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*  Zinc finger inhibitor
... s, or zinc ejectors, are substances or compounds that interact adversely with zinc fingers and cause them ... It ejects the zinc from the zinc binding sites in a two steps. The zinc in the carboxyl-terminal zinc finger is released first ... NV038, like other zinc ejector compounds, chelates zinc to remove it from its binding site. However, it is thought to act ... In the same manner as ADA, the compounds interact with an 18-residue polypeptide on the N terminal zinc knuckle region of the ...
*  Zinc oxide
... is an inorganic compound with the formula ZnO. ZnO is a white powder that is insoluble in water, and it is widely ... nitride List of inorganic pigments Zinc Zinc oxide eugenol Zinc peroxide Zinc smelting Zinc-air battery Zinc-zinc oxide cycle " ... Zinc oxide itself is non-toxic; however it is hazardous to inhale zinc oxide fumes, as generated when zinc or zinc alloys are ... The zinc oxide is thought to have been produced by heating zinc ore in a shaft furnace. This liberated metallic zinc as a vapor ...
*  Zincate
In the naming of inorganic compounds zincate is a suffix that indicates that a polyatomic anion contains a central zinc atom. ... H2O an alkali solution prepared from dissolving zinc metal, zinc hydroxide or zinc oxide which contains various anionic species ... an oxide containing zinc and a less electronegative element e.g. Na2ZnO2,(see -ate complex). a commercially available zinc ... It is an ore of Zinc. Examples include calcium zincate CaZn(OH)4.2H2O or Na2Zn(OH)4 or the polymeric anion [Zn(OH)3−] in for ...
*  Compounds of zinc
Other binary compounds of zinc include zinc peroxide ZnO 2, zinc hydride ZnH 2, and zinc carbide ZnC 2. Zinc nitrate Zn(NO 3) 2 ... Cadmium zinc telluride Mercury cadmium telluride Zinc gluconate Zinc pyrithione Zinc ricinoleate Zinc stearate Zinc pest ... zinc molybdate ZnMoO 4 (used as white pigment), zinc chromate ZnCrO 4 (one of the few colored zinc compounds), zinc arsenite Zn ... Compounds of zinc are chemical compounds containing the element zinc which is a member of the group 12 of the periodic table. ...
*  Post-transition metal
Many zinc compounds are markedly covalent in character. The oxide and hydroxide of zinc in its preferred oxidation state of +2 ... Zinc forms Zintl phases such as LiZn, NaZn13 and BaZn13. Highly purified zinc, at room temperature, is ductile. It reacts with ... all such compounds of gold feature covalent bonding, as do its stable +1 compounds. Gold oxide (Au2O3) is amphoteric, with ... In their +1 compounds (the stable state for silver; less so for copper) they are typical B-subgroup metals. In their +2 and +3 ...
*  Zinc bromide
ISBN 0-07-049439-8. "Zinc Bromide". Chemicalland21. Rohe, D. M.; Wolf, H. U. (2005). "Zinc Compounds". Ullmann's Encyclopedia ... Safety considerations are similar to those for zinc chloride, for which the toxic dose for humans is 3-5 g. Zinc chloride Zinc ... Zinc bromide (ZnBr2) is an inorganic compound with the chemical formula ZnBr2. It is a colourless salt that shares many ... Zinc bromide is used in the following applications: In organic chemistry as a Lewis acid. It is the electrolyte in the zinc ...
*  Oligodynamic effect
"Zinc Compounds", Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry (7th ed.), Wiley, pp. 1-6, doi:10.1002/14356007.a28_537 Rankin ... Galvanized (zinc-coated) fittings on roofs impede the growth of algae. Copper- and zinc-treated shingles are available. Zinc ... Zinc oxide is used as a weak antiseptic (and sunscreen), and in paints as a white pigment and mold-growth inhibitor. Zinc ... Thallium compounds such as thallium sulfate have been used for impregnating wood and leather to kill fungal spores and bacteria ...
