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Galvanising of sheet iron is done by dipping the sheet metal into molten A. Mercury B. Cadmium C. Lead D. Zinc


Galvanising of sheet iron is done by dipping the sheet metal into molten



A. Mercury

B. Cadmium

C. Lead

D. Zinc

Grade:upto college level

7 Answers

pranay nagrani
20 Points
7 years ago

D Zinc

Devank Tyagi
18 Points
7 years ago

D. Zinc

Shankhadeep Banerjee
16 Points
7 years ago

Zinc

shubham garg
35 Points
7 years ago

Galvinising of sheet iron is done by dipping the sheet metal into Zinc in order to prevent rusting.The zinc serves as a sacrificial anode, so that it cathodically protects exposed steel. This means that even if the coating is scratched  the exposed steel will still be protected from corrosion by the remaining zinc .


debjit das
18 Points
7 years ago
D
prince parihar
16 Points
7 years ago

option "D" zinc

aman kumar jha jha
36 Points
7 years ago
zinc beacuse it prevents the corrosion of iron

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