Talk:Zinc–zinc oxide cycle

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I renamed Zinc zinc-oxide cycle to Zinc-zinc oxide cycle because typically, in copper-chlorine cycle or similar, the generic "A-B cycle" is between A and B. Here, A is zinc and B is zinc oxide, so the hyphen belongs between "zinc" and "zinc oxide". A Google search found various ways of writing it, including the one I used now. Crystal whacker (talk) 23:54, 20 January 2009 (UTC)

Article is Biased[edit]

This article is biased towards solar power. It only describes solar power as the heat source for the reaction. Why couldn't another heat source (such as coal, nuclear, or oil, etc...) be used instead to drive the reaction? Any heat source should work.

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