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calcium oxide

n.
A white, caustic, lumpy powder, CaO, used as a refractory, as a flux, in glassmaking, in waste treatment, in insecticides, as an industrial alkali, and in manufacturing steel, paper, and building materials. Also called calx, lime3, quicklime.

calcium oxide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white crystalline base used in the production of calcium hydroxide and bleaching powder and in the manufacture of glass, paper, and steel. Formula: CaO. Also called: lime, quicklime, calx, burnt lime, calcined lime or fluxing lime
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Noun1.calcium oxide - a white crystalline oxide used in the production of calcium hydroxide
atomic number 20, Ca, calcium - a white metallic element that burns with a brilliant light; the fifth most abundant element in the earth's crust; an important component of most plants and animals
oxide - any compound of oxygen with another element or a radical
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The high temperature tetragonal form can be stabilized at room temperature by addition of various oxides, including yttria, ceria, calcia or magnesia [22-23].
(125) is also capable to produce ceria particles doped with zinc oxide or calcia, while the microwave-assisted synthesis can be used for a Ce[O.sub.2]-Si[O.sub.2] composite material.
The XRD patterns showed a pure crystalline calcia or burnt lime CaO (JCPDS card number: 004-0777) for calcination temperatures 700-1100[degrees]C.
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It has been shown that introduction of [B.sub.2][O.sub.3] to calcia stabilized zirconia (CSZ) and yttria stabilized zirconia with different amounts of boron oxide improve densification [17, 18].
In this study, test samples were prepared by using Nickel and Titanium with commercial purity according to general requirements of the standard F2063-00 [22] and molded by the melting process under vacuum condition in the vacuum induction melting (VIM) at 1400[degrees]C and in a Calcia (CaO) melting pot, and then they were subjected to cold rolling.
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Alcoa's alumina refining process also adds P as dihydrogen phosphate (Ca[([H.sub.2]P[O.sub.4]).sub.2] x [H.sub.2]O) to control calcia. This results in BRS deposited at Alcoa's RSAs containing up to 4mmol P/kg (Carter 2006).
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