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*  List of inorganic compounds
2 Calcium oxalate - Ca(C2O4) Calcium oxychloride - CaOCl2 Calcium perchlorate - Ca(ClO4)2 Calcium sulfate (gypsum) - CaSO4 ... CsH Calcium carbide - CaC2 Calcium carbonate - CaCO3 Calcium chlorate - Ca(ClO3)2 Calcium chloride - CaCl2 Calcium chromate - ... CaCrO4 Calcium cyanamide - CaCN2 Calcium fluoride - CaF2 Calcium hydride - CaH2 Calcium hydroxide - Ca(OH) ... sulfate - FeSO4 Iron(III) sulfate - Fe2(SO4)3 Iron(III) thiocyanate - Fe(SCN)3 Iron(III) fluoride - FeF3 Krypton difluoride - ...
*  Calcium sulfite
The mixed sulfite-sulfate represents an intermediate in the oxidation of the sulfite to the sulfate, as is practiced in the ... Calcium sulfite, or calcium sulphite, is a chemical compound, the calcium salt of sulfite with the formula CaSO3.x(H2O). Two ... H2O In the laboratory calcium sulfite can be produced by reaction of aqueous solutions of calcium chloride and sodium sulfite. ... Calcium sulfite can be used in the production of wood pulp through the sulfite process, as an alternative to the Kraft process ...
*  Calcium aluminate cements
The initial development was as a result of the search for a cement offering sulfate resistance. The cement was called in the ... Calcium aluminate cements are cements consisting predominantly of hydraulic calcium aluminates. Alternative names are " ... The strength-developing phases are monocalcium aluminate, dodeca-calcium hepta-aluminate and belite. Calcium aluminoferrite, ... The main active constituent of calcium aluminate cements is monocalcium aluminate (CaAl2O4, CaO · Al2O3, or CA in the cement ...
*  Silicate
... observed amongst other calcium silicate hydrate artificially formed in cement and concrete submitted to a severe sulfate attack ... Portland cement is produced by hydration of clinker, which consists of various calcium silicates, including tricalcium silicate ...
*  Bone grafting
Bioglass and calcium sulfate; all of which are biologically active to different degrees depending on solubility in the ... Coral based xenografts are mainly calcium carbonate (and an important proportion of fluorides, useful in the context of ... Artificial bone can be created from ceramics such as calcium phosphates (e.g. hydroxyapatite and tricalcium phosphate), ... coated with calcium hydroxide for adhesion, are also used as alloplastic grafts for their inhibition of infection and their ...
*  Calcium sulfate
... (or calcium sulphate) is the inorganic compound with the formula CaSO4 and related hydrates. In the form of γ- ... The main use of calcium sulfate is to produce plaster of Paris and stucco. These applications exploit the fact that calcium ... So, to dissolve higher amounts of calcium sulfate or calcium hydroxide in water, it is necessary to cool down the solution ... This produces an impure calcium sulfite, which oxidizes on storage to calcium sulfate. In the production of phosphoric acid ...
*  Calcium sulfate (data page)
Calcium Sulfate Dihydrate: Excaliber Minerals LLC Calcium Sulfate Anhydrous: ScienceLab.com, Inc. CaSO4 · 2 H2O (gypsum) Ksp ... This page provides supplementary chemical data on calcium sulfate. The handling of this chemical may incur notable safety ...
*  List of alchemical substances
Gypsum - a mineral; calcium sulfate. CaSO4 Horn Silver/Argentum Cornu - a weathered form of chlorargyrite, an ore of silver ... SbO4 Glauber's Salt - sodium sulfate. Na2SO4 Green Vitriol - a mineral; iron(II) sulfate heptahydrate. (or ferrous sulfate) ... Lime/Quicklime (Burnt Lime)/Calx Viva/Unslaked Lime - calcium oxide, formed by calcining limestone. Slaked Lime - calcium ... Dutch White - a pigment, formed from one part of white lead to three of barium sulfate. BaSO4 Flowers of antimony - antimony ...
