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Limestone Quiz time!!
1. What is limestone mainly made from?
2. What is the chemical formula for calcium carbonate?
3. What does thermal composition mean?
4. What is the equation for the thermal decomposition of limestone?
5. What is the chemical formula for slaked lime?
6. How do we make limewater from slaked lime?
7. What kind of rock is limestone?
8. How many different atoms does calcium oxide have?
9. How could we get back to limestone from limewater or slaked lime?
10. Limewater goes cloudy when reacted with which gas?
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