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The IUPAC name for the metal called Aluminum in the U.S. This dictionary currently uses the commonly accepted U.S. names for materials. International and standard chemical names will be listed and appropriately designated in the synonym lists.
Synonyms and Related Terms
Al; aluminum (U.S.); aluminium (IUPAC, Br., Dan., Deut., Fr., Ned., Nor., Sven.); alumen (Lat.); alkuaine (Fin.); alumiini (Fin.); alluminio (It.); alumínio (Port.); aluminio (Esp.); glin (Pol.); CI 77000; Arclad; ALCOA; alumel (aluminum-nickel alloy);
- Overexposure can cause irritation of eyes, skin and mucous membranes.
- Powder and flakes form flammable and explosive mixtures in air.
Links to Oddy Test results posted on AIC Wiki Materials Database Pages for individual materials below
° Raw Aluminum Tested in 2017
Physical and Chemical Properties
- Reacts with dilute hydrochloric acid, hot concentrated sulfuric acid and hydroxides.
- Aluminum can corrode when wet and in contact with alkaline or metallic materials, such as concrete, plaster, wallboard, iron or copper.
|Composition||Al (atomic no. 13)|
|Molecular Weight||atomic wt = 26.97|
|Boiling Point||660 C|