Zinc is the 24th element most abundant element in the Earth’s crust, and it has five stable isotopes. Its main ores of zinc are sphalerite and zinc sulfide (Zns).
The most productive areas of zinc in Australia, Asia and USA. Zinc production includes flotation for ore foam and final electric extraction such as zinc carbonate, zinc gluconate (a dietary supplement), zinc chloride (in deodorants), zinc (in dandruff shampoo), zinc sulfide (color enhancers) and methyl or ethyl zinc for use in organic dusts.
Zinc is a chemical element (zn) which locates in the periodic table between the first elements in transition metals series, and it considers one of the important elements for its multiple uses. Zinc, pronounced zingk and derivated from the German word “ziŋk” and also known as zinc smoke, is a chemical element with a formula Zn, and its atomic number is 30. It is the first element in the 12th group of the periodic table, and its properties are like magnesium as magnesium oxidation is like zinc +2 in size.