The limestone rocks are genetically divided and divided into two major groups of lime and inert limes. Non-edible lime: contains lime that is similar in texture to classical rocks, but its chemical composition is completely
related to chemical processes. Like damaged limestone and sand. Lime: Includes all limestone in columns that are formed by chemical and biochemical processes where they exist.
Generally, the formation of limestone deposits is associated with biological activities and are of biochemical origin.
Like travertine and calcareous columns.
What is the use of limestone? Preparation of nickel prisms: Spit Diesel, a kind of calcium carbonate, is used to produce nickel prisms in microscopes,
photometers and colourimeters. – Preparation of fertilizer: Its poor quality is used in the alkali industry and is used as a fertilizer in lime soils. – Glass production: In the glass industry, they add pure calcite to glass melt, and carbon dioxide resulting from its melting results in
the homogeneity of the glass melt.
Use in Chemical Industries: Limestone is used in the chemical industry as a primary material, as well as for neutralizing acid and as a melting aid,
alkalizing agent, moisture gravity, adhesion agent, and so on. This type of lime should be high in calcium. – Use in cement industry: Limestone is used extensively in the industry. The composition of cement (lime, clay, iron, gypsum, silica) is mixed
with different percentages of the mixture in the oven and the product is converted into cement after crushing and mixing
with water and after tightening it.
Other Limestone Uses: A specimen of very fine-grained limestone, which is known as a printing stone, is applicable to printing and printing.
Finally, limestone stones are used in toothpaste, lacquering, perfumery and rubberization. Making limestone rocks The production of limestone, including locally produced, or non-destructive lime, includes some or all of the following.
Calcium carbonate cement, which in most cases is calcite, is formed after the formation of a calcium carbonate.
It also plays the role of filling the empty spaces between and within the grains Very fine-grained filler material in the form of a carbonate flower filling the empty spaces between the grain and
the inside of the grains. Destructive types of all chemical origin or ecochems