a white or yellowish-white, amorphous, odorless, water-insoluble powder, ZnO, used chiefly as a paint pigment, in cosmetics, dental cements, matches, white printing inks, and opaque glass, and in medicine in the treatment of skin conditions.
We've covered this catalyst before being used with zinc oxide, but this is the first demonstration with silicon.
Applying zinc oxide and moisturizer around the treated area can protect healthy skin.
Tips to prevent future outbreaks include applying a sunblock or lip balm containing zinc oxide to the lips when you're outdoors.
Topical antibiotics, saline or zinc oxide dressings, or cocoa butter or oil are also used depending on severity.
Rod was covered with stubble and silt from the river, and he had zinc oxide smeared all over his lips.
For recharging, the process is reversed: zinc oxide is converted back to zinc and oxygen is released at the air electrode.
For decades, sunscreen was whitish and opaque because of the properties of one of its chief ingredients, zinc oxide.
British Dictionary definitions for zinc oxide
a white insoluble powder used as a pigment in paints (zinc white or Chinese white), cosmetics, glass, and printing inks. It is an antiseptic and astringent and is used in making zinc ointment. Formula: ZnO Also called flowers of zinc, philosopher's wool