Zinc Carbonate

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Definition - What does Zinc Carbonate mean?

Zinc carbonate is a solid material that occurs in a solid white crystalline form. It is insoluble in water, which makes it a good protective material against corrosion, as either a coat or a lining.

Corrosionpedia explains Zinc Carbonate

Zinc carbonate presents significant hazardous potential to the environment due to its insolubility in water. Due to this, several regulations, licenses and detailed procedures are in place to ensure its proper application.

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