Zinc Carbonate Nanoparticles
Zinc Carbonate Nanoparticles are widely used. Zinc Carbonate is defined as white crystals which are insoluble to water but soluble to the alkalis and various other acids. Basically zinc carbonate contributes to the production of creams and ointments. Zinc carbonate is a chemical material with a ratio of 4.42 to 4.45, it is not capable of dissolving in alcohol or water, its soluble capacity is only applied in dilute acids, sodium hydroxides, and ammonia (slightly soluble). Its physical appearance is not specific, being found in deformed crystals or in fine amorphous or yellowish-white powders, with little or no odor, in addition to being tasteless. They are usually applied to products that contain transparent gums and EVA-type foaming agents with refraction indices similar to rubber. As for branches of medicines, some components of zinc carbonate are usually applied in treatments for patients with skin problems. They are applied in light latex and astringent products. Carbonate is also used as a raw material for the production of rayon, a compound used in the field of chemical fertilizers and pesticides. Furthermore, Zinc carbonate is also used in the production of some catalysts.