What can you use limestone for?
>Limestone is used in buildings and roads.
>Limestone can be used in glass making.
>Limestone is used in toothpaste.
>Limestone is used in cement and mortar.
>Limestone is used in bread and cereals as a source of calcium.
>Limestone is used to make paper white.
>Limestone is used to purify sugar.
>Pulverized limestone is used to neutralize acidic soils.
>Limestone can be used to make brake pads.
>Limestone is used in the preparation of wools and dyes. >Limestone is used to make antacids. >Limestone is used in climbing walls. >Limestone is used a suppression of methane explosions in underground coalmines. >Limestone is added to plastics, paint, tiles and other materials as both white pigment and cheap filler. >Limestone is used in the manufacture of quicklime (calcium oxide) and slaked lime (calcium hydroxide). >Limestone can be used to create steel by using it in a blast furnace.
Limestone is what farmers use on their fields to kill the acid in the soil so their crops grow, as limestone is an alkaline. Acid + Alkaline = Neutral. Limestone is used for concrete, glass, bricks, cement, glass and roads. It is also used for building buildings and making sculptures, as limestone is hard, strong, lasts long, carves well and looks nice too. An average house contains 50 tonnes of limestone. Limestone is also grinded…