The Chemical Of Aluminium Oxide

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Various forms of aluminium oxides are used in different applications. Aluminium oxide is most commonly used in the production of metallic aluminum. It also serves as a cutting tool and an abrasive.

Corundum is the most common naturally occurring crystalline form of aluminum oxide. It has a trigonal Bravais lattice. It has a distinctive coloring due to trace impurities.

Aluminium oxide is used in a number of industries, including aerospace, optics, and glass. It is also used in the formation of precious gems. It is also used in the production of high-temperature furnace insulation.

Aluminum oxide is used in the production of a number of industrial ceramics. Alumina is used as an abrasive, as a filler in plastics, bricks, and heavy clayware. It is also used as an active agent in chemical processing. It is also used as a starting material for aluminum metal.

It is also used in the manufacture of ceramics for biomedical and electronic applications. It is also used as a replacement for industrial diamonds. It has a number of advantages over diamonds. It is less toxic, bio-inert, and chemically inert. It has good mechanical properties and it can be machined into hard materials.

It is also used as an adsorbent. It has a specific surface area of between 50 and 250 m2 g-1. It is the second most common adsorbent. It is prepared by low-temperature dehydration. It is available in activated, neutral, and acidic formulations. It is also available in flash grade.

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