calcium hydroxide

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Synonyms for calcium hydroxide

a caustic substance produced by heating limestone

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The antibacterial effect of camphorated paramonochlorophenol, camphorated phenol and calcium hydroxide in the treatment of infected root canals.
The study sample deviation of the mixture containing calcium hydroxide, to study the apparent density and voids was less than 0.
loam remains unbound calcium hydroxide (endo-effect at 520[degrees]C), which can be explained by insufficient to interact with it the clay fraction, as lime-sand mixture of clay and lime interacts mainly with clay minerals [17,18].
Harutyunyan, VS, Abovyan, ES, Monteiro, PJM, Mkrlchyan, VP, Balyan, MK, Aivazyan, AP, 4iX-ray Diffraction Investigation of Microstructure of Calcium Hydroxide Crystallites in the Interfacial Transition Zone of Concrete.
No studies were located that examined the effect of calcium hydroxide on the fracture toughness of dentin.
This calcium carbonate lowers significantly concrete permeability and it is at the same time far less soluble than the original calcium hydroxide.
The well-known mechanism involves the formation of calcium sulphate by interaction with calcium hydroxide solution in concrete pores, followed by reaction with [C.
District 1 officials said the opened and unopened bottles of hydrochloric acid, ethyl alcohol and calcium hydroxide included in unused seventh-grade science kits were thrown out by someone in the nearby Sciences Resource Laboratory.
Seventeen people had to go to Warrington Hospital yesterday to be treated after coming into contact with calcium hydroxide - or hydrated lime - at Keppel Seghers on Percival Lane.
Caliwel's calcium hydroxide based technology is proven safe to humans and animals and is environment friendly.
The CS admixture can thus provide rapid early-strength development and binding of the calcium hydroxide so that it does not participate in alkali silica reaction.
In addition to alum, the research team tested mixtures of sodium aluminate, calcium oxide (quicklime), calcium hydroxide (slaked lime), calcitic and dolomitic limestone, gypsum, ferrous and ferric chloride, and ferrous and ferric sulfate.
Examples of bases are ammonium hydroxide (NH4OH), calcium hydroxide (Ca(OH)2), and potassium hydroxide (KOH).
According to JR West, neutralization through alkaline loss due to a chemical reaction between calcium hydroxide in the concrete and carbon dioxide in the air is the main cause of the deterioration.
The calcium hydroxide does not serve as a binder and weakens the entire system.