Zinc.

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1. A bluish white crystalline metallic element of low to intermediate hardness that is ductile when pure but in the commercial form is brittle at ordinary temperatures and becomes ductile on slight heating. 2. Zinc, as galvanizing, is widely used as a protective coating for iron and steel. 3. Zinc is used extensively as paint pigment.

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