Joined 2 years ago from Rio de Janeiro
My name is Segun Baraúna Fashina. I am graduated in Chemical Engineering from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, since 2017. I am also graduated in Civil Engineering from Souza Marques College, also in Rio de Janeiro. I am a private teacher in chemistry, mathematics and physics.I prepare students for higher learning and certification exams in the above subjects. I am also interested in the research field in diverse nature and scientific areas. Such fields include, animals, the study of diverse chemical elements and environmental sustainability amongst others. I hope that my articles will be of great interest to the potential public.Thank You.
15 months ago
Zirconium is a lustrous gray-white metal used in the chemical and nuclear industries. On exposure to air, it forms a white protective oxide film on its surface. Its high corrosion resistance to a wide variety of acids and bases is responsible for its wide extensive application in the industries.
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