calcium lactate


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calcium lactate

[′kal·sē·əm ′lak‚tāt]
(organic chemistry)
Ca(C3H5O3)2·5H2O A salt of lactic acid in the form of white crystals that are soluble in water; used in calcium therapy and as a blood coagulant.
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A GP Dr Shirley Bond, who specialises in women's health, says: "Most people tolerate calcium lactate found in milk.
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