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Which of the following is not a common hydrate a epsom salt b borax c sugar d alum i belive the answer is sugar

Mindee Nelson

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Roger Moore on March 9, 2019

A hydrate is, by definition, is a compound in which a water molecule is bound to another substance. Epsom salts, borax, and alum are all examples of carbohydrates, as it does not include the consumption of water in its composition. However, sugar " - the term we use for the sucrose, the table sugar common - its chemical formula is C12H22O11, and, as such, does not contain water in a molecular way, as would a liquid.

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