The oxide of a certain metal, called calcium.
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Lime (calcium oxide) fuses only at the highest heat of the electric furnace, but it breaks down into dust.
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Wood ashes are also a good source of lime, being about one-third calcium oxide.
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In what respects does aluminium oxide differ from calcium oxide in properties?
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Gas lime contains on an average 40% of calcium oxide, and usually a small percentage of nitrogen.
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Lime, then, is simply oxide of calcium.
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Take, for instance, the dissociation of calcium carbonate into calcium oxide and carbon dioxide.
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This calcium oxide, commonly known as "quick lime," is the substance desired in clarification.
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We still use the old familiar purifying agents, iron oxide, lime and nascent calcium.
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Calcium oxide is also good but zinc oxide must be used sparingly as it is apt to suffer if overfired.
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