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Definition of the noun alumina

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noun - plural: aluminas

  1. any of various forms of aluminum oxide occurring naturally as corundum

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noun

  1. Aluminum oxide used especially in mining, material sciences and ceramics.

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Google previewHandbook of Environmental Engineering (2015)

by Frank R. Spellman

adsorptive Processes Activated Alumina Activated alumina is a physicochemical process by which ions in the feed water are sorbed to...

Google previewFirst Principles of Chemistry, for the Use of Colleges and Schools (1850)

With More Than Two Hundred Illustrations by Benjamin Silliman

Alumina is an abundant ingredient in many other mmerals, and forms a large part of many S whose decomposition clays are...

Google previewFirst Principles of Chemistry (1850)

For the Use of Colleges and Schools by Benjamin Silliman

Pure alumina is found crystallized in those precious gems, the oriental ruby and sapphire, which are next in hardness and value to the diamond. Emery is also nearly pure alumina. Alumina is an abundant ingredient in many other minerals, ...

Google previewEncyclopaedia Metropolitana (1845)

Or Universal Dictionary of Knowledge ... Comprising the Twofoldadvantage of a Philosophical and an Alphabetical Arrangement, with Appropriate Engravings by Edward Smedley, Hugh James Rose, Henry John Rose

Pure Alumina is a white, bland powder, adhering to the tongue, but neither exciting smell nor taste. It forms a paste with water: is infusible, except by the flame of the Gas blow-pipe. There is a peculiar smell excited by breathing upon an ...

Google previewEncyclopædia metropolitana; or, Universal dictionary of knowledge, ed. by E. Smedley, Hugh J. Rose and Henry J. Rose. [With] Plates (1845)

by Edward Smedley

Pure Alumina is a white, bland powder, adhering to the tongue, but neither excitin-r smell nor taste. It forms a paste with water: is infusible, except by the flame of the Gas blow-pipe. There is a peculiar smell excited by breathing upon an ...

Google previewThe Encyclopaedia Britannica Or Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature (1842)

Alumina is a fine white powder, destitute of taste and smell, but adhering strongly to the tongue. It is insoluble in water and...

Google previewPractical Geology and Mineralogy (1841)

With Instructions for the Qualitative Analysis of Minerals by Joshua Trimmer

Alumina is a very common earth: it occurs in every country, and in rocks of all ages, and the aluminous rocks are among the most abundant in every formation. It is an important ingredient in soils, imparting to them tenacity and the power of ...

Google previewSurgery of the Hip (2012)

by Daniel J. Berry, Jay Lieberman

For example, pure alumina is an inert ceramic that is classed as 10 on the Mohr hardness scale, where the hardest known...

Alumina is the oxide of the base metal aluminum; it has been extensively studied as an implant material and ...

Google previewTotal-Reflection X-Ray Fluorescence Analysis and Related Methods (2014)

by Reinhold Klockenkämper, Alex von Bohlen

Alumina is the ceramic oxide with the highest economic importance. It is used as rubies or yttrium-alumina-garnets for lasers, and used as heat-resistant combustion chambers. 334 DIFFERENT FIELDS OF APPLICATIONS High-Purity Ceramic ...

Google previewPreparation of Catalysts II (1977)

Scientific Bases for the Preparation of Heterogeneous Catalysts by G. Poncelet, P.A. Jacobs, B. Delmon, P. Grange

Alumina is the most thoroughly investigated catalyst from this point of view. Parera and Figoli (ref. 6) and Scharme (ref. 7) reported that the addition of sodium to alumina involved a decrease of surface acidity. Chuang and cowork . ( ref.

Google previewKey Notes

Alumina is the chronic of Bryonia ...

Google previewLectures on Agricultural Chemistry and Geology. ... (1843)

by James Finlay Weir Johnston

* Alumina is the pure earth of clay. t Watered.

Google previewFluid Catalytic Cracking V (2001)

by M.L. Occelli, P. O'Connor

Zeolite nonframework alumina is a particularly effective radical catalyst. Increased radical initiation leads to lower coke and dry gas selectivity and higher naphtha ...

Google previewPassivity and Localized Corrosion (1999)

An International Symposium in Honor of Professor Norio Sato by Masahiro Seo, Electrochemical Society. Corrosion Division

INTRODUCTION Anodic alumina is the dielectric film in Al electrolytic capacitors. Either amorphous AI2O3 or crystalline y'-alumina is made depending on growth conditions, and these have different properties (Table 1). The lower ionic ...

Google previewAdvances in Catalysis (2012)

Moreover, for most of the catalytic applications, g- alumina is the desired phase, but surfactant-directed processes typically result in the formation ...

Google previewCapture and Utilization of Carbon Dioxide with Polyethylene Glycol (2012)

by Zhen-Zhen Yang, Qing-Wen Song, Liang-Nian He

For example, alumina is the most used catalyst support for CO2 reforming and others.

Google previewAdvanced Gate Stack, Source/drain and Channel Engineering for Si-based CMOS 3 (2007)

New Materials, Processes and Equipment by Mehmet C. Öztürk

Alumina is a very stable and robust material and has been extensively studied. Recently, Al2O3 NFETs with 80nm effective gate length have shown more than two order of magnitude reduction in leakage currents and equal or better reliability ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chromatography 2004 Update Supplement (2004)

by Jack Cazes

polyethylene-coated alumina; (H) C18 alumina. ( FromRef. [19].) alumina.[ 15 , 16 ] These methods generally resulted in real RP stationary ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Chemical Processing and Design (1978)

Volume 6 - Calcination Equipment to Catalysis by John J. McKetta Jr

These catalysts can be classified with other carbonium catalysts such as sulfuric and phosphoric acid, aluminum and boron halides, and silica- alumina. Accordingly, zeolites have definable activities for cracking isomerization. alkylation.

Google previewDictionary of Ceramic Science and Engineering (2012)

by Loran O'Bannon

ALUMINA, NATURAL ABRASIVE Al2O3 recrystallized from a molten bath by a process which results in particle or crystal sizes generally smaller than regular alumina; used as a fine abrasive and polishing compound. alumina, natural abrasive ...

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