Cry`o*hy"drate (kr?`?-h?"dr?t), n. [Gr. cold + E. hydrate.] Chem.

A substance, as salt, ammonium chloride, etc., which crystallizes with water of crystallization only at low temperatures, or below the freezing point of water.

F. Guthrie.

 

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