Recommended specifications for leaded zinc oxide, dry and paste.
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Recommended specifications for leaded zinc oxide, dry and paste.

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Published by Govt. Print. Off. in [Washington .
Written in English


  • Zinc oxide -- Standards.

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Other titlesLeaded zinc oxide, dry and paste.
StatementPrepared and recommended by the U.S. Interdepartmental Committee on Paint Specification Standardization, January 12, 1920.
SeriesCircular of the Bureau of Standards ;, no. 88
LC ClassificationsQC100 .U555 no. 88
The Physical Object
Pagination8 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6630704M
LC Control Number20026200

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This specification covers the pigments commercially known as “zinc white” or zinc oxide. The pigments may be purchased in the dry form or as a paste in oil. Note 1: Zinc oxides are used in many industries. For additional information, see Classification and Test Methods for descriptions of zinc oxide use in rubber compounding.   Clean the diaper area and allow to dry. Apply liberal amount topically with each diaper change. Usual Pediatric Dose for Dermatologic Lesion. Zinc oxide topical 30% ointment: Apply topically to affected area as needed. Usual Pediatric Dose for Diaper Rash. Zinc oxide topical 10% cream: Zinc oxide topical 10% ointment: Zinc oxide topical 13% cream:9/ Must not contain lime in any form. In other words it may consist in the pigment portion of 40 parts by weight of American zinc oxide, 5 parts dry red lead and 55 parts of mineral brown, such as will give the shade desired by the service. Usual proportion of pigment in the paste 78 to .   Apply a thin layer to the affected area and rub in gently. To treat diaper rash, use zinc oxide topical each time the diaper is changed. Also apply the medicine at bedtime or whenever there will be a long period of time between diaper changes. Change wet diapers as soon as possible. Keep the diaper area clean and dry.9/

From tires and rubber to plastics and chemicals, zinc oxide is used in products people use every day. U.S. Zinc is a leading producer of zinc oxide providing supply security in the U.S. with two oxide plants in Tennessee featuring a combined capacity of 78, metric . The powder is basically zinc oxide, with up to 8% of other zinc salts (acetate, propionate, or succinate) as accelerators. Rosin (abietic acid) is added to reduce brittleness and increase working time and strength. The liquid contains eugenol (4-allylmethoxy phenol), a weak acid. Acetic acid (up to 2%) is added as accelerator. In two-paste. Page - Department specifications demand that white lead shall not contain 'acetate in excess of fifteen one-hundredths of 1 per cent, of glacial acetic acid.' Thompson's method* is as follows: " 'Eighteen grams of the dry white lead are placed in a cc flask, this flask being arranged for connection with a steam supply and also with an ordinary Liebig condenser. Zinc Oxide (ZnO) 95%% Main Lead (PbO) specifications for specific composition limits. *- All grades are below these values but some have lower limitsFile Size: KB.

The zinc oxide-eugenol impression pastes have been available to the profession since the 's and have become increasingly popular in impression procedures in denture prosthesis. Before this time, mixtures of zinc oxide and eugenol were used as dental cements, being mentioned for this purpose in the literature as early as ,1 and. Exposure to high levels of cadmium over a long time can lead to kidney failure. Zinc is LIKELY SAFE when taken by mouth appropriately in the recommended amounts. Zinc is A zinc oxide paste.   Student of MVROP P.T. class making zinc oxide paste for sun protectant and a stock prep for diaper rash ointment. Recommended by a friend. Equiderma™ Zinc Oxide Paste for Pastern Dermatitis and Sunburn Use as an effective first aid treatment for pastern dermatitis, which is commonly known as scratches, greasy heel, dew poisoning or mud fever. It is also effective on skin problems associated with sunburn/5(11).