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Thickening of suspension formed by adding calcium oxide in calcium nitrate solution of variable concentration is happening with different amounts of calcium oxide in solution.
Bromatologic and microbiologic characteristics of sugarcane silages treated with calcium oxide.
In sol-gel technique, formation of CSH gel takes place by using stoichiometric ratios of amorphous silica and calcium oxide in the presence of large quantities of water [16, 17].
When applying Deostab, the compression set of continuously vulcanized EPDM profiles containing calcium oxide can be significantly improved without negatively influencing other properties.
The present study was conducted to evaluate the intake, the apparent nutrient digestibility and the effect of the number of days of total collection on the apparent digestibility estimates for lambs fed diets containing sugar cane treated with calcium oxide.
Large quantities of CO2 are produced by lime kilns, which burn limestone (primarily calcium carbonate) to produce calcium oxide (lime, used to make cement); and in the production of magnesium from dolomite (calcium magnesium carbonate).
The starting point for the Calmex 40 product is calcium carbonate which, after conversion to calcium oxide, is hydrated and then made into a suspension of 40% solids.
Under the current law, the sale of cigarettes and naswar (a type of dipping tobacco, made from fresh tobacco leaves, calcium oxide and wood ash) products to minors under the age of 21 is banned.
The tanker fire blaze is believed to have involved calcium oxide, also known as quicklime.
The water contains carbonate of calcium, calcium oxide minerals, silicone acid, hydrochloric acid and sulfuric acid.