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 Is calcium chloride a pure substance?

Answer Calcium chloride is not a pure substance. Rather, it is formed when hydrochloric acid mixes and reacts with calcium carbonate, which is the form of calcium found most in stalagmites and stalactite... Read More »
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What is calcium chloride ?

Calcium chloride (CaCl2) is a common salt compound, combing the chemicals calcium and chlorine. It is solid at room temperature but highly soluble in water. The compound offers many benefits and is... Read More »
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What is the common name for calcium chloride?

The common name for calcium chloride is ice bite, according to California State University Dominguez Hills. Calcium chloride is used in liquid or crystalline form to melt ice on roads or other surf... Read More »
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What is calcium chloride commonly used for?

Calcium chloride is widely used in virtually every area of life. The most common uses, however, include de-icing roads or controlling road dust; in crop soil to lower pH and sodium, or on crops to ... Read More »
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What is the density of calcium chloride?

Calcium chloride is an inorganic compound. There are five solid forms of calcium chloride--anhydrous, monohydrate, dihydrate, tetrahydrate and hexahydrate. The form most commonly referred to and us... Read More »
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