The chemical or molecular formula for zinc acetate is C4H6O4Zn. This compound is a salt produced when zinc oxide is made to react with acetic acid. Zinc acetate can be used as an emetic, an astringent and a styptic. More »

Aubrey Organics Natural Sun Green Tea Sunscreen, All Terrain TerraSpot Face Stick and Elemental Herbs Sunstick Zinc Suncreen contain zinc oxide with high SPF. A few others include Karen’s Botanical Simple Sunblock Lotion... More »

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The chemical equation to describe the creation of zinc(II) sulfide can be written as Zn2+ + S2- → ZnS. Zn2+ represents a zinc ion with a charge of +2. S2− represents an ion of sulfur that carries a charge of -2. More »

The formula for iron(III) acetate is Fe(CH3CO2)3. It may also be written as Fe(C2H3O2)3, Fe(Ac)3 or C14H27Fe3O18. Iron(III) acetate is most often called basic iron acetate, along with basic iron(III) acetate and iron(III... More »

Zn(ClO3)2 is the chemical formula of zinc chlorate, the zinc salt of chloric acid. Its molar mass is 232.28 grams per mole, and its density is 2.15 grams per cubic centimeter. It exists as yellow hygroscopic crystals at ... More »

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"Al2S3" refers to aluminum sulfide, which is the formula for a colorless chemical that exists in several forms. It is made up of two atoms of aluminum and 3 atoms of sulfur. More »

The chemical equation or formula for rust is 4 Fe(OH)3(s). The formula represents the net result of a chemical reaction that occurs between iron, water and oxygen. Rust occurs not only on mostly pure iron but also on all... More »