Aluminium oxide calcined
Aluminium oxide produced commercially is obtained by the calcination of aluminium hydroxide. Calcined alumina products are used in a wide range of ceramic and refractory applications. Alumina offers many specific properties - High compression strength, resistant to abrasion, chemically resistant, high hardness, high thermal conductivity, high dielectrical strength and resistant to thermal shock.
Uses for Calcined Aluminium Oxide:
- Ceramic materials such as Electronic devices
- Mechanical parts
- Fillers for resin
- A key raw material for refractories and abrasives
- In pottery it is used to increase glaze viscosity, firing range and resistance to crystallization.
Properties of Alumina:
CAS No. 1344-28-1
Chemical Formula: Al2O3
Solubility: insoluble in water
Purity: 98% min.
Melting point: ca 2000C
Appearance: White crystalline powder
Other Names: Alumina calcined, calcined aluminium oxide, activated Alumina; alpha-Alumina
PLEASE NOTE: This product is not for human or animal consumption.
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