Zinc is characterized as a blue-grey metal used for galvanising (coating) iron and steel to protect against Rust.

The acronym ZTE may refer to the following:

    • Zero Thermal Expansion, a property ascribed to certain materials that do not expand when heated

Zinc-Air cell is a term used to define a battery with zinc as one electrode and air as the other, which saves carrying one electrode around as air can be collected, as it?s needed.

Zinc oxide with chemical symbol ZnO, is described as an amorphous white powder used as a pigment in plastics. It is also reported to be the best ultraviolet light absorber of all commercially available pigments.

- Zerol bevel gear : Zerol bevel gear is characterized as a bevel gear with intersecting shafts.
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Zinc anode makes reference to a small piece of zinc metal that is secured to or placed near the underwater part of an outboard engine, metal hull, or other metal object in salt water. By attracting galvanic activity, it protects the engine, hull, and other objects from corrosion.
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Zinc chloride is defined as a carbon zinc battery with a slightly acidic electrolyte consisting mainly of zinc chloride in water.
It is described as white; hexagonal; and poisonous. It is used in galvanizing iron, as a catalyst, a dehydrating agent, a condensing agent, as a wood preservative, as ingredient in soldering fluxes, in burnishing and polishing compounds for steel, electroplating, in glass -etching compositions, in petroleum refining, and in pigments.
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Zinc chloride refer white; hexagonal; ZnCl2; poisonous. Obtained by the solution of zinc, or zinc oxide, in hydrochloric acid, or by burning zinc in chlorine. Used in galvanizing iron, as a catalyst, as a dehydrating agent, as a condensing agent, as a wood preservative, as an ingredient in soldering fluxes, in burnishing and polishing compounds for steel, in electroplating, in glass-etching compositions, in petroleum refining, and in pigments.
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Zirconium is a type of metal which was discovered by Martin Heinrich Klaproth from Germany in 1789. The origin of the name comes from the Arabic word zargun meaning gold colour. It is grey-white, lustrous, corrosion-resistant metal.

Zirconium is found in many minerals such as zircon and baddeleyite. It is used in alloys such as zircaloy used in nuclear applications since it does not readily absorb neutrons. Moreover, baddeleyite is used in lab crucibles. Used in high-performance pumps and valves. Clear zircon (ZrSiO4) is a popular gemstone.

With symbol, Zr. It occurs widely, but only in combined form, especially in the minerals zircon, (ZrSiO4), and baddeleyite, (ZrO2). Its uses include resisting corrosion, as a structural material in nuclear reactors, as an alloying agent, deoxidizer, bonding agent, refractory material, and in low-temperature superconductive magnets.

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"Zirconium" is in the HS Code "2615.10"
  - - Zirconium ores and concentrates

"Zirconium" is in the UNSPSC Code "12141751"
  Zirconium Zr
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Zirconium refers to a grayish-white lustrous metallic element. Symbol, Zr. Occurs widely, but only in combined form, esp. in the minerals zircon, (ZrSiO4), and baddeleyite, (ZrO2). Uses include resisting corrosion, as a structural material in nuclear reactors, as an alloying agent, deoxidizer, bonding agent, refractory material, and in low-temperature superconductive magnets.

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"Zirconium" is in the HS Code "2615"
  Niobium, Tantalum, Vanadium Or Zirconium Ores And Concentrates

"Zirconium" is in the UNSPSC Code "11101623"
  Zirconium ores
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