Definition of Hydrated lime
1. Noun. A caustic substance produced by heating limestone.
Generic synonyms: Hydrated Oxide, Hydroxide
Derivative terms: Lime
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydrated Lime
Literary usage of Hydrated lime
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1. Proceedings of the Annual Convention (1911)
"it is made by the hydrated lime manufacturer is not made to be nurd in the manufacture of ... Besides that, the ordinary method of making hydrated lime is a ..."
2. Materials of Construction: Their Manufacture and Properties by Adelbert Philo Mills (1922)
"hydrated lime and ordinary lime which has been properly slaked on the work are the same material, and therefore should have identical physical properties. ..."
3. Cements, Limes, and Plasters: Their Materials, Manufacture, and Properties by Edwin Clarence Eckel (1922)
"The addition of hydrated lime to a Portland cement mortar renders it more plastic ... List of references on hydrated lime. Brigham, ST The manufacture and ..."
4. Bulletin by New Jersey, Dept. of Agriculture, New Jersey Dept. of Agriculture (1918)
"Air-Slaked Lime, sometimes called carbonate of lime, is stone lime or hydrated lime combined with the carbonic acid of the air and thereby increased in ..."
5. Johnson's Materials of Construction by John Butler Johnson, Morton Owen Withey, James Aston (1919)
"hydrated lime.—When quicklime is finely crushed, completely slaked with a minimum amount of ... If the lime from which it is made is pure, hydrated lime ..."
6. Handbook of Building Construction: Data for Architects, Designing and by Nathan Clarke Johnson, George Albert Hool (1920)
"hydrated lime is slaked at the mills by machinery specially designed for the ... hydrated lime is packed for shipment in paper sacks containing 50 Ib. and ..."
7. Masonry Structures by Frederick Putnam Spalding (1921)
"hydrated lime ordinarily weighs about 40 pounds per cubic foot, and contains approximately 75 per cent of quicklime. By mixing with about an equal weight of ..."
8. The Architects' and Builders' Handbook: Data for Architects, Structural by Frank Eugene Kidder (1921)
"hydrated lime. The slaking of quicklime is an operation which is almost invariably ... The new product known as hydrated lime has been offered widely to the ..."