What is a hydrated ion?

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A hydrated ion refers to a type of an ion that is surrounded by water molecules which are attracted to the opposite pole of the ion. The water may be driven off by heating the hydrated compound because it is not chemically bounded to the crystal.
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Definition A hydrate is a molecule that contains some type of water. Often, a base molecule is taken and a water molecule is added to it, in order to create another molecule with
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Hydro = water Hydration is about the water levels in someone/something. Dehydrated = not enough water Rehydrate = to take in more water to compensate for water loss So in essance,
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Unfortunately, you're just going to have to experiment. Everybody's body handles it differently, and different runners need different strategies. That's what long training runs are
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A VERY timely question. The formation of gas hydrates is quite complex. Fortunately, there is a Wikipedia link, with (as usual) excellent information. Formation of these crystals
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