“Antichlors” are used as aqueous solutions and the dosage controlled in the same manner as for bleach solutions.
The aqueous solution so obtained is then fermented to alcohol.
These conditions are very different from those of the present-day chemistry, which is the chemistry of aqueous solutions.
An aqueous extract of the mass may be used for a similar purpose.
The wearing away of rocks by wind and water has furnished the materials out of which the aqueous rocks have been made.
This aqueous vapor is invisible when perfectly in union with the air.
Of aqueous solutions he tried 150 and more, and found the power in all of them.
But both are called "aqueous rocks," because they are formed under water.
A disease consisting in a sense of heat in the epigastrium, with copious eructations of aqueous humour, S.
There are also minute quantities of carbon dioxide, aqueous vapour, and ammonia.
1640s, from Latin aqua "water" (see aqua-) on analogy of French aqueux "watery" (16c., which, however, is from Late Latin aquosus "abounding in water"). Or by analogy of Latin terreus "earthy," from terra "earth." Aqueous humor is the original use in English.
aqueous a·que·ous (ā'kwē-əs, āk'wē-)
Relating to, similar to, containing, or dissolved in water; watery.