*  Hypoallergenic dog food
CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link) Hazell, Terrence (1982). "Iron and zinc compounds in the muscle meats of beef, ... Zinc also plays a role in mitigating inflammatory and immune reactions. Zinc can be found supplemented as a mineral in the diet ... These compounds scavenge for free radicals, protecting cell membranes from damage caused by lipid oxidation. This is beneficial ... Compounds called fructooligosaccharides (FOS) are found in various soluble fibers, which aid in promoting intestinal health. ...
*  Chironex fleckeri
It was postulated that a zinc compound may be developed as an antidote. Occasionally, swimmers who get stung will undergo ...
*  Box jellyfish
It was postulated that a zinc compound may be developed as an antidote. In Australia, C. fleckeri has caused at least 64 deaths ...
*  Friedrich Stromeyer
While studying compounds of zinc, Stromeyer discovered the element cadmium in 1817; cadmium is a common impurity of zinc ... compounds, though often found only in minute quantities. He was also the first to recommend starch as a reagent for free iodine ...
*  Diethylzinc
Edward Frankland first reported the compound in 1848 from zinc and ethyl iodide, the first organozinc compound discovered. He ... 1 mixture of ethyl iodide and ethyl bromide with a zinc-copper couple, a source of reactive zinc. The compound crystallizes in ... E. Frankland, B. F. Duppa (1864). "On a new reaction for the production of the zinc-compounds of the alkyl-radical". Journal of ... Diethylzinc (C2H5)2Zn, or DEZ, is a highly pyrophoric organozinc compound consisting of a zinc center bound to two ethyl groups ...
*  David Newsome
Oral zinc in macular degenerations. Arch Ophthalmol 106:192-198, 1988 Tate Jr., DJ, Newsome DA. A novel zinc compound (Zinc- ... Oral zinc in macular degenerations. Arch Ophthalmol 106:192-198, 1988 D A Newsome, T F Linsenmayer, and R L Trelstad, Vitreous ... He studied the treatment of age-related macular degeneration and proposed the usefulness of zinc supplements to slow the rate ... A randomized prospective, placebo controlled clinical trial of a novel zinc-monocysteine material in age-related macular ...
*  Dental health diets for dogs
Zinc compounds, more specifically zinc ascorbate, also play a role in preventing plaque accumulation due to antimicrobial ... These compounds are able to work on the whole mouth including between teeth and all the way up to the gum line, and is not ... Chemical compounds such as anti-microbial elements are added to some dental diets to directly target the oral cavity in order ... Zinc salts inhibit bacterial growth by binding to sulfur to control plaque formation, as well as reduce foul oral odours. ...
*  Two-stroke oil
Zinc compounds). Some of the higher quality include a fuel stabilizer as well. API-TC Nunney, Malcom J. (2007). Light and Heavy ...
*  Mum (deodorant)
Containing a zinc compound as its active ingredient, it was developed and patented by Edna Murphey in Philadelphia in 1888. It ...
*  Ei-ichi Negishi
He discovered Negishi coupling which condenses organic zinc compound and organic halide under palladium or nickel catalyst to ... Negishi have also reported that organoaluminum compounds and organic zirconium compounds can be used for cross-coupling. He has ...
*  Alexander Mikhaylovich Zaytsev
Reformatskii's work, which used the zinc compounds from alpha-bromoesters, led to the discovery of a synthetic reaction (the ... He worked on organic compounds and proposed Zaitsev's rule, which predicts the product composition of an elimination reaction. ... English title: 'The order of addition and of elimination of hydrogen and iodine in organic compounds'.. ...
*  Passivation (chemistry)
As the uncoated surface is water-soluble, a preferred method is to form manganese or zinc compounds by a process commonly known ... Some compounds, dissolving in solutions (chromates, molybdates) form non-reactive and low solubility films on metal surfaces. ... Chromate conversion is a common way of passivating not only aluminum, but also zinc, cadmium, copper, silver, magnesium, and ... zinc, titanium, and silicon (a metalloid); the shell of corrosion inhibits deeper corrosion, and operates as one form ...
