Calcinated Egg Shell Calcium

 

What is Calcinated Egg Shell Calcium (CaO)?

Calcinated Shell Calcium is obtained by calcination. It consist of mainly of Calcium Oxide.
When ignited it contains the equivalent of not less than 91.0% calcium oxide (CaO=56.08)
 

 

Frequently Ask Questions

  • Where it is used ?


    It is used in It is extensively used for medicinal purposes  and also as intermediates in the several calcium preparations. Calcium oxide (CaO) is an exceptionally important industrial compound, which is used as catalyst, toxic-waste remediation agent, an additive in refractory, in paint as well as for other fundamental applications due to their interesting chemical, electrical and optical properties. CaO is a good example of naturally abundant earth metal oxides. CaO nanoparticles have spherical or faceted high surface area, also they are magnetic nanostructured particles. Calcium oxide nanoparticles with its nano structures are very feasible to the applications in drug delivery systems.

     

  • What are the advantages of Calcinated Egg Shell Calcium ?

    Good Biocompatibility
    Non toxic and Non inflammatory
    Drug delivery systems.
    Application in various fields like catalysis, optoelectronics, sensors and environmental remediation made metal oxide nanoparticles substantial agents in production. Calcium oxide (CaO) is one of the promising metal oxides.


     

  • When the Calcinated Egg Shell Calcium will be launched by Microcore ?


    The clinical studies and are under progress and Microcore is expected the launch by 2024


     

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Microcore's CESC (CaO) Egg shell Calciteis with best compatibility, free from allergens and antigens and manufactured by   highly innovative separation technologies and conversion technologies the product is free from insecticides, pesticides and chemical residues. Negligible qty of heavy metals make it as  biggest advantages of using egg shell for the production of calcium carbonate and calcite.

 

 

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