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n. - A salt or ester of a weak dibasic acid v. - Turn into a salt or ester of a weak dibasic acid

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  • As the microbes produced minerals called carbonate, the limestone rock formed and engulfed the cells.
  • Second, air-slaked lime, which is also known as carbonate of lime, agricultural lime, marl, and limestone.
  • And the lithium that's left will be turned into lithium carbonate, which is essentially-it'll become a powder.
  • The company has a technology to extract lithium carbonate, which is in demand from the growing lithium-ion battery industry. for more
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