Calcium Carbonate F / M / C
Calcium carbonate is a white crystalline mineral. Calcium carbonate has the chemical formula (CaCO3). It is widely found in nature, and it is the main component of limestone, marble, coral, calcite and chalk.
In the caves, groundwater deposits calcium carbonate over a period of time to form limestone deposits in the floor of the caves and limestone deposits hanging from their ceilings. Calcium carbonate is used in the formulation of toothpastes and powder, and it is also used in some medications to reduce stomach acidity.
Calcium carbonate is a chemical compound with the chemical formula CaCO3. It is a common substance found in a rocky form all over the world, and it is the main component of the shells of marine organisms, snails and eggshells.
Calcium carbonate is the active ingredient in agricultural lime, and it is usually the main cause of hard water. In medicine, It is commonly used as an extra dose of calcium or as an antacid.
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