Oxidum zinci

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Oxidum zinci, pulvis albus. Alia nomina: Zincum album, nix album[1], calaminum, lana philosophica[1], album sinicum, florae zinci

Oxidum zinci est compositio inorganica cuius formula chemica est ZnO. ZnO est pulvis albus qui in aqua insolubilis est. Quem substantiae additae in numero materiarum merciumque adhibent, exempli gratia, plastica, fictilia, vitrum, ferrumen, unguen[2], unguenta, pigmenta, tincturae, cibi (zincum ad nutrimentum suppeditans), accumulatra, ferrita, ignem tardans, taeniae ad primam curationem. In natura adest in minerale zincito, sed plurimum oxidi zinci synthetice producitur.[3]

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  1. 1.0 1.1 Arny, Henry Vinecome (1917). Principles of Pharmacy (2nd ed.). W. B. Saunders company. p. 483 
  2. Hernandezbattez, A; Gonzalez, R; Viesca, J; Fernandez, J; Diazfernandez, J; MacHado, A; Chou, R; Riba, J (2008). "CuO, ZrO2 and ZnO nanoparticles as antiwear additive in oil lubricants". Wear 265 (3–4): 422 
  3. Marcel De Liedekerke (2006). "2.3. Zinc Oxide (Zinc White): Pigments, Inorganic, 1". Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry. Wiley-VCH