hydrated alumina


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hydrated alumina

[′hī‚drād·əd ə′lü·mə·nə]
(inorganic chemistry)
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Past studies have shown that supplementary cementitious materials (SCMs) that contain alumina ([Al.sub.2][O.sub.3]) are more effective at mitigating ASR than SCMs purely rich in silica (Si[O.sub.2]), they say, citing their research on pure hydrated alumina, Al[(OH).sub.3] as a cement replacement to isolate its role in ASR mitigation.
Functional pigments, chemicals and fillers including zinc, calcium and magnesium metal stearates (FDA and Kosher), precipitated barium sulfate, barium sulfate, hydrated alumina, zinc sulfide, magnesium oxide, calcium carbonate and sulfate, clay, mica, polymer talc and bentonite.
The hydrated alumina products from GBCL are used for pharmaceuticals, aluminium chemicals, pigment coatings, toothpaste and paper coatings.
In the present investigation, the cementitious material was synthesized from the pozzolanic material (nanosilica) infused with hydrated alumina using the hydrothermal method.