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What Is Lime Slaking?

Slaking is the term used for the chemical reaction that occurs when quicklime (cao) is mixed with water. This reaction is commonly performed with an excess of water, and this creates a slurry of solid calcium hydroxide particles floating in water and this is commonly called ‘lime slurry’ or ‘milk of lime’.

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