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Diaper Rash most commonly occurs when the skin is irritated around the diaper area. It can be cause by a dry skin condition or not proper care of the genitals. The main causes of this is when the skin around is usually still wet and is not properly dried right away when putting the diaper or underwear back on. When the genitals still have urine and feces around it, and is not properly cleaned, the skin in the folds of the skin around the genitals will start to dry with the urine and feces. This will make the skin to become rather irritated.
When the urine is around the folds of the genital area, its high levels of pH make it so that the skin. It will break down the fecal urease and it will increase the skins acidity. Which in turn can promote the fecal enzymes. In studies it has shown that babies who wear clothe diapers are more pron to rashes. This being mostly because the material of the cloth causes the ability to absorb the bacteria and other fecal matter. Babies who wear disposable are pron to the gel materials to better protect them.
Zinc Oxide is a powder like substance with a chemical compound of ZnO which is insoluble to water. This compound can usually be found in a lot of products such as, plastics, ceramics, glass, cement, rubber, lubricants,paints, ointments, adhesives, sealants, pigments, foods, batteries, ferrites, fire retardants, and first aid tapes. ZnO can also be found in the Earth’s crust as a material of zincite. But most zinc oxide is used in today’s products synthetically. Zinc Oxide is a II-VI semi-conductor mostly because Zinc and Oxygen are in the 2nd and 6th group of the periodic table. The semi-conductor has many favorable properties: high electron mobility, wide bandgap, etc. As of 2009 ZnO has a great light emitting diodes.
Zinc Oxide reacts well with oils that will occur in it to produce corresponding carboxylates. It can also produce strong cement when mixed with a strong aqueous solution of zinc chloride. Zinc oxide can react violently with aluminum and magnesium powders, with chlorinated rubber and linseed oil on heating causing fire and explosion hazard.
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