[ UK /ɐlˈuːmɪnˌe‍ɪt/ ]
  1. a compound of alumina and a metallic oxide
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  • A solution of lithium tetrachloroaluminate in thionyl chloride serves as the electrolyte and the lithium and carbon rods are simply inserted in. - Articles related to 'Safe' ciggies as hazardous as tobacco
  • The BlackLight Process is suppose to use a catalyst that when heated up will drain the energy from hydrogen, but the presence of sodium aluminate residue in the "catalyst" leaves reasonable doubt that instead of getting the excess energy from lowering the orbit of the hydrogen electrons, instead it is from the burning of the aluminum in the Reney Nickel "catalyst. Will 2010 be the Year of Zero Point Energy?
  • The magnesium salt Mg (AlO_ {2}) _ {2} is called spinel, and many other of its salts, called aluminates, are found in nature. An Elementary Study of Chemistry
  • Lastly, aluminate of soda may be used as a mordant in place of red liquor or sulphate of alumina. Scientific American Supplement, No. 286, June 25, 1881
  • A compound formed from sulphates and calcium aluminate; if it is formed after the mortar between the bricks is well set, it may cause softening and expansion of the mortar joints. Chapter 15
  • By that time also artificial blues had been discovered, smalt or cobalt blue which is cobalt aluminate in the 17th century, and then the famous Prussian blue, in 1704.
  • Modified aluminum hydroxid was prepared by sodium aluminate in Rotating Packed Bed ( RPB ) coupled with hydrolysis.
  • It is possible to produce a mixed solution of aluminate and silicate of potash which will remain liquid for twenty-four hours. Field's Chromatography or Treatise on Colours and Pigments as Used by Artists
  • Finally, the developmental trends of a new type cement with Alite-Ba-bearing calcium sulphoaluminate as dominant mineral was prospected.
  • They contain lithium-aluminate pellets lined with zirconium, and are clad into long pencil-shaped, stainless steel rods. Robert Alvarez: Future Supply of New Tritium Explosive for U.S. Nuclear Weapons in Doubt
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