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Calcium - Wikipedia

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Calcium is a chemical element with symbol Ca and atomic number 20. Calcium is a soft gray ... Discovery and first isolation, Humphry Davy (1808). Most stable ...

Calcium - Element information, properties and uses | Periodic Table

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Element Calcium (Ca), Group 2, Atomic Number 20, s-block, Mass 40.078. Sources, facts, uses ... Discovered by, Humphry Davy. Origin of the name, The name ...

Calcium»historical information [WebElements Periodic Table]

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Calcium was discovered by Sir Humphrey Davy at 1808 in England. ... Compounds such as lime (CaO, calcium oxide) were prepared by the Romans in the first ...

How was calcium discovered? | Reference.com

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Sir Humphry Davy discovered calcium in 1808 by isolating the impure metal through the electrolysis of a lime and mercuric oxide mixture. He accomplished this ...

It's Elemental - The Element Calcium

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The Element Calcium - Basic Physical and Historical Information.

Calcium - Chemicool

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People have used calcium's compounds for thousands of years – in cement, for example. Limestone [calcium carbonate] was called ...

Facts About Calcium - Live Science

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Oct 26, 2016 ... Discovery. In 1808, Cornish chemist and inventor Sir Humphry Davy was the first person to successfully isolate calcium. A few other scientists, ...

Calcium, Chemical Element - structure, reaction, water, uses ...

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Humans have used calcium compounds for hundreds of years in construction, sculpture, and roads. ... He also discovered nitrous oxide and two types of lamps.

Who Discovered Calcium?

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Thanks to person who discovered calcium before, this element is now known to be abundantly in existence together with the other crucial elements.