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aluminium sulphate description

Aluminum sulfate Al2S3O12 - PubChem

aluminium sulfate anhydrous sulfuric acid, aluminium salt (3:2) EPA Pesticide Chemical Code 013906 Sulfatodialuminum disulfate (Al2 (SO4)3)

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Aluminium Sulphate - an overview ScienceDirect

Aluminium sulphate is the most widely used aluminium coagulant (Section 8.20). It is available in a number of solid grades such as block, kibbled or ground and is also available as a solution typically containing 8–8.3% w/w Al 2 O 3. In waterworks practice aluminium sulphate is frequently but incorrectly referred to as ‘alum’.

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Description of Aluminium

Aluminium sulphate, also known as cake alum or aluminium salt, is represented by Al2 (SO4)3. It is used in various industry applications, such as waste water treatment industry, water purification and paper industry. Aluminium sulphate is available in a

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Aluminium sulphate (Ref: T534)

Aluminium sulphate is an inorganic salt used for slug and snail control that is approved for use in the EU. It is highly soluble in water, non-volatile and can persist in the environment. It is not highly toxic to mammals but is moderately toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates.

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Aluminium sulphate - Registration Dossier - ECHA

Aluminium sulphate EC Number: 233-135-0 EC Name: Aluminium sulphate CAS Number: 10043-01-3 Molecular formula: Al.3/2H2O4S IUPAC Name: dialuminium(3+) trisulfate

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aluminum sulfate process description

aluminum sulfate process description In the bauxite refining process, the aluminum-bearing minerals in bauxite are converted in a multiple-step process to alumina (Al2O3) Alumina can be smelted to form metallic aluminum or it can be used as the source of many other products, including refractory materials used to line high-temperature rotary kilns and metallurgical furnac...

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Aluminium sulphate - Registration Dossier - ECHA

Description of key information The lowest reliable short-term toxicity to terrestrial arthropods-midge (Tanytarsus dissimilis) which is reported by Lamb, D.S., and G.C. Bailey, 1983after a 96 hours exposure to aluminium sulphate was 506 mg/kg soil dw (LC50).

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Aluminium sulphate — Sandvik Materials Technology

Aluminium sulphate These corrosion data are mainly based on results of general corrosion laboratory tests , carried out with pure chemicals and water solutions nearly saturated with air (the corrosion rate can be quite different if the solution is free from oxygen).

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aluminium sulphate Sigma-Aldrich

Synonym: Aluminum magnesium hydroxide sulfate hydrate Empirical Formula (Hill Notation): Al 5 H 31 Mg 10 O 39 S 2 xH 2 O Molecular Weight: 1097.31 (anhydrous basis)

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Aluminium Sulphate - an overview ScienceDirect

Aluminium sulphate is the most widely used aluminium coagulant (Section 8.20). It is available in a number of solid grades such as block, kibbled or ground and is also available as a solution typically containing 8–8.3% w/w Al 2 O 3. In waterworks practice aluminium sulphate is frequently but incorrectly referred to as ‘alum’.

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Aluminium sulphate (Ref: T534)

Aluminium sulphate is an inorganic salt used for slug and snail control that is approved for use in the EU. It is highly soluble in water, non-volatile and can persist in the environment. It is not highly toxic to mammals but is moderately toxic to fish and aquatic invertebrates.

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Aluminum (sulfate, or sulphate) - a brief

Aluminum (sulfate, or sulphate) - a brief description, fields of use. Aluminum (sulfate, or sulphate) isa complex inorganic substance. It is white salt with a characteristic bluish tinge (let's say the shade is pink). Crystal hydrate is colorless. Hygroscopic.

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Aluminum sulfate - definition of aluminum

Define aluminum sulfate. aluminum sulfate synonyms, aluminum sulfate pronunciation, aluminum sulfate translation, English dictionary definition of aluminum sulfate. n. A white crystalline compound, Al2 3, used in papermaking, water purification, sanitation, and tanning.

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aluminium sulfate Sigma-Aldrich

Synonym: Aluminum magnesium hydroxide sulfate hydrate Empirical Formula (Hill Notation): Al 5 H 31 Mg 10 O 39 S 2 xH 2 O Molecular Weight: 1097.31 (anhydrous basis)

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SUFAL® - Aluminium sulphate - IQE

Aluminium sulphate The aluminium sulphate , SUFAL, is an organic salt, soluble in water. It is the result of the reaction of concentrated sulphuric acid with an aluminium source, such as bauxite or aluminium hydroxide, among others.

