surpass

(redirected from calcium carbonate)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Acronyms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to calcium carbonate: Calcium citrate
References in periodicals archive ?
The qualitative composition of a wastage according to production terms of the corresponding soda productions (Table 2) allows receiving a calcium carbonate deposit using the equations of reactions:
In this report, we present a case of Mirrizi syndrome (Limy bile) caused by pure calcium carbonate stones which is a rare presentation.
Calcium carbonate is customarily used for a variety of purposes within these industries.
Companies Mentioned in this Report: Imerys, Okutama Kogyo, Omya, Schaefer Kalk, Solvay, Ankerpoort, British Calcium Carbonates Federation, Cales de Llierca, Carmeuse, Dankalk, Excalibar Minerals, Great Lakes Calcium, Huber Engineered Materials, Lhoist, Maruo Calcium, Minerals Technologies, Mississippi Lime, Nordkalk, Shiraishi Kogyo Kaisha, Specialty Minerals
Looking at calcium carbonate concentration as a continuous variable, FLG carriers had an impressive 1% increase in the risk of eczema for each 1-mg/L rise in domestic water hardness, added Dr.
It's too early to know if taking calcium carbonate or eating calcium-rich foods can eliminate the cancer risk.
Kizad is proud to welcome UAE's biggest calcium carbonate manufacturer in our mixed-use cluster.
Omya is a leading global producer of industrial minerals, mainly fillers and pigments derived from calcium carbonate.
Magnesium carbonate tablets contained 71 nig of elemental magnesium and calcium carbonate tablets contained 168 mg of elemental calcium.
In contrast to the previously recommend grade, new Granic 762 uses a very low melt flow special copolymer HDPE base carrier resin with a calcium carbonate content of 80 percent, as Chris Green, Business Development Manager at Plastribution, explained: "The use of the previous linear low density polyethylene (LLDPE) based grades at higher addition rates was found to reduce modulus and tensile properties in some cases and to cause some issues in processing, particularly with very large blow mouldings.
This section therefore considered some basic chemistry of the most commonly occurring carbonate minerals found in the carbonate reservoir, however, the basic chemical compound present in virtually all the carbonate systems is the calcium carbonate (CaC[O.