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Definition of the noun alundum

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noun - plural:

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  1. a substance made of fused alumina

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Google previewThe Mineral Industry (1911)

Alundum is a trade name given by the Norton Company to an electric- furnace product made from the fusion of bauxite. It is an artificial corundum similar to that found in nature and possesses in a higher degree those properties required in an ...

Google previewThe Mineral Industry, Its Statistics, Technology, and Trade ... (1911)

by Richard Pennefather Rothwell, Joseph Struthers, David Hale Newland, Edward K. Judd, Walter Renton Ingalls

ALUNDUM. Alundum is a trade name given by the Norton Company to an electricfurnace product made from the fusion of bauxite.

Google previewThe Mineral Industry, Its Statistics, Technology and Trade (1911)

Alundum is a trade name given by the Norton Company to an electric- furnace product made from the fusion of bauxite. It is an artificial corundum similar to that found in nature and possesses in a higher degree those properties required in an ...

Google previewHandbook for Electrical Engineers (1922)

A Reference Book for Practicing Engineers and Students of Engineering by Harold Pender, William Arthur Del Mar

Alundum is the trade name of fused aluminum oxide, which is ...

Google previewPyrometry (1911)

by Charles R. Darling

Alundum is a moderately good conductor of heat, but is easily broken. 8. Cardomndum.—This is an electric furnace product, which may be heated above 2000" C. without damage. For making into pyrometer tubes, it is bonded with a suitable ...

Google previewMachinery's Encyclopedia (1917)

A Work of Reference Covering Practical Mathematics and Mechanics, Machine Design, Machine Construction and Operation, Electrical, Gas, Hydraulic, and Steam Power Machinery, Metallurgy, and Kindred Subjects in the Engineering Field by Erik Oberg, Franklin Day Jones

-—Alundum is another artificial abrasive made in the electric furnace by the fusion of a mineral called bauxite, which was considered infusible until the invention of_the electric furnace. Alundum is the oxide of alumina in crystalline formation.

Google previewIndustrial World (1914)

Alundum is the result of the fusion and simultaneous purification in electric arc furnaces, of the mineral bauxite, a hydrated oxide of alumina, mined for this express purpose in Arkansas. It is purer than either emery or corundum, much more ...

Google previewMachinery (1916)

by Lester Gray French

Alundum is an artificial abrasive first produced by Charles B. Jacobs, consulting electro-chemical engineer. The original process, however, has been perfected and commercially applied by the Norton Co. Alundum is made by fusing the ...

Google previewIndustrial Development and Manufacturers' Record (1904)

Alundum is an artificial corundum manufactured by a patented electrical-furnace process at the Niagara Falls works of the Norton Emery Wheel Co. and shipped to the main works of the company at Wore ccster, Mass., where it is prepared for ...

Google previewThe Mechanical Engineer (1914)

by William Henry Fowler

Alundum is the result of the fusion and simultaneous purification in electric arc furnaces of the mineral bauxite, a hydrated oxide of alumina, mined for this express purpose in Arkansas. It is purer than either emery or corundum, much more ...

Google previewCollier's New Encyclopedia (1921)

A Loose-leaf and Self-revising Reference Work ; with Illustrations and Ninety-six Maps

Alundum is a very eflicient abrasive for hardened and toughened ...

Google previewDictionary of Chemistery (2010)

by R. P. Gupta

Alundum An ...

Google previewThe World Almanac and Encyclopedia (1911)

CHEMICALa Alundum Ammonium sulphate Arsenic Bromine Carborundum Cement, nat. hyd (u) Cement, Portland (u) Cement, puzzolan Coke Copper sulphate (c) Copperas Crushed steel Graphite, artificial Lead, white Ijead, red Lead, ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Environmental Science and Engineering, Fifth Edition, Volumes One and Two (2006)

by James R. Pfafflin, Edward N. Ziegler

Alundum thimbles and glass wool packed tubes are used for high temperatures. If liquid droplets are present at the filter inlet, glass-wool tubes are the only useful collection devices, because conventional filters will readily become plugged by ...

Google previewSpecial Edition - Environmental Engineering Dictionary and Directory (2000)

by Thomas M. Pankratz

Alundum Porous diffuser dome by Sanitaire Corp. Alusil 70TM Custom-activated zeolites by Selecto, Inc. amalgam An alloy of mercury with one or more other metals.

Google previewA Dictionary of Applied Physics (1922)

by Richard Glazebrook

Table VL ALUNDUM. The trade name for a tubing composed of fused alumina (AljOa) with a binding of fireclay and used as a protecting sheath for a thermoelement at temperatures up to 1550° ...

Google previewIron and Steel (a Pocket Encyclopedia) (1919)

Including Allied Industries and Sciences by Hugh Philip Tiemann

Alundum. — A trade name for an abrasive consisting of fused alumina, produced in the electric furnace. Amalgamation. — See Alloy. American Bloomary Process.

Google previewDictionary of Gems and Gemology (2013)

by Robert M. Shipley

alundum. A trade name for artificial corundum. amaryl. A trade name for green synthetic sapphire. amatista (Spanish). Amethyst. amatista mosquito (Span.). Same as ...

Google previewLocomotive Dictionary (1906)

An Illustrated Vocabulary of Terms which Designate American Railroad Locomotives Their Parts Attachments and Details of Construction with Definitions and Illustrations of Typical British Locomotive Practice

ALUNDUM IS THE SHARPEST, HARDEST, MOST UNIFORM ABRASIVE IN VSE .

Google previewThe Condensed Chemical Dictionary (1920)

A Reference Volume for All Requiring Quick Access to a Large Amount of Essential Data Regarding Chemicals, and Other Substances Used in Manufacturing and Laboratory Work by Francis Mills Turner

Proprietary name for an abrasive, made in the electric furnace, similar to carborundum, alundum, etc. Extracta, U. S. P., B. P. Extracts prepared according to the requirements of the U. S. and British Pharmacopeias. Extracts, Tanning. These are ...

Google previewExporters' Encyclopaedia (1918)

corundum, natural and artificial (alundum), and car°""1d11m, in all forms. ponelit lgzigectiles, charges and ...

Google previewThe Sterling Dictionary Of Chemistry (1999)

by Anand Dhingra

ALUNDUM : An artificial variety of corrundum (Al2O3). It is formed by fusing bauxite in an electric furnace and allowing the molten product to cool rapidly. It is used to make refractory bricks, crucibles and muffle furnaces. ALUNITE : Also called ...

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