If you are eating these things get to your doctor IMMEDIATELY your body is either lacking something or you may have a disorder where you eat things that you aren't supposed to eat I forget the name of this disorder but please get to your doctor before things get bad for you Good Luck and God Bless!!!
Nature's chalk is limestone--hard. Blackboard chalk is soft--gypsum.
It is pretty much the same. Chalk and limestone are made of the same elements, but to to make chalk they change the limestone a bit. First they change the shape and then make it smooth. I hope that helps!
The reason why you are eating cementYour addiction to eating cement may result from an extreme deficiency in one mineral or another. People with these sorts of deficiencies will sometimes rub cars or windows with their fingers and eat the dust they collect. FIRST, stop eating cement, it could kill you, as it contains lime! SECOND, go see a doctor immediately! Your doctor will perhaps (or if they can't go see another one) suggest a supplement that will supply the mineral your body craves. AnswerIt's a fetish! Your dentist is going to have a field day with you! Think about that one!
No it's perfectly fine. What pregnant woman doesn't eat cement? Cement and pickles is a common, although at the same time unusual craving for many pregnant woman around the globe. So if you are "set" on having some, go for it.
Only if they are the same species. A parrot eating a chicken is the equivalent of a human eating pork. A parrot eating a parrot would be considered cannibalism.
No. Blackboard chalk is calcium sulfate, also known as gypsum. Cliff chalk is calcium carbonate, also known as calcite or limestone.
No, it is differentCement is a constituent of concrete.Where as concrete is a mixture of cement, fineaggregate, coarse aggregate and water.
Chalk. You get better grip when you chalk up and it toughens your hands, giving you your own natural set of gloves. You can use rock climbing chalk or powerlifting chalk, it's basically the same thing.
No. Chalk is mostly calcium compounds.
Are you pregnant? That's one of the questions my doctor had on a list of things people do while pregnant and I thought it was an odd thing to ask, but now that you've said it, maybe some people crave it when they are pregnant. Otherwise, try eating candy coated malt balls, they taste better and will leave the same white ring around your mouth that the chalk does.
its a pipe that's cut in two or a cement halfpipe looks the same but is in cement
Chalk is a form of limestone composed of the skeletons and secretions of small marine organisms. There are other types of limestone.
No, plaster of Paris and white cement are not the same. Plaster of Paris is a porous material that will disintegrate outside in the rain. White cement is more durable and should last outside in the rain.
snails need chalk from the ground ie. found in stones or other minerals. scientists have also believed that you can feed snails children's chalk as it is nearly the same!!!
Hippos are generally considered as herbivores. While they do bite to defend and attack, biting is not the same as eating.
the acid that is used in chemical weathering such as acid rain cause the chalk to react to it, the same way rocks do because they have the same chemicals in them
A soft, earthy substance, of a white, grayish, or yellowish white color, consisting of calcium carbonate, and having the same composition as common limestone., Finely prepared chalk, used as a drawing implement; also, by extension, a compound, as of clay and black lead, or the like, used in the same manner. See Crayon., To rub or mark with chalk., To manure with chalk, as land., To make white, as with chalk; to make pale; to bleach.
Yes, it's a sedimentary rock composed of calcium carbonate. Classroom chalk is not necessarily the same as chalk the rock, since it may include binders and pigments in addition to pure calcium carbonate.
cause no one like the same color
There is no effect on the specific gravity if some of the sample is removed. The amount of mass will change, but it will still have the same specific gravity. It is basically a density. The specific gravity of 1lb of cement is the same as the specific gravity of 100lbs of cement, you just have more cement.
Most billiards chalk is not toxic, but it has no nutritional value either. It is essentially made of the same material fine sandpaper is made from.
Typically you would need about 30% more type I cement to attain the same early strength gain as Type III cement.