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The chemical formula for gypsum is CaSO4.2H2O. Gypsum is also known as hydrous calcium sulfate. Dehydrated gypsum is colloquially known as plaster of Paris, which becomes gypsum again with the addition of water. More »

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Calcium sulfate has the chemical formula CaSO4 and contains one calcium ion bonded to one sulfate ion. The calcium ion has a charge of positive two, while the sulfate ion has a charge of negative two. More »

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Tricalcium silicate, also called alite, is one of the most abundant compounds found in cement and has the chemical formula Ca3SiO4. Its shorthand formula is C3S. Another abundant compound in cement is dicalcium silicate,... More »

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Some examples of silicate minerals are quartz, talc, tourmaline and garnet; some examples of nonsilicate minerals are calcite, gypsum, alabaster, and the native elements copper, gold and silver. A negatively charged sili... More »

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Solid calcium can be found in sedimentary rock in the earth's crust, and in the minerals gypsum, dolomite and calcite. Elemental calcium is not found naturally on earth because it easily reacts to oxygen and water and fo... More »

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Potassium hydride, with the molecular formula KH, is a direct combination of 2.51 percent hydrogen and 97.49 percent potassium. It is colorless and crystal-like in appearance, although some samples appear gray. It has a ... More »

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The molecular formula for tin (IV) phosphate is Sn3(PO4)4. According to the Royal Society of Chemistry, tin (IV) phosphate is an ionic compound with a molar mass of 736.0154 g/mol. More »

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