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Chemical Structure of Zinc
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What is the chemical structure of Zinc? Because I found this picture on Google Images


but the other pictures on google are so complex! They're like all different! I just want a chemical of structure of just zinc. thanks!

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Chemical Structure of Zinc
Feb 13, 2011

Nurse, zinc is an element. What you've shown is a carbohydrate. Zinc is represented as Zn and that's it. Elements / single atoms do not have structures as they are too small to be visualized using technology.



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