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calcium gluconate vs. calcium chloride

  1. a white, tasteless, water-soluble powder, CaC12H22O14, used as a dietary supplement to provide calcium.
  1. a white, lumpy, deliquescent solid, CaCl2, usually derived from calcium carbonate by reaction with hydrochloric acid, or as a by-product of various commercial processes: used chiefly as a drying agent and preservative and for preventing dust.

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