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Lime is obtained from the calcination of ___________

(a) Lime-silica

(b) Sandstone

(c) Limestone

(d) Lime-concrete

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Right choice is (c) Limestone

Explanation: Lime is obtained from the calcination of limestone. Carbon dioxide and moisture are removed from it due to calcination and the product which remains is called lime.

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