calcium oxide


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Synonyms for calcium oxide

a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide

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The kinetic models may provide useful information for understanding and predicting the responses of the bacterial cells to the calcium oxide treatments.
The only condition at which the leaching of trifloxysulfuron-sodium was found was at 25 cm when the soil was limed with calcium oxide and rainfall depths from 15 to 45 mm were simulated.
They were fed diets containing 70% sugar cane variety of RB72454 a third cut, treated with calcium oxide (CaO) doses of 0, 0.
Acceleration of catalytic activity of calcium oxide for biodiesel production.
Calcium aluminate of this structure is fairly rich in calcium oxide and has a comparatively low melting point (~1455[degrees]C); this is likely to account for its fragmentation into strings during cooling after an extensive elongation during hot rolling.
In fluidised-bed boilers sulfur dioxide reacts with calcium oxide forming at dissociation of carbonates present in the mineral part and giving sulfates which in the ash residue represent no danger to the environment.
By this method, silicon oxide, silicon oxynitride, magnesium oxide, aluminum oxide, titanium oxide, titanium nitride, zinc oxide, zirconium oxide, boron oxide, cerium oxide, calcium oxide, or tin oxide barriers can be formed.
These stains also require a base glaze high in calcium oxide to produce their brightest colours, which makes them too refractory for use in china paints.
So, for binding of silica, which is originally present in the NTMK slag and forms in the reduction reaction, significant additives of calcium oxide are necessary.
All catalysts showed a promoting effect to some extent, the best result was achieved on using zinc oxide at a concentration of 2% (based on dry Cotton stalls) followed by calcium oxide and titanium oxide at a concentration of I%.
Many reports have been focused on the sol gel derived hydroxyapatite and that showed the presence of secondary phase like calcium oxide and pyrophosphate.
The contents are heated (heat is produced by a natural reaction from mineral, calcium oxide and water) to 145 degrees F in six to eight minutes - a hot spot will turn from pink to white on the thermal ink label.
THE WATER REACTS WITH THE CALCIUM OXIDE IN THE INNER CONE, HEATING THE PRODUCT.
The sand cores were made predominately out of silica sand, which contained a significant amount of aluminum oxide as well as ferric oxide and calcium oxide.
According to Nikkei, the new process involves the introduction of calcium oxide into a reaction chamber that is designed to decompose organic wastes into hydrogen and CO2.