*  Fouling
Calcium sulfate (anhydrite, hemihydrate, gypsum); Calcium oxalate (e.g., beerstone); Barium sulfate (barite); Magnesium ... calcium carbonate or calcium sulfate; Particulate fouling, i.e., accumulation of particles, typically colloidal particles, on a ... Calcium sulfate is a common precipitation foulant of heating surfaces due to its retrograde solubility. Precipitation fouling ... For example, calcium sulfate decreases it solubility with decreasing pressure. This can lead to precipitation fouling of ...
*  Alkali soil
Alternatively, gypsum (calcium sulfate, CaSO4. 2H2O) can also be applied as a source of Ca++ ions to replace the sodium at the ... Hence, the calcium ions Ca++ are immobilized. The presence of abundant Na+ ions in the soil solution and the precipitation of ... Calcium Chloride is also used to reclaim alkali soils. CaCl2 converts Na2CO3 into NaCl precipitating CaCO3. NaCl is drained off ... The partial pressure of dissolved CO2 at the plants root zone also decides the Calcium present in dissolved form in the field ...
*  Anhydrite
From an aqueous solution calcium sulfate is deposited as crystals of gypsum, but when the solution contains an excess of sodium ... Anhydrite is a mineral-anhydrous calcium sulfate, CaSO4. It is in the orthorhombic crystal system, with three directions of ... This transformation is reversible, with gypsum or calcium sulfate hemihydrate forming anhydrite by heating to around 200 °C ( ... It is not isomorphous with the orthorhombic barium (baryte) and strontium (celestine) sulfates, as might be expected from the ...
*  Present day Mars habitability analogue environments on Earth
The orbital observations are consistent with iron sulfate or a mixture of calcium and magnesium sulfate. So magnesium sulfate ... Sulfates (for instance of sodium, magnesium and calcium) are also common in other continental evaporates (such as the salars of ... Curiosity has detected calcium sulfates on Mars. (Curiosity is currently exploring ancient deposits at the base of Mount Sharp ... "Calcium sulfate veins characterized by ChemCam/Curiosity at Gale crater, Mars" (PDF). Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets ...
*  Gypsum
... is a soft sulfate mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate, with the chemical formula CaSO4·2H2O. It is widely ... "Calcium sulphate for the baking industry" (pdf). United States Gypsum Company. Retrieved 1 March 2013. "Tech sheet for yeast ... When gypsum is heated in air it loses water and converts first to calcium sulfate hemihydrate, (bassanite, often simply called ... ISBN 0-8130-2986-4. Bock, E. (1961). "On the solubility of anhydrous calcium sulphate and of gypsum in concentrated solutions ...
*  Gypsum recycling
Gypsum materials consist of calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4·2H2O). Sulfate-reducing bacteria convert sulfates to toxic ...
*  Boron on Mars
The team found evidence of boron in a total of 43 calcium sulfate veins in Gale Crater. The veins were found in Yellowknife Bay ... 4) The groundwater deposited the salts with the calcium sulfate that makes up the bulk of these veins. A paper described the ... 4) Then, the boron and calcium sulfate was deposited. In hypothesis B: (1) Boron stayed in solution. (2) But when the lake ... This mineral-rich solution moved through the fractures, and produced veins made up of borates and sulfates as veins. ...
*  Gypsum (disambiguation)
Gypsum is a soft mineral composed of calcium sulfate dihydrate. Gypsum may also refer to: Gypsum, Bhutan Gypsum, Colorado, U.S ...
*  Thermoluminescent dosimeter
... calcium sulfate, lithium borate, calcium borate, potassium bromide and feldspar. It was invented in 1954 by Professor ... "Calcium sulfate activated by thulium or dysprosium for thermoluminescence dosimetry." Health physics 21.2 (1971): 295-300. Faiz ... calcium sulfate doped with Tm. As the radiation interacts with the crystal it causes electrons in the crystal's atoms to jump ... The two most common types of TLDs are calcium fluoride and lithium fluoride, with one or more impurities to produce trap states ...
