Zinc ethyl

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(Chem.) a colorless, transparent, poisonous liquid, composed of zinc and ethyl, which takes fire spontaneously on exposure to the atmosphere.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Resist 65 and Resist ZES are two-component, solvent based inorganic zinc ethyl silicate primers.
Seventy-five microns of zinc ethyl silicate with 86% zinc dust in dry film gave by far the lowest electrical potential.
The high performance shopprimers used today are based on zinc ethyl silicate.
The type of primer normally specified for new building has been zinc silicate followed by zinc ethyl silicate.
The corrosion protective properties of waterborne zinc alkali silicates are at the same level as solventborne zinc ethyl silicates that should be well known for offshore corrosion protection.
Other advantages both for zinc ethyl silicates and zinc alkali silicates are cathodic protection with no under rusting, excellent abrasion-, UV-, chemical- and heat resistance (400[degrees]C).

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