Aluminum is a silvery-white metal, the 13 elements in the periodic table. The most common form of aluminum found in nature is aluminum sulfates. These are minerals that combine two sulphuric acids: one based on an alkaline metal (lithium, sodium, potassium rubidium or cesium) and one based on metal from the third group of the periodic table, primarily aluminum.
Aluminum sulfates are used to this day to clean water, for cooking, in medicine, in cosmetology, in the chemical industry, and in other sectors.
Top 10 Properties of Aluminium and Its Applications Due to its abundant reserves and excellent properties, aluminium is widely used in industry and our daily life. In this article, we will take a close look at the top 10 properties of aluminium and its applications. Top 10 Properties of Aluminium – 1. Low Density The density of aluminium […]
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Aluminum Alloy Cable VS Copper Cable The aluminum alloy power cable is a new type of material power cable invented by AA8030 series aluminum alloy material as a conductor by using special compaction technology and annealing treatment and other advanced technologies, while the copper cable is an electric cable with copper material as its conductor, […]
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