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Zirconium is used in alloys such as zircaloy, which is used in nuclear applications since it does not readily absorb neutrons. Also used in catalytic converters, percussion caps and furnace bricks. Baddeleyite and impure zirconium (zirconia) are used in lab crucibles
The major end uses of zircon (ZrSiO4) are refractories, ceramic opacification and foundry sands. Zircon is also marketed as a natural gemstone used in jewelry. The metal also has many other uses, among them in photographic flashbulbs and surgical instruments, to make the glass for television, in the removal of residual gases from electronic vacuum tubes, and as a hardening agent in alloys, especially steel. The paper and packaging industries are finding that zirconium compounds make good surface coatings because they have excellent water resistance and strength
Zirconium in the environment:
Zirconium is not a particularly rare element but because its most common mineral, zircon, is highly resistant to weatering it is only slightly mobile in the environment
Zirconium is more than twice as abundant as copper and zinc and more than 10 times more abundant than lead. The chief ores are zircon (ZrSiO4), which is mined in Australia, USA and Sri Lanka, and baddeleyite (Zirconium oxide ZrO2) which is mined in Brasil
World production is in excess of 900.000 tonnes per year of zircon, and 7000 tonnes of the metal are produced. The estimated reserves exceed a billion tonnes
Australia, South Africa, India, Sri Lanka and the USA have vast deposits of zircon and zirconia sands