Zinc Metal


Zinc (chemical symbol - Zn) is a bluish white lustrous metal. It is normally covered with a white coating on exposure to the atmosphere.

Zinc is the fourth most common metal in use, after iron, aluminium and copper in terms of the metal’s annual production. The primary end use of zinc is in the galvanizing and coating sectors, which currently account for an estimated 57% and 16% of the total production respectively.

Zinc can be recycled indefinitely, without loss of its physical or chemical properties & is used to produce batteries, fuel cells, die casting & making brass.

Zinc is used to produce batteries, fuel cells, die casting & making brass.

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Zinc

Zinc (Zn) is used to produce batteries, fuel cells, die casting & making brass.