hydrated lime

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Synonyms for hydrated lime

a caustic substance produced by heating limestone

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The following potential barrier materials, each applied under the 4 moisture conditions, were used in bioassays: diatomaceous earth, hydrated lime, sulfur, amorphous fumed silica, and wood ash.
The mineral fillers used included Ca[(OH).sub.2] (the main component of hydrated lime), CaC[O.sub.3] (the main component of limestone), and Mg[(OH).sub.2], all of which were of analytical reagent grade and provided by Aladdin Chemical Co., Ltd.
As soon as you see the first flower buds emerging it is worth applying 2ozs of hydrated lime to two gallons of water in a watering can and applying this solution to 10ft of bean row.
Facilities are designed to store and feed hydrated lime and sodium bicarbonate.
* Much less product used -- approximately twice the neutralisation power, on a weight for weight basis, of caustic soda and hydrated lime. Where heavy metals are precipitated, the stoichiometric equivalence is surpassed due to a considerable surface adsorption effect.
Mercer Lime Co., with operations in Branchton, Pa., has a long history of producing high-quality hydrated lime to a variety of markets including chemical and industrial, water treatment and various environmental applications.
"Hydrated lime is used as part of the air pollution control process and is deemed as an irritant to eyes and skin.
Breen Energy Solutions, a Pennsylvania-based Limited Liability Corporation providing combustion and emissions control consulting services for the utility industry, has been chosen to test the effectiveness of injecting hydrated lime for the control and removal of SO3 in flue gas by a leading electrical generation company.
Armed with a vile recipe created at Cornell University's plantations division in Ithaca, New York, state landscapers slather roadside trees with a harmless but hideous coating aptly named the "Ugly Mix" (containing, among other things, hydrated lime and food coloring).
Those considered were ferric chloride, hydrated lime, sodium sulfide, and alum, as well as combinations of these.
announced approval for construction of a calcium hydroxide facility to manufacture the company's high reactivity hydrated Lime (HRHJ at its Verona, Ky., plant site.
Since plastic clay was present in most of the existing roadbeds, hydrated lime has proven to be the most effective additive to use.
The Air Shoot Gravity Conveyor safely moves dry, fluidizable materials, such as cement, fly ash, PVC Resin and hydrated lime. The materials move through the Air Shoot in a near horizontal plane with little change in elevation--ideal for spaces where minimal vertical height poses equipment and conveying obstacles.