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A quarter of the EU’s iron, zinc, and platinum consumption already comes from recycled materials, and the EU’s executive body plans to launch research on how the same principles might be applied to rare earths and other materials.

Around the magnets are cases of zinc, so perfect that they exclude all light from without.

Ointments of boracic acid, zinc, or iodoform are likewise useful when introduced through the nostril.

The largest stationery engine in the world is at the zinc mines at Friedenville, Pa.

It gives the characteristic reaction for zinc with Co(NO3)2.

The Elements of Blowpipe AnalysisFrederick Hutton Getman

One might also insert a strip of zinc after the cutting in of the letters and cut the length at once.

This should be made of zinc, and lined with cork that is held in place by zinc clips.

It may be deposited by electrolysis as in nickel plating, but the zinc coating is more apt to be porous.

Creative ChemistryEdwin E. Slosson

This zinc we find to be in a state of oxide and crumbling away in about three months.

However, it is agreed on all hands that when chloride of zinc is used it must be carefully washed off.

On Laboratory ArtsRichard Threlfall

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