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Definition of the noun aluminate
What does aluminate mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: aluminates
- a compound of alumina and a metallic oxide
Alternative definition of the noun aluminate
- [chemistry] A compound, containing aluminium and oxygen with more electropositive elements, that is a salt of the hypothetical aluminic acid
Aluminate: In chemistry aluminate is a compound containing an oxyanion of aluminium, such as sodium aluminate. In the naming of inorganic compounds it is a suffix that indicates a polyatomic anion with a central aluminum atom.
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As the phenomena of set occurs after the first few hours of gauging with water, and tricalcium aluminate is the constituent which mainly hydrates during this period" (tricalcium silicate hydrating from one to seven days, and beta dicalcium ...
Chemical Principles (2016)
by CTI Reviews
Sodium aluminate is an important commercial inorganic chemical. It works as an effective source of aluminium hydroxide for many industrial and technical applications. Pure sodium aluminate is a white crystalline solid having a formula ...
by Deniz Uner
Magnesium aluminate is a strong and stable support material with basic nature and very high surface–Ni2+ interaction. Depending on the strength of surface– Ni2+ interaction, magnesium alumina requires higher reduction temperatures of ...
by D. Brynn Hibbert, A.M. James
Calcium aluminate is a constituent of Portland cement. Aluminium oxide, alumina , has two crystal phases: o-alumina occurs naturally as coRUNDUM or emery and is an hop structure (see CLOSE-PACKED STRUCTURES) of oxide ions with ...
TR1-CALC1C ALUMINATE is a white, crystalline, isotropic substance, having no optical activity in polarized light. It is easily fused to a white slag. When pulverized and mixed with water it heats strongly and sets very quickly like plaster of Paris, ...
by Joseph Pask, Anthony Evans
As a result, potassium aluminate is an important component of the slags accummulating in such generators [1-3}. The system. K2CO3KA102 is under investigation as part of a more general study of potassium carbonate – slag interaction.
Tri-calcic Aluminate is a white, crystalline, isotropic substance, having no optical activity in polarized light. It is easily fused to a white slag. When pulverized and mixed with water it heats strongly and sets very quickly like plaster of Paris, but it is ...
Horizons in Polymer Research (2005)
by Robert K. Bregg
The usual course of the reduction of polymer supported esters or amides by lithium tetra- hydrido aluminate is that the reaction stops at the yield of 50-60 %. No matter, how large is the excess of the reagent, how high temperature or how long ...
For Students of Pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Biological Chemistry by Paul M. Dewick
Aluminate is the better leaving group, and its loss produces an iminium cation that is also subject to further reduction. This gives us the amine product. Although at first glance the behaviour of some of these carbonyl compounds towards ...
Ceramic Engineering and Science Proceedings, Volume 15 by John B. Wachtman
The cobalt aluminate is a spinel, which enables its color to be altered to a greener shade if desired. These are the strongest of the ceramic pigments, producing a very pure, navy blue color. These pigments are so much stronger than the other ...
Decisions of the Commissioner of Patents and of the United States Courts in Patent and Trade-mark and Copyright Cases (1895)
by United States. Patent Office
Aluminate of soda. is a compound of alumina and soda— '- e" of the oxides of aluminium and sodium' It is a triple com Dow'd of oxygen, aluminium, and sodium_ An alkaline earthy aluminate is an nlnininate of baryta, strontia, lime, 01'; ...
Fusion Technology 1990 (2012)
by B.E. Keen, M. Huguet, R.M. Hemsworth
INTRODUCTION Lithium aluminate is the ceramic presently envisaged for the DEMO relevant breeder-in-tube solid blanket concept developed in the European program. One of the goals in the design work is to avoid or to nnnimize the ...
Instrumentation, Control and Automation of Water and Wastewater Treatment and Transport Systems (2013)
Proceedings of the 5th IAWPRC Workshop Held in Yokohama and Kyoto, Japan, 26 July–3 August 1990 by R. Briggs
It was introduced to sewage treatment as a precipitant for phosphorus, pH shift by sodium aluminate is a byproduct of its application. Complicated. Table 2: Physical properties and costs of alkali used for sewage treatment Table 3: Operational ...
Basic Water Treatment (2002)
by Chris Binnie, Martin Kimber, George Smethurst
and chlorinated copperas — formed by chlorinating ferrous sulfate; • sodium aluminate is a compound of sodium oxide and aluminium oxide; • activated silica ...
by George A. Burdock
Regulatory citations SODIUM ALUMINATE Synonyms Current CAS number Aluminate (A1O2(,-)), sodium; Aluminate (A1O21-), sodium (9CI); Aluminium sodium dioxide; Aluminum sodium oxide (AlNaO2); Aluminum sodium oxide ( AlNaO4); ...
by Mohsen Manutchehr-Danai
diamite; a commercial term for synthetic yttrium aluminate (YAG) used as a diamond imitation. diamogem; a commercial term for white yttrium aluminate (YAG). RI: 1.834.
by Sir Thomas Edward Thorpe
The view most in favour and best supported by experimental evidence, is that the essential constituent is tricalcium silicate 3CaOSi02, and that the body next in importance is a calcium aluminate, to which the formula 2CaOAI203, ...
A Dictionary of Science (2017)
by Jonathan Law
aluminate. A white solid, NaA1O2 or Na2Al2O4, which is insoluble in ethanol and soluble in water giving strongly alkaline solutions; m.p. 1800°C. It is manufactured by heating bauxite with sodium carbonate and extracting the residue with ...
by A. Whelan
cobalt aluminate A blue inorganic material with a relative density of approximately 3.5 and which ...
by P. Somasundaran
GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF ZEOLITE SYNTHESIS A typical synthesis of zeolite is, in principle, a simple procedure which starts with precipitation of x-ray amorphous aluminosilicate precursor by mixing together alkaline aluminate and silicate ...
by Francis D. K. Ching
Type II: moderate Aportland cement having areduced content of tricalcium aluminate, making it more resistant to sulfates and causing it to generateless heat of hydration; used in general construction where resistance to moderate sulfate action ...
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