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zinc salt

A bluish-white metal used to make various containers and to galvanize iron to prevent rust. The most commonly used compounds are zinc oxide as a pigment for paints and ointments. The salts also are used as a wood preservative, in soldering, in medicine to neutralize tissue, and in dilute solutions as an astringent and emetic.
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In intracellular synthesis, fungal biomass is incubated for a particular time period in dark along with a zinc salt solution, while in extracellular synthesis fungal filtrates are treated with the precursor solution and synthesis is assessed [75].
Human oral retention of zinc from mouthwashes containing zinc salts and its relevance to dental plaque control.
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The Function of Zinc Salt. The solution viscosity can be elevated by using relatively high concentration of zinc salt, which causes halfway transfer of the nutrients and impedes the dehydration of zinc ligands.
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The masterbatch consists of the zinc salt, cure retarders and viscosity reduction agents of a proprietary nature.
The abbreviations represent the assay of the pentachlorothiophenol (P) or the corresponding zinc salt (ZP) as a percentage by weight and the assay of the proprietary booster (FeHe) in parts per hundred thousand.
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Increasing consumptions of calcium salts, ammonium phosphate, nitrates, and zinc salts among other inorganic salts in the agrochemicals sector can be attributed towards the market growth.
It is clear from the above data that strain S2 and YIC are showing very promising results when used alone and when used in combination with Zinc salts.