Calcium chloride formula also referred to as Calcium dichloride formula or Calcium chloride anhydrous formula, is given in this article. This inorganic compound is a white powder or white-colored crystalline solid, odorless, and is highly soluble in water. It's an ionic compound comprising calcium and chlorine. There exist 1 calcium cation and 2 chlorine anions in the structure of calcium chloride. At room temperature, it's a solid salt that acts as an ionic halide. The chemical formula for calcium chloride is CaCl2. It can be naturally extracted from linarite and antarctictite in its hydrated form. Also, it is found in brine from salt deposits and salt lakes. Commercially it will be produced directly from limestone, and a large amount is also generated as a by-product from the Solvay process.