Asked by | 18th Mar, 2008, 09:22: AM
LIME ie CaO is the right answer
when it is mixed with water it forms slaked lime Ca(OH)2 under normal condition,
CaO+ H2O→ Ca(OH)2
so for whitewashing lime is mixed with water bt in water it forms slaked lime which is employed for whitewash
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