CALCIUM CARBONATE

CAS #: 471-34-1
SKU: 471-34-1

Calcium carbonate appears as white, odorless powder or colorless crystals. Practically insoluble in water. Occurs extensive in rocks world-wide. Ground calcium carbonate (CAS: 1317-65-3) results directly from the mining of limestone. The extraction process keeps the carbonate very close to its original state of purity and delivers a finely ground product either in dry or slurry form. Precipitated calcium carbonate (CAS: 471-34-1) is produced industrially by the decomposition of limestone to calcium oxide followed by subsequent recarbonization or as a by-product of the Solvay process (which is used to make sodium carbonate). Precipitated calcium carbonate is purer than ground calcium carbonate and has different (and tailorable) handling properties.

Additional Information

Additional information

CAS No

471-34-1

Formula

CaCO3

Synonyms

CALCIUM CARBONATE Carbonic acid calcium salt (1:1) Calcium carbonate (1:1)

Chemical Options

Item No.11634
Molecular Weight275.72 (131.60)
Particle Size-325 mesh
Item No.11688
Molecular Weight445.03 (354.95)
Particle Size-325 mesh
Item No.12911
Molecular Weight449.13 (359.05)
Particle Size-100 mesh

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