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Aluminium alloys (or aluminum alloys;see spellingdifferences) are alloys in which aluminium(Al) is the predominant metal. The typical alloying elements are copper, magnesium,manganese,silicon,tin and zinc. There are twoprincipal classifications, namely casting alloys and wrought alloys, both of which are furthersubdivided into the categories heat-treatableand non-heat treatable. About 85% of aluminium is used for wrought products,for example rolled plate, foils and extrusions.Cast aluminium alloys yield cost-effective products due to the low meltingpoint, although they generally have lower tensilestrengths than wrought alloys. The most important cast aluminiumalloy system is AlSi, where the high levels of silicon (4.013%)contribute to give good casting characteristics. Aluminium alloys are widelyused in engineering structures and components where light weight or corrosionresistance is required


Finishing: Mill Finish, Painted,One Side Bright, Brushed and Coil Anodizing available on request

Alloy:  AA1050,1060, 1100, AA3003, 3005, 3015, 5052, 5754, 5083,8011, etc

Temper: H14/16/18/22/24/32,HO etc.

Thickness:0.2mm100mm

Width:100mm2300mm (Can be slitted)

Standard: GB/T 3880-2006  ASTM B-209



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Q:Aluminium extraction cost?
The biggest cost is the electricity. This is why most Al smelters are located where electricity is cheap. The price of Al metal depends on exactly what form it is in and what the alloy is. Scrap Al is worth very roughly $0.30 per pound. Fabricated Al alloys for aerospace applications sell for much much more. Ultra high purity Al for semiconductors sells for roughly $40 per kg.
Q:is Aluminum a di-molecule thing,?
No, you're thinking of diatomic molecules like dinitrogen and dihydrogen which come in pairs because forming a covalent bond with another atom fills up their electron shell which is what makes them most stable. Metals don't tend to form covalent bonds in bulk but have a kind of ionic bond. You could search for 'metallic bonding' and I imagine some helpful sites would appear. Basically, the electrons are shared, that's what makes metals conductors of electricity. kind regards
Q:How to deal with too much aluminum powder in aluminum striping?
Currently, there are bag dust-removal system and water dust-removal system. The former is very popular with enterprises because of low maintenance cost, accounting for over 90%. But the problem is the dust accumulation because the ventilation and dust removal systems are not produced in strict accordance with the standard. For example, controlling wind speed does not meet the requirement; ventilation and dust removal system does not meet the requirements of explosion-proof, including the set of pipes, series and parallel connection, the choice of dust removal system, the spark detection and extinguishing measures.
Q:Using principles of chemical bonding, explain why solid aluminum is a good conductor of electricity but solid?
Pure aluminium is a good conductor because it's atoms are metalically bonded. This means it's electrons are delocalised and can therefore produce a current. NaCl has a high boiling point because in order to evaporate it first needs to melt. And to melt it you need to break it's lattice structure. Na and Cl atoms are held by strong ionic bonds. BrCl on the other hand is covalently bonded. It's molecular structure does not need to be broken in order for it to melt or boil. All that has to be done is weak van der waal bonds need to be broken.
Q:how do you get aluminium from rocks?
Well, you start with an aluminum rich rock (cheaper to process). The raw ore after physical concentration (removal of secondary minerals) is reacted by an electrolytic process. This means that electricity is used to convert the aluminum ion in the raw rock into the metal aluminum. Sort of like the reverse of a battery, to keep things simple. Aluminum smelters tend to be set up in places with cheap electricity, because the process uses a LOT of electricity. That is why there are several up here in quebec, we have cheap hydro electricity and the government gives decent deals to the smelters on top of the already low market price. Do a search on aluminum smelting to find out more. Not sure what your level of knowledge is so not sure how much you will understand.
Q:How do I deal with too much aluminum powder when the aluminum strips are divided?
For example, the wind speed control did not meet the requirements, or not in accordance with the explosion-proof ventilation system requirements set, including pipeline setting, setting, filter series parallel is the selection of explosion-proof, whether Mars and extinguishing measures.
Q:why is it that a synthetic ruby which is made out of aluminum and chromium, wont repell a spinning magnet ?
Hey, magnets work on iron and steel, but not on non-ferrous metals.
Q:Composite vs Aluminum baseball bats?
composites are so much better. the ball will travel way farther and your hands wont sting if you hit the ball on the handle. they are much better trust me
Q:How much is a ton gate of Jiangxi aluminium roll?
Hello, roll gate is usually calculated according to the square count. Is there your Lian Xi?Want to know the size of your installation? The following guidelines and measurement for your reference, you can go out according to the guidelines for measuring hole length and width, a specific size can determine the lattice dielectric.
Q:What is the balanced equation for copper (I) oxide and Aluminum?
Copper(I) oxide is a solid and so is aluminum. Any reaction that might occur would have to be at an elevated temperature. This is a thermite reaction in which copper(I) is reduced to copper metal (molten) and aluminum is oxidized to aluminum oxide. 3Cu2O(s) + 2Al(s) -- 6Cu(s) + Al2O3(s) ========= Follow up ========== Do you mean in aqueous solution? There won't be any copper(I) chloride in aqueous solution. CuCl is very insoluble in water, but will undergo disproportionation to form Cu2+ ions and copper metal. Therefore, you would actually have a solution of copper(II) chloride. Copper(II) chloride will react with aluminum to form copper metal and aluminum ions. Ordinarily aluminum won't react with copper(II) ions. The reaction does proceed in the presence of chloride ion. This is because the chloride ion will react with the Al2O3 layer on the surface of aluminum metal to make [AlCl4]^- which exposes the aluminum metal below, and thus a reaction can occur. 3Cu2+ + 2Al(s) -- 2Al3+ + 3Cu(s)

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