zinc chloride


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zinc chloride

n.
A white, deliquescent crystalline compound, ZnCl2, used as a wood preservative, a disinfectant, a soldering flux, and for a variety of industrial purposes, including the manufacture of cements and paper parchment.

zinc chloride

n
(Elements & Compounds) a white odourless soluble poisonous granular solid used in manufacturing parchment paper and vulcanized fibre and in preserving wood. It is also a soldering flux, embalming agent, and a medical astringent and antiseptic. Formula: ZnCl2. Also called: butter of zinc

zinc′ chlo′ride


n.
a poisonous solid substance, ZnCl2, used as a wood preservative, in deodorants and antiseptics, and in a variety of manufacturing processes.
[1880–85]
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The remaining eight chemicals (boric acid, potassium hydroxide, triethanolamine, zinc chloride, potassium fluoride, calcium alkylaryl sulfonate, sodium nitrite, and sulfamic acid) showed color changes only when the initial concentration was high.
After 30 days of zinc chloride exposure, the fish were sacrificed and their gills isolated for the estimation of enzyme assay.
The objectives of this work were to present data on the absorption of water by cured epoxy resin prepared by amidolysis of oxirane of epoxidized sesame and cottonseed oil catalyzed by zinc chloride. Other variables investigated were the level of zinc chloride and temperature.
The TGA thermal degradation of the resins in nitrogen environment showed three peaks ranging from 190[degrees]C to 447[degrees]C depending on the protein type and the level of zinc chloride. Although resins containing 3 g zinc chloride should be more tolerating to heat degradation elicited by cross-linking, that was not true for millet protein resin, where the 2 g zinc chloride started degrading at higher temperature.
A solution of ferene (0.1 mmol, 0.0494 g) in methanol (4.0 [cm.sup.3]) was added to zinc chloride (0.1 mmol, 0.0140 g) in methanol (1.0 [cm.sup.3]).
Zinc and titanium-doped zinc complexes (ZZ and ZT, where Z = Zn and T = Ti) were prepared from zinc chloride and titanium chloride using Averrhoa carambola juice as the source of the precipitating agent.
Table I.- Effect of different concentrations of zinc chloride on peroxidase activity (UmL-1) of liver and kidney of Labeo rohita.
It is comprised of one or more cosmetically acceptable particulates coated with a hydrophobic materia] that is comprised of at least one fatty acid, at least one acyl amino acid and zinc chloride; at least one binder for the particulates that contains at least one silicone resin selected from the group consisting of silanes, siloxanes, siloxy-silicates and silsesquioxanes; and an oil-attracting heteropolymer having a protein backbone with lipophilic sidechains.