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Dear Customer, why do I have the confidence to let you buy our product ?
♥strict chemical composition , good hardness high safety performance
♥Oxide film thickness, corrosion resistance
♥Standard aluminum closed time, no rust
♥smooth surface, no burrs
Our VS others
20~25 working days & send samples:2--3 days after received your advance payment
Mode of transport
Fast(3—6days ),door to door
wide area coverage
Good for small cargo
Long sailing time
influenced by climate
and port conditions
Bulk cargo loose time
The most expensive
For valuable cargo
transit organization may
Preferred in central Asia
- Q:connect copper to aluminum?
- Not a good idea. Replace the aluminum. The metals can react and heat up.
- Q:Which kind of glue is best for bonding aluminum sheets?
- I advice you to use AB glue to bond aluminum sheets, acylic acid AB glue is better than 502 in bonding aluminum sheets, Gelianghao XSSS-290AB glue sold in hardware store can directly permeate into the surface of aluminum sheets and bond the sheets tightly.
- Q:Will sodium aluminum as an ingredient, cause problems for me?
- It's actually Sodium Aluminum Phosphate. It's used as a preservative in a lot of food actually. It's not exactly good for you, but it's really no more harmful than any other preservative. So basically, it's unhealthy, but you're not gonna die from eating them. EDIT: Yes I realize that Aluminum has been linked to Alzheimer's disease, but this isn't Aluminum. Aluminum is an element. This is Sodium Aluminum Phosphate. A completely different substance. When an element bonds with another element (or two) often its properties completely change. I think you'd be surprised to learn that Sodium by itself, is not only horribly volatile (it will explode in water) and will kill you if you ingested it. Iodine is also poisonous in fairly moderate doses. But when the two are bonded together (sodium iodide) it becomes an essential nutrient to the body.
- Q:good aluminium free deoderant?
- Are you allergic to aluminum or are you refusing to use it because it is not natural? Aluminum has solid research to back its antiperspirant ability. As long as the deodorant or antiperspirant is well-formulated, it is good. There is no best. You should make a search on Amazon UK with key word like natural or organic deodorant or antiperspirant because those terms usually filter out aluminum ones. But, whether or not it will be effective is a different story.
- Q:Chevy S10 Aluminum head?
- Check the flatness of the head with a straight edge and feeler gauges, or take it to an automotive machine shop to be checked. The reason overheating causes head gasket leakage is that aluminum expands almost exactly twice as much as iron when heated, so the aluminum heads buckles upward (warps) when it expands too much more than the block. That is why the engine did not fire with coolant in it - the coolant was getting on the spark plug. Eduardo is right about Dex-cool, but your 1995 probably never had it... I believe GM started that debacle in 1996.
- Q:Is Aluminum Combustible?
- Aluminum metal oxidizes readily in air but when that happens, a layer of aluminum oxide will form, preventing further oxidation. So if you have a block of aluminum, the surface will oxidize and the rest will not. If you shave aluminum into a fine powder, you can actually light it on fire as it will rapidly and violently oxidize because there is more surface area. If you add iron powder in the mix, it will burn even hotter. I would not recommend doing this reaction.
- Q:how reliable are today's aluminum block engines?
- Aluminum is the most easily repaired material used in engines and can be readily welded. The problem is access and/or does the repair threaten to go into a machined area such as a cylinder wall? If I was really short of cash I might even try filling a groove with jb weld. A crack goes deeper though and requires a more thorough fix. Are you sure this is an aluminum block? Iron is much harder to fix, probably can't be done without spending more that a replacement engine would cost. If it is aluminum, I would have to towed out of there and find myself another garage.
- Q:Chemists, how does concrete react with aluminium?
- Embedded aluminum roof flashing, aluminum water stops, aluminum electrical conduit, introduced aluminum powder (sometimes used to foam concrete), or embedded structural aluminum shapes may all corrode in concrete or mortar. In all cases, a reaction that forms aluminum hydroxide and hydrogen gas occurs, and may cause expansion and cracking of the concrete or mortar. The common use of calcium chloride (or other alkali compounds), and dampness of the concrete increases the reaction rate. Usually, coating the aluminum with bituminous paint, impregnated paper or felt, plastic, or an alkali-resistant coating will prevent or sharply reduce the corrosion.
- Q:Making Flash paper from ceramic aluminum oxide sandpaper?
- You should set this project aside. Ignore my advice? You're on track for a Darwin Award. You win!
- Q:a sample of aluminum chloride (AlCI3) has a mass of 37.2 g.?
- You have to remember Avogadro's number: 6.02 x 10^23 Read about it in your text book. It is the number of molecules of any atom that make up 1 mole. 1 mole of a molecule is equal to it's atomic weight in grams. So, the atomic weight of aluminum is 26.9. So, 26.9 grams of aluminum contains exactly 6.02 x 10^23 molecules of aluminum (or 1 mole). What's the molecular weight of aluminum chloride? Well, 26.9 + 3(35.5) = 133.4 the 35.5 is the molecular weight of chloride and there are 3 of them. So, 133.4 grams of aluminum chloride would be 6.02 x 10^23 molecules. We only have 37.2 g. 37.2 g/ 133.4 g per mole = 0.279 moles. 0.279 moles x (6.02 x 10^23 molecules/mole) = 1.68 x 10^23 molecules of aluminum chloride. So, since there is one aluminum per molecule, you have your answer. Just multiply by three to find out how many molecules of chloride are present. Finally, if 133.4g = 6.02 x 10^23 molecules, then 1 molecule = 133.4 / 6.02x10^23 = 22.16 x 10^-23 or 2.216 x 10^-22 Make sure that the periodic table you use for class has the same values (some tables are more simplified then others). Also, make sure that you use the correct number of scientific digits when calculating your answer.
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