His seeds are fragments of calcium chloride, and his soil is a solution of the alkaline carbonates, phosphates, or silicates.
(a) Write the formula for silver nitrate; for calcium chloride.
Calcium phosphate is much employed in treating rickets, and calcium chloride in haemoptysis and haemophylia.
They are then entered into a dilute solution of calcium chloride and left overnight.
The substances commonly employed are glycerine, wood alcohol, or a saturated solution of calcium chloride.
The cooling system is prone to overheat after antifreezing solutions of which calcium chloride forms a part have been used.
Also solid potassium carbonate may be used instead of calcium chloride for drying the gas.
To these add three to four per cent of a suitable chloride—for example, calcium chloride.
The only materials permanently used up are calcium carbonate and salt, while the only waste product is calcium chloride.
If calcium chloride be used the precipitated calcium sulphate must be removed by filtration.
|calcium chloride |
A white crystalline salt that attracts water very strongly. It is used in refrigeration and is spread on roads to melt ice and control dust. Chemical formula: CaCl2.