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Application: Lid of yogurt package, dairy package

Alloy: 8006/8011/8079

Temper:O

Thickness& Tolerance: 0.03mm-0.05mm(±5%)

Width& Tolerance: 200mm-1650mm(±1mm)

Mechanical Properties: Tensile Strength (U.T.S)≥50Mpa, Elongation≥1%

Standard: GB/T3198 /ASTM-B209/EN546

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Q:does any one have a recipe for pumpkin rolls?
PUMPKIN ROLL Beat 3 eggs; add 1 cup sugar2/3 cpumpkin filling (1-16 ozcan makes 3 rolls) 1 tspsalt 1/2 tspcinnamon 1 tspsoda 3/4 cflour Line greased jelly roll pan with greased and floured wax paperMix in order abovePour in pan and sprinkle with nuts (1/4 cup or less per pan)Bake 15 minutes in 375 degree ovenDO NOT OVERBAKEWhile still warm, take out of pan and lay on a powdered-sugar coated tea (waxed hand) towelDust top of cake with powdered sugar also and roll up from the sides to make one long rollWhen cool, unroll and fill with cream cheese filling FILLING: 1 (8 oz.) pkgcream cheese, softened 1 tspvanilla 2 tbspbutter 1 csifted powdered sugar Blend all togetherHINT: I use 1 (16 ounce) can Libby pumpkin and triple all the rest of the ingredientsI only double the filling and it generously fills the 3 rollsI wrap in aluminum foil and put in doubled bread bags and freezeDust with powdered sugar before serving.
Q:Do you have a recipe for pumpernickel bread that doesn't require a bread machine?
I'd say you're on the right trackBut I forget.
Q:How do you steam flounder in the dishwasher?
That would depend on whether Maria's weighing of the block of aluminum was a true 31.800 or if it was rounded down from the range of 31.802 to 31.804.
Q:where can i find a nice blowgun for under 50?
Hit the hardware store and buy a 6' length of aluminum tubing.
Q:Can u help?
okay get a boxput aluminum foil in it, put the hot dog in it, and use the clips to pin down the foilTake the lightbulb and screw it into something, put it directly above the box, and heat the dog:) GL!
Q:Mirror finish on my motorcycle aluminum Rims?
Go to Harbor freight and get a hand held cut off driver ( if you have a compressor they have an air powered one cheap ) Get some buffing wheels and rouge The cotton wheels and rouge are the only way to polish aluminum to a chrome like finishOnce fully polished , maintain that shine with Semichrome metal polish
Q:Which sides do we use when conducting the electricity.
Aluminum foil is a kind of metal paper with silver white package. it is called tin paper in Hongkong and it is a kind of pressed metal aluminum.It can be used in kitchen for cooking and the simple material.
Q:How to make flat rock candy?
3¾ cups of granulated sugar 1 cup of water 1¼ cups of light corn syrup 1 teaspoon of cinnamon oil 1 teaspoon of red food coloring confectioner's sugar Butter or margarine 15-by-10-by-1-inch baking pan Aluminum foil Plastic food storage bag Candy thermometer Kitchen mallet or butter knife Airtight storage container Line the baking pan with foil and grease the foil generously with butter or margarinePlace the confectioner's sugar into a plastic food storage bagSet the pan and the bag aside Combine the granulated sugar, water, corn syrup and food coloring in a large saucepanBlend the ingredients wellHeat the mixture over medium heat, stirring occasionally, until it comes to a boil Cover the pan and cook the mixture for 3 minutes to completely dissolve all of the sugar crystalsUncover the pan and turn the heat up to medium-highPlace the thermometer into the rock candy mixtureCook the rock candy without stirring until the temperature reaches the hard-crack stage at 300 degrees Fahrenheit, about 20 to 25 minutes Remove the pan from the heatStir the cinnamon oil into the rock candy mixtureAvoid inhaling the vapors because the cinnamon smell will be quite strongPour the rock candy mixture into the prepared baking pan immediatelyCompletely cool the flat rock candy, which will take about an hour Use a kitchen mallet or the handle of a butter knife to strike the hardened flat rock candy and break it into piecesPut the candy into the bag of powdered sugarSeal the bag, and shake it gently to coat the rock candy with the sugarStore the finished flat rock candy in an airtight container.
Q:Basic Chemistry Conversion?
Remember, that percent means parts per hundred, so you would have 52.7g of Al; 47.1g of Oxygen; and .2g of ChromiumThis would make your ruby 100gTo do your conversion start with what you have, which is .125g of Aland you know that for every 100g ruby you have 52.7g of Aluminum Heres how I would set up the problem: .125g Al x 100g Ruby/52.7g Al (The Al would cancel out leaving you with the mass of the ruby in grams.) I got that the ruby should weigh .237g If you used your answer of .237g to find out how many grams of Oxygen were in a ruby of that mass, it would look like this (remember we know how much oxygen is a ruby of 100g, so we can use that as a conversion factor): .237g Ruby x 47.1 g Oxygen/100g Ruby .112g Oxygen If you add this with the amount of Al, you get the mass of the ruby- .125g Al + .112 g O .237 As far as the unit conversions go, just remember that The units you want to finish with need to be on top Hope that helps!
Q:toxic metals.!?
Well I'm no expert on metal toxicity but that wouldn't bother me in the slightestTo put it into context, let's take the highest value, which is for aluminium405nmol/l means that in every litre of your blood you have 11 micrograms of aluminiumThat's 11 millionths of a gramThe nornal ranges for these metals differ according to which studies you readAnd anything close to normal is way below the level that would cause toxic effectsThey get into your body through your mouth mostlyYou eat vegetables that have been grown in soil, which contains metalsYou may eat meat from animals that have eaten grass grown in soilYou drink water that has filtered through rocks with metals in themIt's natural to have some metals in your body and it's your kidneys' job to get rid of them.

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