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Transcript of Aluminum
27.0 Aluminum By Claire Whitaker The Nucleus 13 protons
13 electrons THANKS FOR WATCHING boron group
not soluble in water
third most common element
aka aluminium (UK) Al O 2 6 Alpha-Alumina Aluminum
Compounds Aluminum Chloride AlCl 3 (C HN) 6 3 used as an antiperspirant used in:
wear resistant applications 31
both have 3 valance
electrons and form
more unstable hydrides
than Boron History Hans Christian
Ørsted started a chain of scientists on the search for pure aluminum after creating an impure version by reacting anhydrous aluminium chloride with potassium amalgam, which yielded a lump of metal looking similar to tin