A 5
B 1
C 8
D 4
E0
F 4
G 2
H 2
I0
J0
K0
L 5
M 4
N 1
O0
P 4
Q 1
R 2
S 11
T 3
U0
V0
W 1
X0
Y0
Z0
Calcination

Heating material to release volatile constituents or change the crystal structure.

Calcite

Crystalline mineral consisting of calcium carbonates.

calcium hydroxide

Is obtained when calcium oxide is mixed, or 'slaked' with water. Also called slaked lime, Ca(OH)2.

Calcium magnesium oxide

Burnt dolomite (CaO-MgO).

Calcium oxide

Quick lime (CaO), produced by calcination of limestone and/or dlomitic rock.

CEN

European Committee for Standardisation. See www.cen.eu

Chemical lime

A quick or hydrated lime that is used for one or more of the many chemical and industrial applications. Usually it possesses relatively high chemical purity.

Coating pigment

Pigment for coating paper, usually supplied as slurry. Mixture of very bright, clean particles, such as pulverized limestone or kaolin.