aluminium oxide

NOUN
  1. any of various forms of aluminum oxide occurring naturally as corundum
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  • The same electromagnetic pulses can be registered in the event of elevated sferic frequencies or nuclear electromagnetic pulses stemming from elevated sun activities, and from our perspective this is another reason why it is undertaken to repel these sferic frequencies with the help of toxic substances, like aluminium oxides and barium-chlorides so as to protect semiconductor technologies. Signs of the Times
  • Rather, it is a "metamaterial": an intricately constructed array of tiny silver wires embedded in aluminium oxide, which does weird things to the light waves that hit it, bending them in odd ways and sending them in unnatural directions. It's official: the new black is very, very black
  • The first contains aluminium oxide crystals which remove dead skin cells, while the second tube of moisturiser is rich in Vitamin E to give your fresh new skin a dewy finish.
  • Already some sites yield little more than a mass of crystallised aluminium oxide.
  • Aughinish jetty receives ore, oil and caustic and exports the finished aluminium oxide.
  • A microdermabrasion tool with a disc coated in finely milled aluminium oxide crystals, which buffs and vacuums dead skin cells. Times, Sunday Times
  • The metals are dispersed as tiny particles on a supporting framework of porous aluminium oxide.
  • Polished thin sections were produced using epoxy resin as an embedding and mounting medium with a thickness of 30 m, measured by micrometer and polished using 0.05 m aluminium oxide so that no scratches remained.
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