Metal and Alloys

# Word equation for zinc and oxygen?

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The Word Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is:

Zinc → Oxygen → Zinc oxide

And the Balanced Symbol Equation for Zinc and Oxygen is

2Zn → O2 → 2ZnO

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