The compound obtained by removing the elements of water from a particular acid
An oxide which combines with water to form an acid.
= acetic anhydride.
= carbyl sulphate.
The anhydride, C4H2O3, of maleic acid, used in synthesis to form addition compounds with substances containing conjugated carbon–carbon double bonds.
= nitrogen trioxide.
The anhydride of acetic acid, a colourless pungent liquid used in making synthetic fibres
A crystalline compound made by oxidizing naphthalene, used as an intermediate in the manufacture of plastics, resins, and dyes
A liquid which is the cyclic anhydride of citraconic acid.
= phosphorus pentoxide.
= phosphorus trioxide.
The anhydride of roccellic acid, an oily liquid obtained by heating the acid.
In names of compounds related to suberic acid, as suberic aldehyde, suberic anhydride, etc. Occasionally also more widely: of or relating to cork.
Of or relating to phloroglucinol; phloroglucic anhydride = phloroglucide.