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Definition of anhydrous

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Definition as written by paulgrow:

Free from water and especially water of crystallization
(Etymology: Greek anydros, from a- + hyd Or water -- more at WATER)

Definition as written by Terry:

Anhydrous ammonia is a highly concentrated fertilizer in gas form used mainly by farmers. It is a dangerous substance and should be handled carefully as death can result from its misuse.

Definition as written by Magpye:

Dry; free from moisture or water in any form.

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