Galvanised Iron Sheets Have a Coating of-

  1. Zinc
  2. Chromium
  3. Tin
  4. Lead
Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 1st July 2015 in Chemistry.
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    Answer: (1) Zinc

    RE: Galvanised Iron Sheets Have a Coating of-


    Galvanized iron sheets have a  coating of Zinc. It is a process of coating steel or iron with Zinc. This process was developed in French & England in 1837. It protects the steel from the abrasive attack in moist atmospheres. The high grade galvanizing  used with the Zinc and the minimum quantity of zinc is 99.95%.
    The uses of Galvanized Iron-
    1. It is mostly used in agriculture.
    2. It is used in automobile sector as – the body part of truck, car and bus etc.
    3. It is use in construction of roofing, side walls and valley gutter etc.

    Anurag Mishra Professor Answered on 2nd July 2015.
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    Zinc

    mukesh Default Answered on 2nd July 2015.
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    ZINC

    Arijit Chatterjee Default Answered on 2nd July 2015.
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