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Alloy: AA 8011

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

Thickness:0.2mm—0.4mm

Width:200mm2000mm (Can be slitted)

InnerDiameter: 508MM

CoilWeight:100kg

Application: Foil stock


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Q:Aluminum core pots and pans?
Using aluminum core pans should offer no heath risk. The cooking surface it stainless steel and the aluminum dose not come in contact with the food. Personally I would get ones with a copper core they are much better. Non-stick pans can give off a poisons gas if heated to high. The amounts of the gas aren't deadly to people but can cause problems for people with respiratory problems. It can also kill small bird if you have any living in the house.
Q:Which aluminum roll is good?
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Q:is aluminum a strong metal?
wouldnt advise,it might bend Aluminium is a soft, lightweight metal with appearance ranging from silvery to dull gray, depending on the surface roughness. Aluminium is nontoxic, nonmagnetic, and nonsparking. The yield strength of pure aluminium is 7–11 MPa, while aluminium alloys have yield strengths ranging from 200 MPa to 600 MPa.[1] Aluminium has about one-third the density and stiffness of steel. It is ductile, and easily machined, cast, and extruded.
Q:what is the final temperature of 250g of water whose initial Temperature is 25 C if 80-g of aluminum initially?
Given Data :-- Mass : Aluminium m(a) = 80 g, Water m(w) = 250 g Initial Temperature : Aluminium t₁ = 70 C and Water t₁' = 25 C Final Temperature of both ( aluminium and water ) = T C (assume) Since Aluminium is initially at a temperature higher than that of water, it (aluminium) will lose heat to water . Heat lost by Al = Q = mass of Aluminium x sp.heat capacity of Aluminium x Temp. change = Q = 80 x 0.215 x ( 70 - T ) cal Heat gained by water = Q' = mass of water x sp.heat capacity of water x Temp. change = Q' = 250 x 1 x ( T - 25 ) According to principle of calorimetery . = Heat lost by aluminium = heat gained by water. = 250 x 1 x ( T - 25 ) = 80 x 0.215 x ( 70 - T ) = T = 27.9 C .... ( Rounded to one decimal place )...... Answer Answer .
Q:Aluminum roll 220 kg.0.3 thickness, 500 width, roll diameter is how much?
You can use the outside diameter, the inner diameter and the width to get the volume. You know the density and volume, and then you can find the weight naturally
Q:Is it a good idea putting Aluminum foil on my windows?
Aluminum foil on windows looks really tacky and also raises suspicion that you could be growing marijauna in the house. It would tick off the neighbors because it looks really tacky. You can buy a clear cellophane type product designed for this purpose at the local hardware or building store.
Q:a sample of aluminum chloride has a mass of 37.2 g. how many aluminum ions are present?
Aluminum Chloride is simply AlCl3 So In each mole of AlCl3 there are 1 mol of Al 3 mol of Cl We know (from periodic table), 1 mol of Al weighs 26.98 g 1 mol of Cl weighs 35.47g so 1 mol of AlCl3 weighs 26.98g + 3x35.47g = 133.39 g sooo moles of AlCl3 = 37.2 g /133.39 g/mol = 0.279 mol in one mol of anything, there are 6.02 x 10 ^ 23 of that thing... so we have 0.279 mol x 6.02 x 10 ^ 23 molecules /mole = 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 And, we know one molecule of AlCl3 dissociates into one Al ion and 3 Cl ions sooo 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 AlCl3 ions dissociate into 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 Al ions so answer is 1.68 x 10 ^ 23 Al ions
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:Why is aluminium used in buildings amd cooking?
Aluminum reacts with water under certain conditions, but cookware does not usually present any of those conditions. Aluminum cookware takes advantage of the oxidizing process, which creates a natural protective layer over the aluminum. It doesn't react with water in the same way that chemical equations say it will because cooking surfaces are designed to maximize the oxidation effect. This is basically the same reason why aluminum foil doesn't react in water. In building materials, it's less about exposure to the elements and more about how cheap and lightweight it is. Many building materials are aluminum alloys, which makes them more susceptible to corrosion than purer aluminum, and the use of aluminium roofing material, though fairly corrosion-resistant by itself (for the same reasons as cookware), gets compromised by the proximity of other metals used in construction, like non-stainless steel nails and screws, for example, or copper pipes without insulation. The trade-off is that aluminium alloys hold their shape better and have greater tensile strength, some of which approach that of steel.
Q:What is in aluminum foil? What is its molar mass?
Aluminum foil is 92% to 99% aluminum. So the molar mass in a little over 27.

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