氯化钙通常以其颗粒形式使用。这是因为用于吸收水分。 Kulmyrzaev等（2000）在研究CaCl2的pH值对稀释乳清蛋白分离物的物理稳定性的影响时发现，可以看出，在不存在CaCl 2的情况下，存在非常广泛的液滴聚集。当pH水平增加时，则认为液滴聚集较高。因此，观察到Cacl2的浓度在这里具有某种促进效应。这在以前的研究中也被观察到（Demetriades等人，1997）。聚集诱导可以通过在液滴之间引起的静电排斥减少的事实来解释。这种静电排斥导致抗衡离子结合的增加（Kulmyrzaev等人，2000）。在乳清蛋白中诱导的聚集和乳化稳定性因此被认为是氯化钙浓度的结果，然而乳剂稳定性被认为对氯化钙的相对不敏感，特别是在低于20mM的浓度下。这使溶液的pH值远低于等电点。这种pH依赖性的形式归因于CaCl 2抗衡离子的单价性质。它们在等电点以下是单价的，当它们在等电点以上时是二价Ca2 +。
The particle size distribution of CaCl2 makes it suitable for use when mixed with other elements. In the context of where lightweight concrete is preferred then CaCl2 might be used with coconut husks. Coconut husks are the residual elements when coconuts are processed. These elements are treated as waste materials in much of the tropics; however this material when used with CaCl2 can be used as lightweight concrete. The investigation of author Olorunnisola (2009) reveals how the effects of particle size between calcium chloride used and husk would actually lead to different strength and absorption properties.
Calcium chloride is usually used in its pellet form. This is because of the use for absorption of moisture. Kulmyrzaev, et al (2000) in their research study the influence of pH of CaCl2 when it comes to diluting the physical stability of a whey protein isolate. It was seen that in the absence of CaCl2 there was a very extensive droplet aggregation. When the pH level was increased then the droplet aggregation was seen to be higher. Therefore it was observed that the concentrations of Cacl2 had some kind of an aggregate promotion effect here. This has been observed in previous researches also (Demetriades, et al, 1997). The aggregation induction can be explained by the fact that there is a reduction in electrostatic repulsion that was caused between the droplets. This electrostatic repulsion led to an increase of binding of the counter ions (Kulmyrzaev, et al, 2000). Aggregation and creaming stability that is induced in the whey-protein is hence seen to be a result of the calcium chloride concentration, however the emulsion stability was seen to be relatively insensitive to that of the calcium chloride especially in concentrations of less than 20 mM. This gives the solution a pH value that is much lower than the isoelectric point. This form of pH dependence is attributed to the monovalent nature of the counter ions of CaCl2. They are monovalent when it comes to being below the isoelectric point and are divalent Ca2+ when they are above the isoelectric point.