CALCIUM CARBONATE - (471-34-1)

Introducción

Nombre: calcium carbonate
* IUPAC
Número CAS: 471-34-1
Fórmula química: CaCO3
Masa molar: 100.0869 g
Porcentaje de masas: Ca 40.043 %; C 12.000 %; O 47.956 % 

Clasificación

Usos / Función

• "Limestone, which consists mostly of calcium carbonate, has been used in agriculture for centuries. It is spread on fields to neutralize acidic compounds in the soil and to supply the essential nutrient Ca2+." 1

• "Used as a building material, to make lime, and, in high purity, as a toothpaste abrasive and antacid." 2

• "seashells...are composed chiefly of calcium carbonate" 3

• "Corrosion control [in chemical water analysis]" 4

Solubilidad

Ksp:3.36·10-9 5

Vinculación

termoquímica

ΔHf° (s): -288.51 kcal/mol 6 = -1,207.13 kJ/mol
ΔHf° (s): -288.46 kcal/mol 6 = -1,206.92 kJ/mol
S° (s): 21.2 cal/(mol•K) 7 = 88.70 J/(mol•K)
S° (s): 22.2 cal/(mol•K) 7 = 92.88 J/(mol•K)
ΔGf° (s): -269.55 kcal/mol 8 = -1,127.80 kJ/mol
ΔGf° (s): -269.80 kcal/mol 8 = -1,128.84 kJ/mol

reacciones

Para más información

Wikipedia
revistas:
Choi, Charles Q. A Calcium Conundrum Explained. Scientific American, April 2009, p 31.

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