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Environmental fate & pathways

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In the environment, calcium sulfate will dissociate into calcium and sulfate ions. These ions are naturally ubiquitous in the environment; calcium will be assimilated by species present in the water and is necessary to maintain a good chemical balance in soils, water and plants and sulfate will either become part of the sulfur cycle or be assimilated by microorganisms and plants.

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