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 supply Mill-finished / coated aluminum plate/sheet/ coil:



Alloy: AA1050,1060,1100,1200,2024,3003,3304,3005,3015,5052,5086,5754,5083,6061,7050,7475,8011, etc


Temper: O, H14/16/18/22/24/32/ H112/H321/T6,T851,T7451,T7351, etc


Thickness: 0.02mm—20mm


Width: 100mm—2000mm (Can be slitted)


Notice: PE coating / PVDF coating / Embossment can be done if required.


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Q:Physics--Expansion of Aluminum?
The linear expansivity of aluminum is 23 x10^-6 /K. Bulk expansivity is 3 x 23 x10^-6 / k For 130 [cm^3] the temperature required is 130 [cm] ^3/ 3 x 23 x10^-6 = 0.00013/[3 x 23 x10^-6] = 1.88 K ========================= If each side of the cube of side 1m expands by e, then its new volume = [1+e]^3 = 1 + 3e + 3e^2 +e^3. Neglecting high powers of e as negligible, the increase in volume is 3e. But e = 23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature 3e = 3*23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature. Given 3e = 0.00013 0.00013= 3*23 x10^-6 x rise in temperature Rise in temperature = 0.00013 / 3*23 x10^-6 = 1.88 K
Q:How many grams of aluminum hydroxide are obtained from 14.2g of aluminum sulfide? (more details inside)?
No way!! because of the fact inspite of the bat, the helmet and the shin guards the undergo is plenty larger than a human and is going to basically get mad from the bat and kill you. Nope $800,000 isn't something for that!
Q:What's good for antirust aluminium coil?
We are Ji'nan excellent Aluminum Co., Ltd., anti rust aluminum roll, now domestic generally use 3003 material, the price is now 19500 yuan / ton.3003 aluminum coil for AL-Mn alloy, is the most widely used of a rust resistant aluminum, density is 2.73. Suitable for pipeline insulation and other heat preservation projects, can be used in the outer packing, mechanical components, refrigerators, air conditioning, ventilation pipes and other humid environment.
Q:Structure of Aluminium Chloride?
Aluminium chloride sublimes (turns straight from a solid to a gas) at about 180°C. If it simply contained ions it would have a very high melting and boiling point because of the strong attractions between the positive and negative ions. The implication is that it when it sublimes at this relatively low temperature, it must be covalent. The dots-and-crosses diagram shows only the outer electrons. Hope that help Check here for more information; www.chemguide.co.uk/atoms/bonding...
Q:question about aluminum?
Aluminum is not placed with the other metals such as transition metals or alkali metals because it is classified as a poor metal. Elemental aluminum, in it's pure form, is not an ion because it has no charge. If combined with another metal, the result will also be neutral if the metal aluminum was being combined with was neutral. Hydrogen won't have the same case because it is not a metal, it is a gas. The only reason it is in the same column as metals is because they all have 1 valence electron
Q:what is marine grade aluminum?
5000 and 6000 series aluminums are considered marine grade. Also called T5 and T6. T6 is harder but has shorter life. Yes it does wear out like an old 727. The old DC-3's never wear out because they were made with T3, but they do corrode much faster and are not as strong. T5 is my suggestion for almost anything unless you can use a thicker T3. With any of these remember that disssimilar metals will destroy each other (the harder metals eat the softer metals). So if the rest of the boat is T5, use T5 exclusively. Ask any Aviation Metalsmith and they will babble all day about it, LOL.
Q:How does Aluminium and Oxygen bond?
Aluminium Oxide Ionic Bonding
Q:Copper and Aluminum cookware?
I have a set of All-Clad. I'm very happy with it. The reason that stainless steel cookware is often made with a copper or an aluminum core is because stainless steel is very poor conductor of heat. An all stainless steel pan would burn the food, unless the pan is really thick. Copper and aluminum are excellent heat conductors. However, copper and aluminum can be toxic and the metal can leach into food. This is why stainless steel is considered the best cooking surface for cookware. All-Clad is terrible expensive, though. There are cheaper brands out there. I saw a brand of All-Clad copy cats at Walmart the other day. They were fairly expensive, too, but a lot cheaper than the All-Clad... and they had an aluminum core.
Q:Can you get cuts from aluminum powder?
The aluminum powder found in an Etch-a-Sketch will not cut you, it's much too small. In fact it's so small you could only see it's edges under a high powered microscope. The cut was most likely caused by jagged glass/plastic when you broke the Etch-a-Sketch open. It's not unusual to cut yourself and not realize until someone else sees you're bleeding.
Q:Aluminum Frame M1911 question...?
I have two concerns about using an aluminum frame for that caliber. First, and like everyone else who answered, I don't think it will stand up to the .38 Super +P for very long (and I wouldn't want to be around when it fails). Second, the reason I believe the frame will not last nearly as long as a steel or stainless (my personal suggestion) frame is that the grooves the slide fits and rides in will wear and enlarge MUCH faster than a steel or stainless frame will. This will, in my opinion, also quickly have an adverse affect on accuracy. Aluminum has it's place, but I don't think it's anywhere near this kind of firearm. On a side note, one of the other people who answered said that the aluminum will offer some corrosion resistance. This may generally be true, but salt water (like sweat) attacks aluminum significantly faster than it does steel, and stainless steel is almost non-reactive to it. If he wants a lighter gun for carry, Try an XD45. If I remember right they are rated for .45 +P, but call Springfield Armory to make sure. With the polymer frame they are much lighter than a 1911, and I have been very satisfied with the accuracy and the reliability of mine. Personally, I don't think the weight savings of the alloy frame is worth the extra care to keep from sweating on it or the much shorter lifespan the gun will likely have. If he isn't planning on carrying it, what is the point of lightening the gun? He'll feel a lot more recoil, especially if he does shoot the +P ammo.

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