What is Calcium Carbonate?
Calcium carbonate with the chemical formula CaCO3 is a mineral compound, mainly white to cream in color, and is significantly dispersed in nature (about 4%).
This material has various minerals and calcite, travertine and marble are among the most famous of them.
Calcium carbonate is one of the most widely used materials in industry and both mineral and synthetic types are used.
The pure type of calcium carbonate can be produced by passing CO2 gas through a hydrated lime slurry, which is whiter, purer and more shiny than the mineral type.
Industrial chemicals are considered as one of the most important bases of industry in any country. According to ISNA, according to market chemistry, each chemical is the result of a combination of several chemical elements and the type of substance obtained varies according to the amount of elements consumed.
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