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Zinc Oxide (Zinc Oxide) is a synthetic inorganic white pigment, zinc oxide obtained by sublimation or oxidation of metallic zinc or by other means from zinc-containing waste. It is a white powder that turns yellow when heated. Crystals are colorless at room temperature. Zinc oxide mixes with all pigments, dissolves in acids and alkalis.
Zinc oxide is used as a filler and pigment in rubber, plastic and paint and varnish industries, as well as in the production of oil and alkyd paints , putties, as well as in the production of asbestos and rubber products.