SIR MAY I KNOW THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN ANHYDROUS CALCIUM CHLORIDE AND CALCIUM CHLORIDE? AND I WANT TO KNOW THE MEANING OF THE WORD ANHYDROUS?
Asked by Sai Seravan Bodipudi | 11th Jun, 2015, 07:59: PM
Anhydrous calcium chloride(CaCl2) contains no water molecules.
Anhydrous compounds are crystalline compounds containing no water molecules.
Calcium chloride in the hydrated form contains water molecules(CaCl2 H2O , CaCl2 2H2O)
Answered by Vaibhav Chavan | 12th Jun, 2015, 10:43: AM
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