- a hydrate that contains ten molecules of water, as washing soda, Na2CO3⋅10H2O.
Origin of decahydrate
Examples from the Web for decahydrate
Historical Examples of decahydrate
Two of these solutions, however, would be metastable and supersaturated with respect to the decahydrate.
This temperature, therefore, is the transition temperature for decahydrate and anhydrous salt.
Sodium sulphate, therefore, forms only one stable hydrate, the decahydrate.
With regard to sodium sulphate heptahydrate the same considerations will hold as in the case of the decahydrate.