Calcium carbonate

Calcium carbonate (CaCO3), usually in the form of calcite and aragonite, is a more ubiquitous complex on earth. Calcium carbonate is not only the main component of marble, limestone and marble, but also found in bones, teeth, and crustaceans, corals, muscles, snails and protozoa. Another form of calcium carbonate is the mineral stucerite, which can precipitate into microcrystals.
According to the different treatment methods of calcium carbonate, it can be processed into heavy calcium carbonate, light calcium carbonate, colloidal calcium carbonate and crystalline calcium carbonate.
The processing process of calcium carbonate usually adopts crushing, grinding, classification, coating modification, mixing and so on. Based on the market's different requirements for the particle size, foreign trade form, whiteness and particle size distribution of calcium carbonate powder, the preparation methods of calcium carbonate are also different.
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