aluminite


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aluminite

[ə′lüm·ə‚nīt]
(mineralogy)
Al2(SO4)(OH)4·7H2O Native monoclinic hydrous aluminum sulfate; used in tanning, papermaking, and water purification. Also known as websterite.
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Investigators confirmed that the explosion occurred when aluminite powder, a raw material for making polishing products, stored at the factory caught fire.
The vortex is created using an aluminite coated mechanical impeller.
Vincent de Paul Society of Lane County Inc.; Empire Pacific Windows Corp., doing business as Empire Pacific Industries; Emerald Valley Weatherization Inc.; and Aluminite Northwest Inc.
Among them are hydrobasaluminite and basaluminite [[Al.sub.4][(OH).sub.10]S[O.sub.4].4[H.sub.2]O] (the most common), together with zaherite [[Al.sub.12][(OH).sub.26][(S[O.sub.4]).sub.5.]20[H.sub.2]O] and aluminite [[Al.sub.2][(OH).sub.4](S[O.sub.4].7[H.sub.2]O].
A titanium aluminite valve actually will get stronger as operating temperature increases.
Aluminite [Al.sub.2]([SO.sub.4])[(OH).sub.4] 7[H.sub.2]O
Aluminite is found as white, earthy concretions 3-5 cm in diameter associated with gypsum in the barite-sulfide orebodies (Dobosi, 1978).
Aluminite [Al.sub.2][SO.sub.4][(OH).sub.4]*7[H.sub.2]O
Aluminite occurs at Alum Cave Bluff as uncommon masses of white to yellow-stained matted fibers ([similar to]0.2 mm) (Fig.