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CALCIUM OXIDE<br />
Quicklime<br />
CaO(s) MW 56.08<br />
 Formed by the burning of calcium metal & manufactured by heating limestone, coral, sea shells, or chalk, which are mainly CaCO3, to drive off carbon dioxide. Its modern use is based on its ability to form solutions with silicates.

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CALCIUM OXIDE
Quicklime
CaO(s) MW 56.08
Formed by the burning of calcium metal & manufactured by heating limestone, coral, sea shells, or chalk, which are mainly CaCO3, to drive off carbon dioxide. Its modern use is based on its ability to form solutions with silicates.

Copyright:© 1994 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs

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