The Simple Chemistry of Calcium and Its Relevance to Biological Systems

  • R. D. Gillard
Part of the Biological Council book series


In this paper I consider some aspects of the chemistry of calcium which are relevant to biological systems. Calcium is essential in so many biochemical operations that it is difficult to decide what general questions require answering.


Ionic Potential Alkaline Earth Silicate Mineral Zinc Salt Magnesium Carbonate 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • R. D. Gillard
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  1. 1.University of Kent at CanterburyEngland

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