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Hydrated Lime

Ca(OH)2

A strong alkali chemical, calcium hydroxide, obtained by treating (slaking) lime with water in a heat-producing reaction until the calcium oxide has been converted to calcium hydroxide.

Hydrated lime is used in lime softening water treatment.

Also called calcium hydrate; calcium hydroxide; caustic lime; slaked lime.

See Also: Lime (CaO) Lime Softening Burnt Lime (CaO) Hot-Lime Softening Hot Lime-Soda Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Quicklime Water Softening Salinometer Slake Soap Soda Ash Soap Curd Lime (CaO) Lime Softening Burnt Lime (CaO) Hot-Lime Softening Hot Lime-Soda Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Quicklime Water Softening Salinometer Slake Soap Soda Ash Soap Curd Lime (CaO) Lime Softening Burnt Lime (CaO) Ion Exchange Hot-Lime Softening Hot Lime-Soda Softening Hot Process Softening Municipal Softening Rated Capacity Water Softening Soda Ash Rated Capacity Lime (CaO) Burnt Lime (CaO)