3003 aluminum coil for ACP, Color Coated

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Grade: 3000 Series Surface Treatment: Mill Finish,Color Coated Shape: Roll
Temper: O-H112 Application: Decorations

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3003 aluminum coil for ACP, Color Coated


Product Information

Item3003 aluminum coil for ACP, Aluminum Composite Panel, color coated
Alloy Grade1100, 3003, 5005 
Thickness0.3mm~ 3mm 
Width30mm~1850mm
Exported Area
USA,UAE, Europe, Asia, Middle East, Africa, South America
Min trial order2.5 ton each size
Tolerance+2/0mm,thickness tolerance :+0.02/-0.02mm (or according to customers' request)


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Packaging detail: Sea Worthy Wooden pallet

Delivery detail: About 25 days

3003 aluminum coil for ACP, Color Coated


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CNBM International Corporation, China National Building Materials (Group) Corporation, is one of the largest companies in China building material & equipment industry, with 42,800 employees and sales in 2005 of US Dollar 4.395 billion. In 2006, China National Building Material Company Limited was listed on Hong Kong Stock Market with the stock code as 3323. 
Aluminium Products have been our featured products. We have specialized in aluminium products for about a decade and have sold our good quality aluminium products to the worldwide.  

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Q:Removing electrons from Aluminum?
One approach to this can use the density of aluminum to find the mass of the1 cm³ block. The density of aluminum is 2.70-g/cm³ so your cube has a mas of 2.70-g. The number of aluminum atoms in this block is: 2.7-g Al x (1 mol Al / 27.0-g Al) x (6.023 X 10²³ atoms Al / 1 mol Al) = 6.023 x 10²² atoms Al. Each Al, as you pointed out, contains 13 electrons so we have 6.023 x 10²² atoms Al x 13 electron/atom = 7.83 x 10²³ electrons. 1 x 10¹² pC = 1 C and 1 C = 6.24 x 10¹⁸ electrons=== 1.5 pC x (1C / 1 x 10¹² pC) x ( 6.24 x 10¹⁸ electrons / 1 C) = 9.36 x 10⁶ electrons a.) % removed = 9.36 x 10⁶ / 7.83 x 10²³ x 100% = 1.2 x 10⁻¹⁵ % b.) Each electron has a mass of 9.11 x 10⁻²⁸-g , so the total mass removed =9.11 x 10⁻²⁸-g/elec x 9.36 x 10⁶ electrons = 8.53 x 10⁻¹⁴-g. Thus the % decrease is (8.53 x 10⁻¹⁴-g/ 2.7-g) x 100% = 3.16 x 10⁻¹² %
Q:a calculation for aluminium and copper wires?
Copper has lower resistance per unit volume, ie, a 1 cm diameter copper wire has less resistance than a 1 cm aluminum wire. BUT, aluminum is much lighter than Cu for the same diameter. If you used an aluminum wire that weighs the same as the 1 cm diameter copper wire, it would have LOWER resistance. And that is why aluminum is used in power transmission, and also in aircraft, where weight is important. to do this you calculate density resistivity which is (resistivity x density). Here is a partial table: Al 28.2e-9 Ω-m * 2700 kg/m³ = 76e-6 Ω-kg/m² Cu 17.2e-9 Ω-m * 8960 kg/m³ = 154e-6 Ω-kg/m² Ag 15.9e-9 Ω-m * 10500 kg/m³ = 167e-6 Ω-kg/m² Au 22.14e-9 Ω-m * 19300 kg/m³ = 427e-6 Ω-kg/m² Zn 68e-9 Ω-m * 7130 kg/m³ = 485-6 Ω-kg/m² Fe 100e-9 Ω-m * 7870 kg/m³ = 787e-6 Ω-kg/m² Note that Al is half that of Cu.
Q:Explain these statements about Aluminium.?
a) Aluminium forms oxide on its surface thus protecting it. This protective oxides help the inner part being corroded / reacted . Its highly maliable and dectile property is also good. Thats why !!!!!!!! b) For making thermal insulators, i think, thin layers (maliability) of aluminium is using, where in between the layers the trapped air which is a poor thermal conductors, which gives the property.
Q:Powdered aluminum is used in the thermite reaction for welding metals.?
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Q:What is the chemical formula of aluminum reacting with oxygen?
You are right about aluminum having 3 valence electrons, but oxygen has 6. Oxygen wants two more to get to 8. So the ions are Al +3 and O-2. The formula is Al2O3
Q:A 22.0 g piece of aluminum at 0.3°C is dropped into a beaker of water.?
The specific heat of Aluminum is 0.215 cal/g-°C. The calories absorbed (q) would be q = m * c * (T2 -T1) = 22.0 g * 0.215 cal/g-°C * (78.0 °C - 0.3 °C) If you have a different value for the Specific heat of Aluminum, use it in the formula for your calculations. If you knew the mass of the water, you could check your calculations because the heat gained by the Al would be equal to the heat lost by the water, using q = m * c * (T2 -T1), where m is the mass of the water, c = 1.00 calorie/gram °C, T2 = 78.0 °C and T1 = 93.0 °C. The sign of q will be negative.
Q:My roll of aluminum foil was steaming?
Aluminium is one of the best conductors of heat so the effect may have been a rare entropic incident where the water rapidly evaporated due to the warmth of the air. What's more likely is that the aluminium was exposed to the water and the rain was slightly penetrative. Aluminium usually has aluminium oxide protection to protect against corrosion and reaction but something may have depleted that layer causing a reaction and the gas you saw steaming wasn't water but hydrogen gas.
Q:Why the aluminum sheet crack after?
What I want to add is to choose such welding wires as 5383 or 5183 wire whose magnesium content is higher than 5754 wire. The loss of magnesium due to high temperature in welding process may reduce the intensity of welding area.
Q:PLEASE HELP! aluminum?!?!?
Aluminum is indeed very bad for us. I avoid drinking from aluminum cans and using foil. Also, anyone using a microwave should definitely use glass dishes that are microwave safe. It is important to never use plastic wrap or plastic dishes in the microwave because carcinogens are released when the plastic is heated up. It basically cooks the toxins right into your food.
Q:How is Aluminum Foil made?
It is made by rolling an aluminum block thinner and thinner. Metal foil, such as tin foil had been around for years. The first plant designed for rolling aluminum foil was opened in 1910. NASA was not in existence then. It appears the inventor was: Hans Christian Oersted Year Invented: 1825 P.S. Aluminum is not corrosive. corrosive means it corrodes other things (as acid would). It does corrode. It is also the most reactive metal. It is oxidized immediately upon exposure to air - why it is difficult to solder. The aluminum oxide is not whetted by solder. Aluminum oxide is a ceramic, called Alumina. Anodized aluminum has has a thick layer of aluminum oxide formed on its surface

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