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When a hydrate loses its water of hydration, it is said to...PLZ HELP IF U KNOW

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    A hydrate which has lost water is referred to as an anhydride, and it could loose more water but only upon super strong heat.

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    ok thank you

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    u should click ''best response'' ..;)

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    lol

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    :) whoo! thx:)

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    no thank you

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    yer welcome!!

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    :D

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