no, alkaline earth metals are only in group 2 on the periodic table. nickel is a transitional metal
The answer is yes. Because it is not made naturally. It is made by two different chemical mixtures bonding together.
No. Nitrogen is not a metal at all but rather a nonmetal.
It is actually a transition metal so it is neither an alkali metal nor an alkaline earth metal.
No, sodium is an alkali metal.
no it is a transition metal
The zinc oxide (ZnO) is the most used white pigment. Zinc (as metal) is used for plating iron alloys.
This is the coating of METAL (USUALLY STEEL) with ZINC It can be applied in several ways.
Cassiterite is the main ore of Tin.
There are three main materials of which carburetors are made: cast iron, zinc and aluminum. Starting in the 30's, cast iron started to be replaced by zinc and in the late 50's, aluminum replaced a lot (but not all) zinc.In most cases, cast iron is finished in black oxidethough it's sometimes painted black. Carter recommended a special black carburetor paint when rebuilding a carb. Thus, while carbs like the W-1 Carter were originally black oxide finished cast iron, many of them are now - correctly - a semi-gloss black.Rochester carbs also used cast iron in the throttle body section. This part was always black oxide and there was no factory paint recommendation.The most well-known carburetor material is olive-green colored zinc. Zinc itself is a bright silvery metal that reacts with air and water to make a powdery white material often called 'white rust' . To prevent this, carburetor parts are treated in the factory with a chromic acid solution, which forms a thin layer of 'zinc chromate' on the surface of the metal. This very effectively protects the metal underneath from being damaged by water or air. This is why carburetors are usually green!
how to maintain hardness of wire ,before zinc polish or we can maintain after zinc polish.
Zinc is not an alkali metal. All alkali metals are found in the first vertical column of the periodic table, Zinc is found in the 12th column.
magnesium is an alkaline earth metal. silver, copper, lead, zinc, and iron are transition metals. alkaline earths are naturally more reactive then transition metals.
Many metals including alkali metals, alkali earth metals, chromium, nickel and zinc react with dilute hydrochloric acid.
Zn is a semi metal and reacts with acid as well as with alkali. Zn + 2NaOH ---------> Na2ZnO2 + H2
Any metal element higher in the electromotive series than iron can replace iron in a compound during a single replacement. Metals higher in the electromotive series than iron include all the alkali and alkaline earth metals along with others such as aluminum and zinc.
No they do not- some react more than others to different element like potassium reacts more than copper, copper reacts more than zinc etc. You could see by looking up experiments online thank you for reading my answer.
An alkali is a soluble base, and zinc hydroxide is insoluble, so it is a base.
alkaline zinc plating is less expensive to prepare and maintain , and it do not cause pollution as cyanide zinc plating.
An amphoteric metal oxide is the oxide of a metal that can form either simple metal cations or oxyanions, depending on reaction conditions. If zinc oxide is reacted with a stong acid, a simple zinc salt including the anion of the reacting acid will form. In contrast, if zinc oxide is reacted with a strong alkali, a zincate salt containing the anion ZnO2-2 along with the cation of the strong alkali will result.
To make zinc powder from zinc metal, the zinc metal will have to be crushed.
Yes, zinc is a metal.
No, zinc is most definitely a metal.