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Categories: Calcium compounds, Alchemical substances, Chemistry stubs, Oxygen compounds, Articles with short description
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lime  calx  calcium oxide  quicklime  burnt lime
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Calcium oxide, commonly known as quicklime or burnt lime, is a widely used chemical compound. Wikipedia
Lime is a calcium-containing inorganic mineral composed primarily of oxides, and hydroxide, usually calcium oxide and/ or calcium hydroxide. Wikipedia
Calx is a substance formed from an ore or mineral that has been heated. Wikipedia
A general term for inorganic materials containing calcium, usually calcium oxide or calcium hydroxide Wikipedia Disambiguation
Calcium-containing inorganic material Wikidata
Any of various mineral and industrial forms of calcium oxide differing chiefly in water content and percentage of constituent such as silica, alumina and iron. OmegaWiki
A white powderous substance, CaO, normally made by heating calcium carbonate. Wiktionary
White powderous substance. Wiktionary (translation)
The substance which remains after a metal or mineral has been thoroughly burnt, once seen as being the essential substance left after the expulsion of phlogiston, but now recognised as being the metallic oxide (or, in some cases, the metal in a state of sublimation). Wiktionary
The substance which remains after a metal or mineral has been thoroughly burnt. Wiktionary (translation)
Any inorganic material containing calcium, usually calcium oxide (quicklime) or calcium hydroxide (slaked lime). Wiktionary
Inorganic material containing calcium. Wiktionary (translation)
Calcium oxide, which is produced by heating (calcining) limestone and gives slaked lime on treatment with water. Wiktionary
Calcium oxide. Wiktionary (translation)