- a hydrate that contains three molecules of water, as potassium pyrophosphate, K4P2O7⋅3H2O.
Origin of trihydrate
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At temperatures above 0, barium acetate can form two stable hydrates, a trihydrate and a monohydrate.
The solubility of the trihydrate increases very rapidly with rise of temperature, and has been determined up to 26.1.
This is, therefore, the transition temperature for the trihydrate and monohydrate.
- chem a substance that contains three molecules of water