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Difference between Hydrate and Anhydrate?

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Hydrate refers to something that contains water. Anhydrate refers to something that does not contain water. The difference between the two is that they are the opposite. One has water and the other does not. People need to have water in them in order to survive. It is said that a person can live without food, but can not live without water. Human and animal bodies contain organs that need to be hydrated in order for them to function properly.
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