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2010-08-03 19:44:37
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No. calcium is a metal.


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Calcium is classified as an alkaline earth metal since it belongs to Group 2 of the modern periodic table.

No it is a metal. Not a semimetal. A semimeatal is in between metal and nonmetal.

Calcium is a chemical element not a compound.

A semimetal has the properties of both a metal and a nonmetal. They are also called metalloids.

Not sure what you mean by "classified under oxygen." It contains oxygen as well as calcium and sulfur. It is considered a salt.

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If it contain magnesium but no calcium then it would be magnesite.

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