calcium hydroxide


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calcium hydroxide

n.
A soft white alkaline powder, Ca(OH)2, used in making mortar, cements, calcium salts, paints, hard rubber products, and petrochemicals. Also called slaked lime.
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calcium hydroxide

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white crystalline slightly soluble alkali with many uses, esp in cement, water softening, and the neutralization of acid soils. Formula: Ca(OH)2. Also called: lime, slaked lime, hydrated lime, calcium hydrate, caustic lime or lime hydrate
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cal′cium hydrox′ide


n.
a white powder, Ca(OH)2, used in mortar, plaster, and cement.
[1885–90]
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Noun1.calcium hydroxide - a caustic substance produced by heating limestonecalcium hydroxide - a caustic substance produced by heating limestone
hydrated oxide, hydroxide - a compound of an oxide with water
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It shares both its indications and mode of action with calcium hydroxide, but does not have its drawbacks.
The procedures were repeated for natrium carbonate with molarity of 2M and 3M as well as natrium caseinate, calcium hydroxide and kieselguhr.
MTA is more effective and better than calcium hydroxide materials, as it has an enhanced interaction with dental pulp tissue [24] with limited pulp tissue necrosis (less caustic effect) shortly after its application and less pulp inflammation [25].
The Amount of Calcium Hydroxide (CH) during the Hydration Process.
Calcium hydroxide reduces the risk of plastic deformations, thus improving the aggregate/bitumen adhesion resistance due to the water effect.
Once this is taken out, the calcium hydroxide reacts with the water in the smart layer to generate enough heat to cook the egg inside.
50% calcium hydroxide and 0.4% sodium hypochlorite may be effective as detoxifying chemicals for aflatoxin B1 as 80% and 82.98% reduction of aflatoxin B1 was noted, respectively.
The walls of the resulting tubular structures are gradient materials involving calcium hydroxide. FT-IR and SEM-EDS data are presented.
They fortified it with protein-based additives and neutralized the permeate to pH 6.9 [+ or -] 0.1 by adding calcium oxide, calcium hydroxide and magnesium hydroxide.
An increased incidence of fracture has been reported in teeth where root canals were treated with calcium hydroxide. Edge chipping is one test used to measure the resistance of brittle materials to fracture.