What name of raw material tht is used to make a aluminium?
You may be referring to Bauxite, which is the primary ingredient in making pure aluminium.
Aluminium and titanium alloys.
The original material was sheet steel.
Cryolite is used as flux - a material to make easy the dissolution of aluminium oxide before the electrolysis.
Aluminium is extracted from an ore called bauxite. In can be used as a raw material though, such as when alloys are made with aluminum additions. Aluminium is not found natuarally as aluminum.
because aluminium is extracted from bauxite
Most official rugby posts are made from rustproof aluminium posts. Hope this has helped answer your question =)
Brass aluminium alloy is using to make the car-key, because it's material and mechanical properties are possible for the car-key.
Alumina is the raw material for aluminium; also alumina is largely used as a refractory material, abrasive etc.
The base layer is polycarbonate plastic. Then an aluminium layer is sandwiched between this base layer and a protective (clear) acrylic coating.
glass epoxy hylam aluminium
because they felt like it
Can the manufacturer, Reynolds, please answer this question. The material used for this diamond brand aluminium foil might not be pure aluminium.
Wood and fabric were used before aluminium.
Aluminium is a light and strong material, making it useful for building a car with minimum weight to go fast.
Steel, titanium and aluminium are all used in jet engines.
what is material used for making dies in pressure die casting of alumionium alloys
An alloy of aluminium is used usually magnellium
Usually brass plated with nickel. Aluminium is also used.
Aluminium coated steel is a common diesel fuel tank material, as Aluminum is unaffected by diesel. Aluminium is metallurgically bonded to steel by hot dipping ; it protects the steel & won't flake off.
- Aluminium has good strength to weight ratio so can's can be made thinner (saving money as less material is used) yet still have the required strength. - Aluminium has a very low density, it is a light metal. - Aluminium is sufficiently resistant to corrosion. - Aluminium is cheaper. - Aluminium is 100 % recyclable.
Aluminium is extracted from an ore called bauxite. In can be used as a raw material though, such as when alloys are made with aluminium additions . Bauxite (aluminium ore), Sodium hydroxide to purify the ore, a huge amount of electricity and some graphite as an electrode.
Because aluminium is a cheap and very maleable material that is harmles to people.
Most of aircraft fuselages are made of aluminium alloys
to make products such as engineering. :)
to make soda cans.
aluminium is very good at conducting heat but iron no
Alloy aluminum is lighter in weight.
aluminium is ued to make parts of a train because it is malleable, has a high melting point and it has an oxide inert layer
Aluminium is used.
Aluminium is the worlds most abundant metallic element in the earths crust, and can be recycled without degradation of properties though some is lost. Aluminium's high scrap value and well established recycling infrastructure make it the most frequently recycled metal, so much that 73% of the aluminium ever produced is still in use today. Recycling is not a perfect process and ultimately it will be all used.
YAG is another term for yttrium aluminium garnet, a synthetic material used in lasers and formerly as an artificial gemstone.
Another name for the kettledrum is timpani. The traditional material used to make the base of a kettledrum is copper.
Because aluminium is not only cheaper but lighter. - Dave! Yognaut
Its light weight and resistnace to coorsion are important factors. The use worldwide differs. Aluminium alloy, coated aluminium wire are used. In the UK aluminium is not recommended for domestic use.
Aluminium itself is an element.
The answer is that you have to smelt poo.
Ductility is one of the imp properties of materials. There are many materials with high ductility. But most commonly used are GOLD, SILVER, COPPER, ALUMINIUM,etc. That is why we use these to make jewelers. Which need high ductile materials.........
this is because the alloy of aluminum is stronger than pure aluminum
LM6 Aluminium is an alloy of Silicon and Aluminium, often used in marine applications due to it's corrosion resistance.
Aluminium chlorohydrate is a group of salts having the general formula AlnCl(3n-m)(OH)m. It is used in deodorants and antiperspirants and as a flocculant in water purification. Aluminium hydroxychloride Aluminium chlorhydroxide Aluminium chloride basic Aluminium chlorohydrol Polyaluminium chloride (wikipedia)
Most familiar conductors are metallic. Copper is the most common material used for electrical wiring. Silver is the best conductor, but is expensive. Gold is used for high-quality surface-to-surface contacts. Aluminium too is a good conductor.
Aluminium is used for soda and beer cans.
Most trombones are made of brass hence the name brass instruments.
Aluminium is very light but strong material. Planes must be in minimum weight for disposal of fuel and engine power.
Because they help to preserve the food and prevent stuff from getting in contact with the food(example:insects)