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any compound that contains water of crystallization

supply water or liquid to in order to maintain a healthy balance

become hydrated and combine with water

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These include hydroxyapatite (HA) and calcium orthophosphate dihydrate.
48) Quercetin dihydrate and reduced glutathione both enhance reduction of dehydroascorbic acid (oxidized ascorbate) back to fully reduced ascorbate.
The main cementing substance of the studied samples is calcium sulfate dihydrate (d = 7.
Acronyms used in Study 1 and Study 2 Calcium phosphate cement CPC Granulation tissue GT Dicalcium phosphate anhydrous DCPA Hydroxyapatite HA Dicalcium phosphate dihydrate DCPD Infiltrated cell IC Fluorapatite FA Implanted material IM Fibrous connective tissue FCT Tetracalcium phosphate TTCP Giant cell GC Undecalcified material UM
4), containing 25 mM L-(+)-tartaric acid, 75 mM sodium tartrate dihydrate and 10 mM 1-octanesulfonic acid sodium salt, and HPLC grade methanol (2:1), and the flow rate was maintained at 1.
Valu-Fil resin filler for use with unsaturated polyester spray-up applications is a high-purity, soft-white dihydrate form of calcium sulfate designed for low-cost fire retardancy and smoke suppression in filled, room-temperature, cure resin systems.
Then, the hydrogenation of isomaltulose leads to the production of the stereoisomer, disaccharide alcohol 1-O-[ALPHA]-D-glucopyranosyl-D-mannitol dihydrate (1,1-GPM dihydrate), and 6-O-[alpha]- D-glucopyranosyl-D-sorbitol (1,6-GPS) in an approximate equimolecular mixture.
The crystal structure of sodium 3-nitrophenolate dihydrate had already been solved by Krygowski et al (4).
Biomimetic hydroxyapatite (HAP) that resemble human bone in composition and structure was synthesised using calcium nitrate dihydrate and diammonium hydrogenphosphate dissolved in synthetic body fluid (SBF).
In fact, preliminary data indicated that no residual acid was present in dicalcium phosphate dihydrate nano particles prepared by this process.
Such substances include calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD), which causes pseudogout, hemoglobin breakdown product, cholesterol, hydroxyapatite, and pieces of broken glass from the cover slip.
The basic chemicals used are potassium iodate, arsenic trioxide, ammonium persulfate, ammonium cerium(IV) sulfate dihydrate, sodium chloride, ferroine, and sulfuric acid.
Calcium pyrophosphate dihydrate (CPPD) crystals show the diagnostic positive birefringence (Figure 2, D and H) observed in this lesion.
Zinc acetate dihydrate and antimony oxide used as catalysts and trimethyl phosphate used as a heat stabilizer were reagent grades from Aldrich Chemical Co.