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ots.Audio: BASF Podcast: The Chemical Reporter - Why does a kettle calcify?
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A calcified kettle can become a real energy-eater. You first use energy to heat the chalk before the water can even get hot. That is why it is important to dissolve or remove the chalk or lime regularly. But why does a kettle actually calcify? In entertaining weekly episodes our Chemical Reporter answers questions on Chemistry in our everyday life.
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