, usually in weathering, which adds water or OH to a mineral structure.
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hydration

A chemical reaction, usually in weathering, which adds water or hydroxyl groups (OH) to a mineral structure.
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Hydration

A form of chemical weathering that involves the rigid attachment of H+ and OH- ions to the atoms and molecules of a mineral.
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Hydration

A measure of the water content of the body tissues.
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Hydration

A special case of solvation, where water is the solvent.
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hydration

Addition of water or of the elements of water (i.e. H and OH) to a molecular entity. For example, hydration of ethene: CH2=CH2 + H2O CH3CH2OH The term is also used in a more restricted sense for the process: A (gas) A (aqueous solution) cf. the use of the term in inorganic/physical chemistry to...
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Hydration

Combination with water.
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Hydration

Formation of a compound by the union of water with some other substance. In concrete it is the chemical reaction between water and the cement.  A concrete slab needs to completely hydrate prior to the application of paints, coatings, and flooring materials.
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Hydration

Having solvent molecules of water surrounding and becoming attached to ions or molecules of the solute.
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hydration

hidratación
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hydration

hydration 1. The act of combining or causing to combine with water. 2. The condition of being combined with water.
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Hydration

In chemistry, hydration is the combination of water and another substance to produce a single product. It is the opposite of dehydration. See also: Water.
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Hydration

In chemistry, hydration is the combination of water and another substance to produce a single product. It is the opposite of dehydration.
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Hydration

Reaction of a substance with water.
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Hydration

Reaction of a substance with water.
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