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[mass noun] A mixture of calcium oxide and sodium hydroxide.
- ‘The perhydrated soda lime was prepared by spraying 100 ml distilled water onto 1 kg fresh soda lime, and water was added only when a new bag of soda lime was placed into the canister.’
- ‘he CO2 absorption capacity was significantly less for perhydrated soda lime than for standard soda lime.’
- ‘Unlike conventional scuba gear, rebreathers recycle exhaled gas by chemically scrubbing it of carbon dioxide with soda lime.’
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