Calamine (disambiguation)

Calamine (disambiguation)

Calamine has different meanings, depending on the context:

* Calamine, a pinkish powder used in calamine lotion
* Calamine (mineral), a historic name for a zinc mineral
* Calamine brass, an early method of making brass, by reacting copper metal with calamine zinc ore.
* Calamine (band), a NYC based indie-pop band. They perform the theme song for the television show Sealab 2021
* La Calamine, the French name of Kelmis, a city located in Belgium in Wallonia, the site of an exhausted zinc mine.
* Calamine, Arkansas, a village in Lawrence County
* Calamine, Wisconsin, a town in Lafayette County

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