dicalcium


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dicalcium

[dī′kal·sē·əm]
(chemistry)
A molecule containing two atoms of calcium.
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Diets were corn/soybean meal based (Tables 2, 3, 4), and kaolin was used as inert in the formulations, allowing constant inclusion of most ingredients, varying only the inclusions of dicalcium phosphate, limestone, salt and inert.
The hydration of tricalcium silicate hydrate was similar to the hydration of dicalcium silicate, but the hydration reaction of dicalcium silicate was slower, and less Ca[(OH).sub.2] was generated [37].
Dicalcium silicate ([Ca.sub.2]Si[OP.sub.4]) is an important material in the calcium-silica system, which is frequently identified as an important constituent in Portland cement [2, 3].
White MTA is mainly composed of dicalcium and tricalcium silicate with 20% of bismuth oxide.
Formulation A, a matrix of CPH pectin, calcium chloride, dicalcium phosphate, and HPMC containing hydrocortisone, showed negligible drug release within the first 30 minutes, after which a continuous release of hydrocortisone was observed.
Mellberg, In Vivo Studies with a Dicalcium Phosphate Dihydrate/MFP System for Caries Prevention, International Dental Journal, 43, 81 (1993).
Portland cement consists of five major compounds i.e., tricalcium silicate, dicalcium silicate, tricalcium aluminate, tetracalcium aluminoferrite and gypsum.
Belite is the name of the dicalcium oxide silicate which is also present in cement after the calcination.
The dicalcium silicate [Ca.sub.2]Si[O.sub.4] ([C.sub.2]S) varieties have pulled an extreme consideration because of their broad applications in several fields like cement, ceramics, drugs and bioactive materials [7].
After acquiring patented micronizing technology from Superfine, Israel, MTI became a prime supplier of micronized dicalcium and tricalcium phosphate to the food and nutrition industries.
The glimepiride, maize starch, aerosil 200, and dicalcium phosphate were mixed together.