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Calcium Carbonate
   is also known as   
Chalk
Calcium Fluoride
   is also known as   
Fluorspar
Calcium Sulphate
   is also known as   
Gypsum
Calcium Oxide
   is also known as   
Lime
Calcium Hydroxide
   is also known as   
Lime, Slaked
Calcium Hydroxide Solution
   is also known as   
Limewater
Powdered Calcium Carbonate
   is also known as   
Paris White
Calcium Sulphate
   is also known as   
Plaster of Paris
Calcium Oxide
   is also known as   
Quicklime
Powdered Calcium Carbonate
   is also known as   
Whiting
Ca
   is the chemical symbol for   
Calcium
Calcium
   belongs to   
Alkali Earth Metal
The Calcium Kid (2004)
   starred   
Orlando Bloom, Omid Djalili and Michael Pena
Director: Alex De Rakoff. Also starred Rafe Spall, Michael Lerner and Ronni Ancona
Alex De Rakoff
   directed   
The Calcium Kid (2004)
E170
   is   
Calcium Carbonate
Food Colouring [160–199 other colours]
Calcium
   has the atomic number of   
20
Calcium Carbonate
   is   
A Chemical That Makes up 94% of the Egg Shell
Rickets
   can be caused by deficiency of   
Calcium
Rickets is a disorder primarily caused by lack of vitamin D, calcium, or phosphate, which leads to softening and weakening of the bones.
Osteoporosis
   can be caused by deficiency of   
Calcium
A disease of bone that leads to an increased risk of fracture. Lack of vitamins C, D & K are less common causes
Calcium Fluoride
   is also known as   
Fluorite
CaCO3
   is   
Calcium Carbonate
Aka: Limestone; calcite; aragonite; chalk and marble. A common substance found in rock in all parts of the world, and is the main component of shells of marine organisms, snails, pearls, and eggshells. Calcium carbonate is the active ingredient in agricultural lime, and is usually the principal cause of hard water. It is commonly used medicinally as a calcium supplement or as an antacid
CaSO4
   is   
Calcium Sulphate
It is used as a desiccant. It is also used as a coagulant in products like tofu. The hemihydrate (CaSO4.~0.5H2O) is better known as plaster of Paris, while the dihydrate (CaSO4.2H2O) occurs naturally as gypsum.
CaO
   is   
Calcium Oxide
Aka: Lime
E213
   is   
Calcium Benzoate
Preservative
E226
   is   
Calcium Sulphite
Preservative
E227
   is   
Calcium Hydrogen Sulphite
Preservative
E282
   is   
Calcium Propionate
Preservative
E302
   is   
Calcium Ascorbate
Antioxidants
E404
   is   
Calcium Alginate
E470a
   is   
Sodium, Potassium and Calcium Salts of Fatty Acids
E482
   is   
Calcium Stearoyl-2-lactylate
E170
   is   
Calcium Carbonates
E263
   is   
Calcium Acetate
E327
   is   
Calcium Lactate
E333
   is   
Calcium Citrates
E341
   is   
Calcium Phosphates
E352
   is   
Calcium Malates
E354
   is   
Calcium Tartrate
E385
   is   
Calcium Disodium Ethylene Diamine Tetra-acetate; Calcium Disodium EDTA
E509
   is   
Calcium Chloride
E516
   is   
Calcium Sulphate
E526
   is   
Calcium Hydroxide
E538
   is   
Calcium Ferrocyanide
E552
   is   
Calcium Silicate
E556
   is   
Aluminium Calcium Silicate
E578
   is   
Calcium Gluconate
E623
   is   
Calcium Diglutamate
E629
   is   
Calcium Guanylate
E633
   is   
Calcium Inosinate
E634
   is   
Calcium 5'-ribonucleotides






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