Zinc ammonium chloride
Zinc ammonium chloride is commonly known as Flux, and is used for galvanizing steel. It is 60% ammonium chloride and 40% zinc chloride in it. The pH of zinc ammonium chloride should be 4.2. Zinc ammonium chloride is not to be confused with zinc ammonium carbonate. Zinc ammonium chloride is not nece...
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A very soluble salt used to increase the density of water to points more than double that of water. Normally added to a system first saturated with calcium chloride.
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A white crystalline compound. The anhydrous salt, which is deliquescent, can be made by the action of hydrogen chloride gas on hot zinc. It has a relatively low melting point and sublimes easily, indicating that it is a molecular compound rather than ionic. Various hydrates also exist. Zinc chloride...
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a white powder used as an antiseptic and antiperspirant
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ZnCl2;formerly used as a caustic for the removal of cutaneous cancers, nevi, etc., and in weak solution in the treatment of gonorrhoea and conjunctivitis. ... Synonym: butter of zinc. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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a salt used as a nutritional supplement in total parenteral nutrition and applied topically as an astringent and a desensitizer for dentin.
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(from the article `zinc`) ...compound in the production of zinc from its ores by the electrolytic process. It is used as a weed killer, in the manufacture of viscose rayon, ... Zinc sulfate and zinc chloride are used in a wide range of comparatively small-scale applications. The former is used in ag...
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ZnCl2 Molar mass: 136.315
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==Structure and properties== Four crystalline forms, (polymorphs), of ZnCl2 are known, α, β, γ, and δ, and in each case the Zn2+ ions are tetrahedrally coordinated to four chloride ions. Here a, b, and c are lattice constants, Z is the number of structure units per unit cell and ρ is the densi...
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Zinc chloride (formerly known as butter of zinc) is a white crystalline compound with the formula ZnCl2. The anhydrous salt, which is deliquescent, can be made by the action of hydrogen chloride gas on hot zinc. It has a relatively low melting point and sublimes easily, indicating that it is a molec...
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Type: Term Definitions: 1. formerly used as a caustic for the removal of cutaneous cancers, nevi, etc., and in weak solution in the treatment of gonorrhea and conjunctivitis. Synonyms: butter of zinc
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