*  Reinforced concrete
These salts include sodium chloride, magnesium sulfate, calcium sulfate, and bicarbonates. In water these salts dissociate in ... is a chemical reaction between carbon dioxide in the air and calcium hydroxide and hydrated calcium silicate in the concrete. ... The sulfate ion concentration increases much slower in the soil mass and is especially dependent upon the initial amount of ... It was once common for calcium chloride to be used as an admixture to promote rapid set-up of the concrete. It was also ...
*  Calcium
All four dihalides of calcium are known. Calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and calcium sulfate (CaSO4) are particularly abundant ... For example, calcium and phosphorus are supplemented in foods through the addition of calcium lactate, calcium diphosphate, and ... Calcium is the fifth most abundant element in the human body and the most abundant metal. Calcium ions play a vital role in the ... Calcium can be cut with a knife with effort, although it is still harder than lead. While calcium is a poorer conductor of ...
*  Dysprosium
Crystals of calcium sulfate or calcium fluoride are doped with dysprosium. When these crystals are exposed to radiation, the ... These compounds can be reduced using either calcium or lithium metals in the following reactions: 3 Ca + 2 DyF3 → 2 Dy + 3 CaF2 ... Dysprosium carbonate, Dy2(CO3)3, and dysprosium sulfate, Dy2(SO4)3, result from similar reactions. Most dysprosium compounds ... sulfate, is noticeably paramagnetic. Dysprosium halides, such as DyF3 and DyBr3, tend to take on a yellow color. Dysprosium ...
*  AFm phase
They form inter alia when tricalcium aluminate reacts with dissolved calcium sulfate.. ...
*  Mineral redox buffer
The calcium sulfate, anhydrite, was present as phenocrysts in the erupted tephra. In contrast, sulfides contain most of the ... Sulfur oxidation to sulfate or sulfur dioxide also is important in generating sulfur-rich volcanic eruptions, like those of ... When in contact with oxidizing surface waters, sulfides react: sulfate (SO42−) forms, and the water becomes acidic and charged ...
*  Calcium carbonate
... hydrated calcium sulfate CaSO4·2H2O. Calcium carbonate is a main source for growing Seacrete, or Biorock. Precipitated calcium ... calcium carbonate is prepared from calcium oxide. Water is added to give calcium hydroxide then carbon dioxide is passed ... The British Calcium Carbonate Association - What is calcium carbonate CDC - NIOSH Pocket Guide to Chemical Hazards - Calcium ... one study suggests that calcium carbonate might be as bioavailable as the calcium in cow's milk. Calcium carbonate is also used ...
*  Inorganic chemistry
Soil may contain iron sulfide as pyrite or calcium sulfate as gypsum. Inorganic compounds are also found multitasking as ... The top 20 inorganic chemicals manufactured in Canada, China, Europe, India, Japan, and the US (2005 data): Aluminium sulfate, ... Important classes of inorganic compounds are the oxides, the carbonates, the sulfates, and the halides. Many inorganic ... sodium sulfate, sulfuric acid, and titanium dioxide. The manufacturing of fertilizers is another practical application of ...
*  Solubility equilibrium
Thus, for calcium sulfate, Ksp = 6995493000000000000♠4.93×10−5, log Ksp = −4.32. The smaller the value, or the more negative ... For example, precipitation fouling of oil fields and wells by calcium sulfate (which decreases its solubility with decreasing ... Sodium sulfate shows increasing solubility with temperature below about 32.4 °C, but a decreasing solubility at higher ... calcium carbonate). Under any given conditions one phase will be thermodynamically more stable than the other; therefore, this ...
*  List of food additives
... anti-caking agent Calcium sorbate - preservative Calcium stearoyl lactylate - emulsifier Calcium sulfate - flour treatment ... food acid Calcium oxide - mineral salt Calcium pantothenate (Vitamin B5) Calcium peroxide - Calcium phosphates - mineral salt, ... anti-caking agent Calcium formate - preservative Calcium fumarate - food acid Calcium gluconate - acidity regulator Calcium ... calcium aluminium silicate) - anti-caking agent Calcium ascorbate (Vitamin C) Calcium benzoate - preservative Calcium bisulfite ...
*  Evaporator (marine)
A greater problem for scaling is the deposition of calcium sulphate. The saturation point for this compound decreases with ...