hemihydrate

noun
hemi·hy·drate | \ˌhe-mi-ˈhī-ˌdrāt \

Definition of hemihydrate 

: a hydrate (such as plaster of paris) containing half a mole of water to one mole of the compound forming the hydrate

Other Words from hemihydrate

hemihydrated \ˌhe-mi-ˈhī-ˌdrā-təd \ adjective

First Known Use of hemihydrate

circa 1901, in the meaning defined above

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