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Calgon

[ kal-gon ]
/ ˈkæl gɒn /
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Trademark.

a brand of sodium phosphate glass (sodium hexametaphosphate ), soluble in water: used as a water-softening agent.

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British Dictionary definitions for Calgon

Calgon
/ (ˈkælɡɒn) /

noun

trademark a chemical compound, sodium hexametaphosphate, with water-softening properties, used in detergents
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