She tells us what happens when the balance is ripped apart by the release of calcium and magnesium into the atmosphere.
Rich in dietary fiber and calcium, hijiki is a black-colored seaweed that grows wild on the Japanese coastline.
At night we drank a beverage we called “CalMag,” a terrible mixture of calcium, magnesium, vinegar, and water.
And many are packed with nutrients like zinc, iron, and calcium.
The rhino beetle—fried, stewed, grilled, or roasted—is high in calcium and protein.
The chief source of calcium carbide in this country is the electric furnace.
With calcium it is said to yield a scarlet, sparingly soluble in water.
But it also takes up sulphur, which remains in it in the form of sulphuret of calcium.
(a) Write the formula for silver nitrate; for calcium chloride.
The effects produced are magnificent, especially by the sulphide of calcium and sulphide of zinc.
calcium cal·ci·um (kāl'sē-əm)
A soft metallic element that is a basic component of animals and plants and constitutes [approx] 3 percent of Earth's crust. It occurs naturally in limestone, gypsum, and fluorite. Atomic number 20; atomic weight 40.08; melting point 842°C; boiling point 1,484°C; specific gravity 1.55; valence 2.
A silvery-white, moderately hard metallic element of the alkaline-earth group that occurs in limestone and gypsum. It is a basic component of leaves, bones, teeth, and shells, and is essential for the normal growth and development of most animals and plants. Calcium is used to make plaster, cement, and alloys. Atomic number 20; atomic weight 40.08; melting point 842 to 848°C; boiling point 1,487°C; specific gravity 1.55; valence 2. See Periodic Table.