calcium lactate

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Noun1.calcium lactate - a white crystalline salt made by the action of lactic acid on calcium carbonate; used in foods (as a baking powder) and given medically as a source of calcium
salt - a compound formed by replacing hydrogen in an acid by a metal (or a radical that acts like a metal)
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Each of the pregnant women gets 30 iron tablets, 30 vitamin B-complex tablets and 30 pieces of calcium lactate tablets for one month from the community clinic soon after confirmation of her pregnancy.
Concrete is mixed with bacillus bacteria, and when exposed to water, the bacteria germinate, multiply and feed on the calcium lactate in the concrete to form limestone, which closes up cracks and leaves the concrete stronger than before.
alkalinitriHcus and calcium lactate into porous expanded clay (EC) particles for formulating healable cementitious mortar.
Different calcium salts, such as calcium lactate, calcium chloride, calcium phosphate, calcium propionate, and calcium gluconate, have been used in food industry for preserving and/or enhancing of the product firmness [18-20].
Impregnating the blueberries with a 4% and 6% calcium lactate solution for 15 minutes under vacuum conditions and for 15 minutes under atmospheric conditions produced the best results in terms of textural quality.
Presence of calcium lactate also causes a protector effect on the texture, since these ions act on vegetal tissue in which they could form complexes with caboxyl groups of pectin and, thus, produce an increase in the firmness.
While the concrete is being mixed, specially selected types of bacteria along with nitrogen, phosphorus and calcium lactate are added as ingredients.
In response to this growth, DPL-US's highly soluble, neutral tasting Calcium Lactate Plus and its highly absorbable Magnesium Aspartate Plus and Magnesium Bisglycinate have been formulated for use in liquid supplements and beverages.
In case of calcium lactate the reaction is as given in Equation 2, where bacteria only act as a catalyst.
Several commercial calcium salts have been used for calcium enrichment of milk/beverages, e.g., calcium carbonate, calcium chloride, calcium phosphate, tribasic calcium phosphate, calcium citrate malate, calcium lactate, calcium gluconate, calcium lactate gluconate, and natural milk calcium (GOLDSCHER; EDELSTEIN, 1996; TATEO et al., 1997).