Aluminium Oxide (AL2O3)

Aluminum oxide is used as abrasive and generally formed by the reaction of aluminum with oxygen easily. Melting point of 2072 °C and approximately 3 times that of pure aluminum. Aluminum gives good corrosion resistance. There are advantages and disadvantages of this feature. Wikipedia
Formula: Al2O3
Melting point: 2.072 °C
Molar mass: 101,96 g/mol
Density: 3.95 per g/cm3
Boiling point: 2.977 °C

Alümina,  ​​​​Alumina is produced by calcination of Aluminium hydroxide, which is produced in the Bayer process.
 
Areas of Use
(1) Ceramic Industry
(2) Glass Industry
(3) Refractor Industry
(4) Production of Grinding Materials
(5) Production of Primary Aluminium
(6) Production of Transparent Armor
(7) Production of Ceramic Cutting Tools
Alumina
Alumina, or aluminium oxide, aluminium is the largest cost item in connection with the production of. Alumina is required to produce metal of the highest quality high quality with low environmental impact. The production of approximately 100 million tons around the world, mostly from bauxite in the Bayer process is obtained.

Key features
Hardness and strength
Low involvement and high melting point

Areas of application
Aluminum Hall–Heroult process for the production

Other inAreas of application
Aluminum Hall–Heroult process for the production
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Product information
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