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CaSO4

Formula for calcium sulfate.
CAS # 7778-18-9
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(1998) investigated the effects of calcium sulfate (CaSO4), calcium chloride (CaCl2), calcium carbonate (CaCO3) and calcium benzoate (C14H10Ca04) in diets for finishing pigs.
With the known chemical composition of plaster (CaSO4 2H2O) and relative atomic mass, the concentration of plaster in the collected airborne particle samples was calculated.
Post-berseem higher SAR values might be due to highest salt accumulation which enhanced CaCO3 and CaSO4 precipitation leading to high Na+ concentration and thus SAR.
The increase in P contents might be due to the fact that gypsum (CaSO4) infiltrates with water into soil and the associated calcium improves particle aggregation and dissolved phosphorus retention.
The deposits are shown to be composed predominantly of CaSO4 and in some cases almost pure CaSO4 [16, 17].
The zip-lock bags were kept in a sealed plastic box that contained desiccant (anhydrous CaSO4 granules).
En fin, hasta ahi [Profesora, Centro Privado Caso4, Formacion NoUniversitaria, 57 anos].
There was no effect of the concentration of the CaSO4 leaching solution on the shape of BTC.
Calcium sulfate hemihydrate (CSH, CaSO4 x 1/2 H2O) powders are currently being produced as a bone substitute, and many corporations such as Smith & Nephew and Wright Medical Technology are marketing self-setting, orthopedic cements based on pure CSH.
Seeds were germinated in germination paper and soaked in 0.5 mM CaSO4 in darkness at 25[degrees]C.