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an•hy•dride



Pronunciation: (an-hī'drīd, -drid), [key]
n. Chem.
1. a compound formed by removing water from a more complex compound: an oxide of a nonmetal (acid anhydride) or a metal (basic anhydride) that forms an acid or a base, respectively, when united with water.
2. a compound from which water has been abstracted.

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