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About Aluminium (Al)

Symbol: Al
Atomic number: 13
Atomic weight: 26.9815385
Element category: post-transition metal, sometimes considered a metalloid
Aluminium (also called Aluminum) is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust. It is easily machined, cast, drawn and extruded, as its character is relatively soft, lightweight, ductile and durable.
Alumina, properly called aluminum oxide (Al2O3), is a white or nearly colorless crystalline substance. It can be utilized as a material for the smelting of aluminum metal. Alumina is a ceramic material with high thermal conductivity, compressive strength, and thermal shock resistance.

Stanford Advanced Materials (SAM) now can provide various aluminium compounds and alumina ceramic products including:

Alumina Ceramic:
Tube, plate, boat, crucible, mortar and pestle set, and other complex shapes, custom products are available upon requests

Aluminium Alloy:
Special alloys such as yttrium-aluminium alloy (Y-Al alloy) can be provided according to your requirements.

Aluminium Compounds:
Aluminum Nitrate Nonahydrate (Al(NO)3•9H2O)

Aluminium Evaporation Material:
Aluminium Telluride (AlTe), Molybdenum Aluminium (Mo/Al), Aluminum Silicon Copper (Al/Si/Cu), Aluminum Silicon (Al/Si)

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