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Aluminum sulfate contains aluminum, oxygen and sulfur.
I'm not an expert, but it probably contains aluminum. . .
On average 40% - 50% recycled aluminum
Yes. Magma often contains felsdpars, which contain aluminum.
Since aluminum is a chemical element it contains no other substances.
Aluminum is a pure substance. It is the thirteenth element in the periodic table. Aluminum is the only metal in a sample of aluminum, unless it contains impurities.
No. Aluminum nitride contains only aluminum and nitrogen. To be organic a compound must contain carbon.
Bauxite contains aluminum oxide, from which aluminum metal is refined.
Protons, neutrons, and electrons. Aluminum is an element and therefore contains no other element.
it's an ionic compound, which contains a metal (aluminum) and a nonmetal (chlorine)
Aluminum carbide contains two different kinds of atoms: aluminum and carbon. The formula unit or molecular formula for aluminum carbide is Al4C3.
Virtually every aircraft in the world
The formula for the compound aluminum sulfide is Al2S3. Each Al2S3 molecule contains 2 aluminum atoms and 3 sulfur atoms.
Aluminum is an element, so you could "technically" say aluminum is a metal all by itself. Problem is, pure aluminum is almost unusably soft and it's extremely reactive. All the aluminum you use is alloyed with other metals. A very popular aluminum alloy is 6061-T6, which contains aluminum, magnesium and silicon. The strongest aluminum alloy is 7068, which contains aluminum, copper, magnesium, zinc and zirconium along with trace metals iron, manganese, chromium and titanium.
It is ionic because it contains a metal (aluminum), and metals can only have ionic bonds.
No. To be considered organic a compound must contain carbon. Sodium aluminum silicate contains sodium, aluminum, silicon, and oxygen, but not carbon.
Aluminum is made from a clay called bauxite, which contains aluminum oxide, or alumina. The bauxite is then refined to separate the pure alumina out. The alumina is then electrified to produce liquid aluminum which is cast into aluminum ingots.
All aluminum reflects light well. Aluminum foil is made from an aluminum alloy which contains between 92 and 99 percent aluminum and therefor should be able to accept a good reflective finish..
No. Both are elements. So Aluminium contains only aluminium. Nickel contains only nickel.
Bauxite is the main source of aluminum. Albite is a feldspar mineral and is a sodium aluminum silicate All rocks contain other minerals.
Aluminum foil contains Aluminium. Aluminium is an element and as such is not a mixture of other elements or compounds.