Playwright David Hare adapted his three-character piece My zinc Bed for the small screen.
Plus, the beef delivers an extra dose of zinc, which protects against weakening of the immune system.
“What we made was zinc and aluminum die castings,” he told me last Friday in Lima, Ohio.
But the coolest part may have been what was placed inside a zinc case in the cornerstone.
And many are packed with nutrients like zinc, iron, and calcium.
The use of chloride of zinc is practically essential in this case.
The roof of the great porch of the kitchen-door was covered with zinc.
The Leclanché Cell is an open circuit cell in which carbon and zinc are the plates.
The letters were then transferred to the zinc by pressure, so as to be printed from.
In such a case, two, three, or more cells are connected so that the zinc of one is joined to the copper plate of the other.
1650s, from German Zink, perhaps related to Zinke "prong, point;" said to have been used first by Paracelsus (c.1526) on analogy of the form of its crystals after smelting. Zinke is from Old High German zint "a point, jag," from Proto-Germanic *tindja "tine" (cf. Old Norse tindr "point, top, summit," Old English tind "prong, spike;" cf. tine).
A metallic element that is brittle at room temperature but becomes malleable when heated. Atomic number 30; atomic weight 65.39; melting point 419.5°C; boiling point 907°C; specific gravity 7.133 (25°C); valence 2.
A shiny, bluish-white metallic element that is brittle at room temperature but is malleable when heated. It is used in alloys such as brass and bronze, as a coating for iron and steel, and in various household objects. Zinc is essential to human and animal growth. Atomic number 30; atomic weight 65.39; melting point 419.4°C; boiling point 907°C; specific gravity 7.133 (25°C); valence 2. See Periodic Table.