aluminate


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aluminate

[ə′lüm·ə‚nāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
A negative ion usually assigned the formula AlO2- and derived from aluminum hydroxide.
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It is less soluble than the aluminate and, as a result, it reacts more slowly.
Formation of nickel, cobalt, copper, and iron aluminates from a- and g-alumina-supported oxides: A comparative study.
25) This rate only begins to increase with the hydration of CaO, which occurs in the anhydrous composition of calcium aluminate cement, as a result of how the cement is obtained, i.
Then the resultant nano aluminate complex after purification was characterized by IR, Mass, X-Ray diffraction measurements.
1-2) As is known, strontium aluminates doped with divalent europium ions possess high quantum efficiency, long phosphorescence persistence and good stability, indicating their good practical prospects.
Thus with the addition of lime stone the dissolution rate of SiO2 increases and then alumino - silicates convert to sodium aluminate at high temperature, which is soluble in alkaline solution and to dicalcium silicate which is insoluble in the same solution.
But due to the environmental restrictions with Fluorine and furthermore due to the strong corrosion effect as consequence of the formation of a very low viscosity slag, synthetic Calcium Aluminate Fluxes have become part of modern steel works practice especially where clean steel production is required.
Intematix introduces two new phosphor families to its product line: green aluminate and red nitride materials that enable high-quality white illumination when applied to blue LEDs.
A leading Turkish manufacturer of cement and ready-mixed concrete products, Cimsa produces special products such as white cement and calcium aluminate cement, as well as gray cement.
A water-reactive calcium silicate or aluminate, such as Portland cement, is then fused into the surface of the enamel by heating the slurry to 760[degrees]C.
Xeraspine is an injectable calcium aluminate (CA) based bioceramic.
However, study on the effect of rolling on the deformation of calcium aluminate inclusions is still generating a lot of interest.