*  Asymmetric addition of dialkylzinc compounds to aldehydes
In asymmetric addition of dialkylzinc compounds to aldehydes dialkyl zinc compounds can be used to perform asymmetric additions ... Dimethyl zinc is often used with an asymmetric amino alcohol, amino thiol, or other ligand to affect enantioselective additions ... Martens and colleagues have used azetidine alcohols as ligands for asymmetric zinc additions. The researchers found that when ... the system displays autocatalysis because the product alcohol itself acts as an asymmetric ligand on zinc. Pu, L.; Yu, H. Chem ...
*  Piroctone olamine
It is often used in anti-dandruff shampoo as a replacement for the commonly used compound zinc pyrithione. Dubini F, Bellotti ... Piroctone olamine (INN; also known as piroctone ethanolamine; brand name Octopirox) is a compound sometimes used in the ...
*  Zinc peroxide
It was noted that ZnO2 was preferable to the usage of barium compounds, as it was deemed to be less toxic. The zinc compound ... Zinc peroxide can be synthesized through the reaction of zinc chloride and hydrogen peroxide. zinc hydroxide is reacted with a ... "ESR Studies on Zinc Peroxide and Zinc Oxide Obtained from a Decomposition of Zinc Peroxide". J. Phys. Chem. 75 (20): 3089-3092 ... unlike in the preparation of copper peroxide the zinc ion does not cause the peroxide to decompose. Since the 1930s zinc ...
*  Tetrafluoroberyllate
Similar formula compounds have magnesium or zinc in a similar position. e.g. K2MgF4 or (NH4)2ZnF4 but these are not as stable. ... Complex Compounds of Zinc and Cadmium Fluoberyllate with Organic Bases". Zeitschrift für anorganische und allgemeine Chemie. ... The thallium compound can cut growth on the 001 axis by 99%. The Tuttons salt (NH4)2Mn(BeF4)2.6(H2O) is made from a solution of ... Therefore, many compounds that contain sulfate, have equivalents with tetrafluoroberyllate. Examples of these are the ...
*  Zinc protoporphyrin
... (ZPP) is a compound found in red blood cells when heme production is inhibited by lead and/or by lack of ... Porphyrin compounds containing zinc have been known since the 1930s. They became of more than academic interest with the ... Verschoor M, Herber R, Zielhuis R, Wibowo A (1987). "Zinc protoporphyrin as an indicator of lead exposure: precision of zinc ... Measurement of zinc protoporphyrin in red cells has been used as a screening test for lead poisoning. and for iron deficiency. ...
*  Zinc L-aspartate
Compounds of zinc Technical dossier, 2005f[clarification needed] "SCIENTIFIC OPINION. Magnesium aspartate, potassium aspartate ... Zinc L-aspartate, often simply called zinc aspartate, is a chelated zinc supplement. Zinc aspartate is a salt of zinc with the ... Zinc aspartate is a white crystalline powder. It is soluble in dilute hydrochloric acid and insoluble in water. There are no ... It is assumed that the reported solubility of zinc aspartate in diluted hydrochloric acid will allow its dissociation and ...
*  Sulfide
... is also used non-systematically, to describe compounds which release hydrogen sulfide upon acidification, or a compound ... zinc sulfide), and pyrite (iron disulfide), and chalcopyrite (iron-copper sulfide). Dissolved free sulfides (H2S, HS− and S2−) ... Sulfide compounds can be prepared in several different ways: Direct combination of elements: Example: Fe(s) + S(s) → FeS(s) ... The preferred descriptor for such SH-containing compounds is thiol or mercaptan, i.e. methanethiol, or methyl mercaptan. ...
*  Organozinc compound
The first such compound, decamethyldizincocene, was reported in 2004. Compounds of zinc Compounds of carbon with other elements ... Zinc-copper couple is commonly used to activate zinc. Organozinc compounds derived from methylene bromide or iodide can ... The zinc must be activated to facilitate this redox reaction. One of such activated form of zinc employed by Frankland is zinc- ... The reaction is effected with zinc. The key zinc-intermediate formed is a carbenoid (iodomethyl)zinc iodide which reacts with ...