What is a dehydrating agent?

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A dehydrating agent is a form of agent that is used to remove water from an organic compound. An example of a dehydrating agent is the concentrated sulphuric acid. If you heat ethanol in sulphuric acid, it gets dehydrated to form ethane.
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