Hitesh Gupta, Ram Gupta, Vijender Gupta


Calcium carbonate, scientifically known as CaCO3, is a common additive used in pharmaceutical industry. It can be used a color additive, and is a fine, white, synthetically prepared powder consisting essentially of precipitated calcium carbonate (CaCO3). This paper discusses about Calcium Carbonate with respect to Pharma Industry.


Calcium, Calcium carbonate, CaCO3, Pharma, Pharmaceutical, Calcium in pharma.


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