Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various zinc metal and zinc compounds including:
Shapes: wire, powder, or customized
Purity: Up to 99.995%
Zinc / Aluminum Wire (Zn/Al Wire): Zn/Al 95/5, ZnAl 90/10, ZnAl 85/15, ZnAl 50/50
Zinc Oxide Powder: Micro or Nano, Up to 99.999%
Zinc (Zn), Indium Zinc Oxide (IZO), Zinc Oxide with Alumina (ZnO/Al2O3), Zinc Aluminum (Zn/Al), Copper Zinc (Cu/Zn), Tin Zinc (Sn/Zn), Zinc Copper (Zn/Cu), Zinc Tin (Zn/Sn), Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide (InGaZnOx), Zinc Oxide doped with Gallium Oxide (ZnO/Ga2O3), Zinc Sulfide (ZnS), Zinc Selenide (ZnSe), Zinc Telluride (ZnTe), Zinc Oxide (ZnO), Zinc Nitride (Zn3N2), Zinc Fluoride (ZnF2)
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Atomic number: 30
Atomic weight: 65.38
Element category: transition metal, alternatively considered a post-transition metal
Zinc is a lustrous, brittle, silvery-white metal. It is fairly reactive that will be oxidized or reacts with other non-metals.
Most zinc is used for galvanizing other metals (ex. Iron, steel) as an anti-corrosion agent. Other applications are in batteries, small non-structural castings, and alloys like brass or bronze.
Zinc also has a variety of compounds which is widely used in industries. Zinc oxide is often used as semiconductor material, catalyst, white pigment in paints, etc.
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