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CACO3Calcium Carbonate
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The global Synthetic Calcium Carbonate market was valued at $XX million in 2018, and Radiant Insights Research analysts predict the global market size will reach $XX million by the end of 2028, growing at a CAGR of XX% between 2018 and 2028.
Since ground calcium carbonate is a naturally mined material, impurities are present as they are in all ore bodies.
When it comes to organoleptic properties, natural calcium carbonate can positively influence consumer choices.
Preferred calcium carbonate closely resembles Type I cement particle distribution, while Prime promotes packing between cement particles and sand grains.
Lucintel predicts that demand for calcium carbonate in the paint and coating market is expected to witness the highest growth in the forecast period due to increasing usage of calcium carbonate as a substitute of titanium dioxide.
It can be seen from the surface of the mineralized sample that calcium carbonate crystals are accumulated by a piece of calcium carbonate film (Supporting Information, Figure S1).
From the fabrication of micron-sized calcium carbonate particles in the early days up to the synthesis of desirable nanosized particles today, many studies have used the bottom-up approach via the precipitation process, either through carbonation [3, 5, 6, 11, 18] or through solution [1214, 17, 19, 24, 25, 27] route for the production of inorganic calcium carbonate raw material over the past few years.
The carbonate ions lead to react with calcium ions present in the mixture, leading to the precipitation of calcium carbonate depending on the pH levels in the alkali environment.
The aim of the work is to establish the optimal conditions for obtaining calcium carbonate with prescribed properties from liquid waste of soda production.
Limy bile syndrome was first described in 1911 which continues to be a rare disorder with prevalence ranging from 0.1 to 1.7% of patients undergoing surgery for biliary lithiasis.1-3 The gallbladder and rarely the common bile duct are filled with a thick, paste-like radio-opaque material mostly composed of calcium carbonate. Many theories have been suggested regarding the etiology of limy bile syndrome,4 however bile stasis including obstruction at the level of cystic duct or gall bladder neck is necessary for this disorder to develop.
It has been suggested that calcium supplementation contributes to gastrointestinal (GI) side effects [1] including constipation [2]; calcium carbonate is specifically implicated [3].