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Definition of Calces

Calces
Calces Cal"ces, n. pl. See Calx.
Calces
Calx Calx, n.; pl. E. Calxes, L. Calces. [L. Calx, calcis. limestone; cf. Gr. ? gravel. ?, ?, pebble, Skr. ? gravel, Ir. carraic rock Gael. carraig, W. careg, stone. Cf. Chalk.] 1. (Chem.) (a) Quicklime. [Obs.] (b) The substance which remains when a metal or mineral has been subjected to calcination or combustion by heat, and which is, or may be, reduced to a fine powder. Note: Metallic calxes are now called oxides. 2. Broken and refuse glass, returned to the post.

Meaning of Calces from wikipedia

- Calx is a substance formed from an ore or mineral that has been heated. Calx, especially of a metal, is now known as an oxide. According to the obsolete...
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- calcination: and I am persuaded that the increase in weight of metallic calces is due to the same cause." During 1773 Lavoisier determined to review thoroughly...
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- "Mister Van Marum, by means of his great electrical machine, decomposed the calces of tin, zinc, and antimony, and resolved them into their respective metals...
- reactions is pKeq ~ −22 In the 18th century, oxides were named calxes or calces after the calcination process used to produce oxides. Calx was later replaced...
- pp. 448–449: "Adulteratur in Aegypto calce, deprehenditur gusto. Sincerum enim statim resolvitur, adulteratum calce pungit et asperum [or aspersum] reddit...
- Calce (French pronunciation: [kals] (listen); Catalan: Calce) is a commune in the Pyrénées-Orientales department in southern France. Calce is located in...
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