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aluminum nitrate

[ə′lüm·ə·nəm ′nī‚trāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Al(NO3)3·9H2O White, deliquescent crystals with a melting point of 73°C; soluble in alcohol and acetone; used as a mordant for textiles, in leather tanning, and as a catalyst in petroleum refining.
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Aluminium nitrate solutions (0.25, 0.5, 0.75, 1.0, 1.5 and 2.0 mole L-1) as salting-out agent were used regarding the extraction of uranium with DOHA (1 mole L-1 in dodecane) from HNO3 (3 mole L-1).
The defendants were also convicted of fighting abroad and purchasing five tonnes of aluminium nitrate -- which can be used to make explosives.
Magnesium nitrate, aluminium nitrate, urea, and the desired amount of dopant were taken in a glass beaker and dissolved in distilled water.
Ten kilograms of aluminium nitrate, used in creating bombs, and documents related to Al-Qaeda were found in possession of the group when they were arrested, according to Ibrahim.
9%), tetra Ethyl ortho Silicae (TEOS, purity 99%) and Aluminium Nitrate Nanohydrate (purity 99.
SOUTH West Wales AM Peter Black is asking for an urgent meeting with the Environment Agency to seek reassurances on the safety of a new depot storing aluminium nitrate fertiliser at Swansea Docks.