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A baked mixture of caustic soda and lime, used in the container or regenerator of self-contained mine-rescue or oxygen-breathing apparatus to absorb the exhaled carbon dioxide. It has an advantage over straight caustic soda in that it does not cake, liquefy, or solidify when used. Lewis
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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