Calcium-hydrate



slaked lime.
a soft, white, crystalline, very slightly water-soluble powder, Ca(OH) 2 , obtained by the action of water on lime: used chiefly in mortars, plasters, and cements.
noun
a white crystalline slightly soluble alkali with many uses, esp in cement, water softening, and the neutralization of acid soils. Formula: Ca(OH)2 Also called lime, slaked lime, hydrated lime, calcium hydrate, caustic lime, lime hydrate
noun
another name for calcium hydroxide, esp when made by adding water to calcium oxide

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  • Calcium-hydroxide

    slaked lime. noun a white crystalline slightly soluble alkali with many uses, esp in cement, water softening, and the neutralization of acid soils. Formula: Ca(OH)2 Also called lime, slaked lime, hydrated lime, calcium hydrate, caustic lime, lime hydrate

  • Calcium-hypochlorite

    a white, crystalline compound, Ca(OCl) 2 , used as a disinfectant and bleaching agent.



  • Calcium-light

    a brilliant white light produced by heating lime to incandescence in an oxyhydrogen or other hot flame; limelight. noun another name for limelight

  • Calcium-metasilicate

    a white powder, CaSiO 3 , insoluble in water, used as an antacid and as a filler for paper.



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