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No, it cannot be extracted this way as aluminium is a much stronger reducing agent than carbon and has greater affinity to oxygen. It is rather extracted by the process of electrolysis by passing electricity through molten aluminum ore which is bauxite mixed with cryolite.


The purpose is to lower the melting point and to dissolve bauxite.


when aluminium is mixed with sulphuric acid we get aluminium sulphate which is a salt


beacuse aluminium is light and strong and aluminuim doesnt rust so that makes the metals mixed with it bettter


Magnalium is an alloy magnesium-aluminium.


There are many different answers but some of the most common ones are:Aluminium is very expensive when being extractedAluminium on it's own is a soft metal, but it makes hard alloys. these can be used for planes, electricity cables, window frames, etc.


washing machine, cutlery, motorcycle fuel tanks, paint (when mixed with oil), aluminium foil etc.


An alloy of aluminum and chromium is marketed as Aluminum Chromium.


Yes. There are several alloys where aluminium is mixed with other metals.


Iron mixtured mixed with Aluminium oxide and potassium oxide.


As the mixed cans are passed beneath an electromagnet, the steels cans will be attracted and lifted up, leaving the aluminium cans behind.


You have to separate it from any other materials is been joined or mixed with.


To make bronze, smelt tin ore and copper ore.


HCl can be split into hydrogen and chlorine by subjecting it to electrolysis. If it is in an aqueous solution, you will get the chlorine mixed with oxygen.


because.................. it should be mixed !


Learnt them when i was small. Acid rain lowers the Ph of the water thus, affecting the aquatic life in it. Sometimes, in Acid rains, aluminium oxide gets mixed with it. As it reaches the fish's gills, a strong acid mixed with aluminium oxide goes in and blocks the fish's gills from any oxygenated water to pass in then out.


Bauxite is refined to alumina (aluminum oxide) by heating while mixed with sodium hydroxide, where the resultant soluble compound sodium aluminate can be removed from the ore. The aluminum hydroxide can be removed by neutralization or by seeding with Al(OH)3 crystals. This is called the Bayer process. The aluminum metal is separately removed from the alumina by electrolysis, where alumina is dissolved in molten cryolite and aluminum ions are removed at the cathode of a very large processing cell. This is called the Hall-Heroult process.


My performance received mixed reviews. Be certain that the powder and liquid have mixed well before you pour it into the frying pan.


"heat treatable aluminum alloy". There are usually other elements added as well, for various properties.


Alloy of a metal increases its hardness. Gold becomes hard when copper is mixed in it. Alloy of a metal gives it a different colour. An alloy of copper and aluminium (known as aluminium bronze) has a beautiful golden yellow colour. It is used for interior decoration.


Aluminum metal is too reactive chemically to occur as pure aluminum in nature. Instead, it is found combined in over 270 different minerals. The main ore from which aluminum is extracted is bauxite. Bauxite is usually strip mined because it is almost always found near the surface of the terrain, with little or no overburden. Approximately 95% of the world's bauxite production is processed first into alumina, and then into aluminium by electrolysis. Bauxite is converted to alumina by first heating it in a pressure vessel along with a sodium hydroxide solution at a temperature of 150 to 200 °C. At these temperatures, the aluminum in the bauxite is dissolved as an aluminate (the Bayer process). After separation from the residual mud (from which most of the aluminum has already been extracted) by filtering, pure gibbsite is precipitated when the liquid is cooled, and then seeded with fine-grained aluminium hydroxide. The gibbsite is usually converted into alumina (aluminum oxide, Al2O3), by heating. The alumina is then mixed with cryolite (Na3AlF6, sodium hexafluoroaluminate) and heated to about 1000 °C. The cryolite helps the alumina form a liquid solution. The aluminum is then separated by passing a lot of electricity through it (electrolysis). This separation is called the Hall--Héroult process after the men who developed it. Before the Hall--Héroult process was invented, producing aluminum was much more time consuming and expensive - to the point that aluminum dishes and utensils were considered more exotic and a mark of greater wealth than gold or silver dishes and utensils. Napoleon III, Emperor of France, is reputed to have given a banquet where the most honoured guests were given aluminum utensils, while the others made do with gold.


If you are talking about the Electrolysis Enhancer solution for the Kangen machines, the powder and or liquid is a specific mix of 13 different chemicals formulated to produce the strong alkaline and or acidic water. The chemicals must be mixed in several different machines including a specialized vacuum membrane extrusion machine.


no it is actually brown mixed with red mixed with orange.


Gold on the selves is actually an amalgam ( mixture of several metals) so it is mixed with aluminium, iron etc. In theory pure gold is malleable


yes it should as then it will be mixed properly.



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