Function and Type Limestone
Limestone is a type of sedimentary rock consisting of the main mineral calcite (calcium carbonate). This type of stone formation can occur by mechanical, chemical, and organic. Mineral calcite found in many marine organisms, therefore, usually formed from shells of sea creatures, shells, and the remains of marine life that have died. Limestone or limestone is a rock phosphate. These rocks are formed from mineral Calcium Carbonate or CaCO3. This stone is generally used in: carpentry industry, ceramics, cement making material ash, house foundations, pavers, whiteners, disinfectants, glazes, penejrnih water, the cosmetics industry, medicine.