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Zinc is a chemical element with the symbol Zn with the atomic number of 30, it is a silvery gray metal, and it is chemically similar to magnesium, because both elements exhibit the same oxidation state and it has five stable isotopes, and it is the 24th most abundant substance found in the earth's crust.

Zinc is also essential to human health, along with helping with human chemistry and metabolism, and the deficiency of it can cause serious problems.