Calcium Carbonate is an inorganic salt commonly found in rocks and minerals. It is most widely used in the construction industry as the starting material for the preparation of builders’ lime or as an ingredient of cement. It is also used in the extraction of iron from iron ore and as an additive for oil drilling fluids. It is produced in the medical industry as an antacid medicine. In agricultural sector, it is used to neutralise acidic soil. It is used in households as a scrubbing agent.
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