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dicalcic

, dicalcium (dī-kal′sĭk) (dī-kal′sē-ŭm) [″ + L. calx, lime]
Containing two atoms of calcium.
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Dicalcium silicate-rich Type IV portland cement exhibits a low heat level akin to Type I/II cement Phase II hydration reaction.
beta]-TCP, [beta]-Tricalcium phosphate; OCP, octacalcium phosphate; DCP, dicalcium phosphate; DCPD, dicalcium phosphate dihydrate.
Biological evaluations of commercial dicalcium phosphates as sources of available phosphorus for broiler chicks.
The ingredients used in experimental diet were corn yellow grain, rice grain, rapeseed meal, cotton seed cake, molasses cane, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, urea, salt, mineral premix and wheat bran with 14.
2,7 It is composed of powder and liquid, where powder contains mainly tricalcium silicate, zirconium dioxide as radiopacifier, calcium carbonate as filler, dicalcium silicate (traces), calcium oxide (traces) and iron oxide (traces).
This supports the results of previous studies with other fish species which observed a significant improvement on feed utilization when diets were supplemented with P in the form of dicalcium phosphate (Dato-Cajegas & Yakupitiyage, 1996; Pezzato et al.
The feed phosphate market, segmented on the basis of type, includes monocalcium phosphate, dicalcium phosphate, mono-dicalcium phosphate, tricalcium phosphate, defluorinated phosphate, and others.
The company aims to increase its production capacity so that potassium sulphate would reach 380,000 tonnes, chloride calcium would reach 190,000 tonnes and dicalcium phosphate would reach 60,000 tonnes annually.
Higher concentration will produce phosphoric acid at the top of the bed, which reacts further with apatite on its descent to form insoluble dicalcium phosphate, and the flow of solution will be blocked (Figures 4 and 5).
4], is a solid solution of dicalcium ferrite anhydrite and silicate represented Belita [C.
They listed ingredients including Ethyl phenyl, acetate, microcrystaline cellulose, Dicalcium phosphate and Magnesium Sterate.
Dicalcium silicate hydrate (hillebrandite) was prepared by hydrothermal treatment of lime/silica fume mixtures with (Ca + Ba)/Si = 2 at 110[degrees]C for 5 hours.