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aluminum sulfate anhydrous, 10043-01-3

article of commerce usually contains 5 to 10% less water than theory. aluminum sulfate octadecahydrate ground powder, food grade, and commercial. the commercial grade is available both as a lump or granular solid containing 17.0-17.5% aluminum oxide (57% aluminum sulfate) and as a solution containing 7.5-8.5% aluminum oxide.

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Aluminiumsulfaat - Wikipedia

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Aluminium sulphate - Registration Dossier - ECHA

Aluminium oxide CAS number: 1344-28-1 CAS number: 1344-28-1 Synonyms Names: Identifier: EC name aluminium oxide Identifier: IUPAC name 215-691-6 Identifier: IUPAC name Aluminium oxide Identifier: IUPAC name aluminium oxide Molecular and structural information Related substances

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Aluminium Sulphate 1Kg - hallsretail

Aluminium sulphate is a chemical compound with the formula al2(So4)3. It is soluble in water and is mainly used as a coagulating agent (Promoting particle collision by neutralizing charge) in the purification of drinking water and waste water treatment pla

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Aluminiumsulfaat - Wikipedia

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SUFAL® - Aluminium sulphate - IQE

The aluminium sulphate, SUFAL, is an organic salt, soluble in water. It is the result of the reaction of concentrated sulphuric acid with an aluminium source, such as bauxite or aluminium hydroxide, among others. SUFAL is available in aqueous solutions and in solid hydrated forms, with different particle sizes.

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1. Identification Product Name Aluminium sulfate ...

SAFETY DATA SHEET Creation Date 01-May-2012 Revision Date 17-Jan-2018 Revision Number 3 1. Identification Product Name Aluminium sulfate octadecahydrate Cat No. : A613-500 CAS-No 7784-31-8 Synonyms Sulfuric acid, dialuminum salt, octadecahydrate. Recommended Use Laboratory chemicals. Uses advised against Not for food, drug, pesticide or biocidal product use ...

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aluminum sulfate anhydrous, 10043-01-3

article of commerce usually contains 5 to 10% less water than theory. aluminum sulfate octadecahydrate ground powder, food grade, and commercial. the commercial grade is available both as a lump or granular solid containing 17.0-17.5% aluminum oxide (57% aluminum sulfate) and as a solution containing 7.5-8.5% aluminum oxide.

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ecvvchemicals: Aluminum Sulphate

20-11-2011  Aluminium Sulphate Non Ferric Alumina:17 % Iron:0.01% Water insoluble:0.5 % PH:2.6 Size: Lumps/granules/Powder.

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Aluminum sulfate - definition of aluminum

Define aluminum sulfate. aluminum sulfate synonyms, aluminum sulfate pronunciation, aluminum sulfate translation, English dictionary definition of aluminum sulfate. n. A white crystalline compound, Al2 3, used in papermaking, water purification, sanitation, and tanning.

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Aluminium Sulphate Identification

Aluminium Sulphate Section 1 - Chemical Product and Company Identification MSDS Name : Aluminium Sulphate Synonyms : Aluminium trisulphate Calcium Cation Reactions [MarZ Chemistry] Aluminium sulfate is a chemical compound with the formula Al 2 (SO 4) 3.

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Sulfate in Drinking-water - WHO

GENERAL DESCRIPTION 1.1 Identity Sulfates occur naturally in numerous minerals, including barite (BaSO4), epsomite ... Aluminium sulfate (alum) is used as a sedimentation agent in the treatment of drinking-water. Copper sulfate has been used for the control of algae in raw and public water supplies

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Awash Melkassa Aluminium Sulphate and

Aluminum Hydroxide Description Awash Melkassa Aluminium Sulphate and Sulphuric Acid Share Company (AMSSAS.CO.) invites all interested bidders for the supply of 240M/T Aluminum Hydroxide.

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Mineral Gallery - The Sulfates Class

The Sulfates are an important mineral class and include some very interesting and attractive specimens. Although many minerals belong to this class, only barite, gypsum, and anhydrite can be considered common. The basic chemical unit is the (AO4) complex anion with a charge of negative two (-2).The sulfites, selenites and tellurites (notice the spelling) have a basic unit of (AO3)The A can be ...

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Aluminum Sulphate 48% Anchem Chemical

Product Description. Chemical Formula: Al 2 (SO 4) 3. CAS Number: 10043-01-3. Synonyms: alum, aluminum sulfate, liquid alum. Material Uses: floculant, coagulation. One of the most important uses of Aluminum Sulfate is as a coagulant in water treatment and purification in

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Aluminiumsulfaat - Wikipedia

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Aluminum Sulfate (Anhydrous) AMERICAN

About Aluminum Sulfate (Anhydrous) Anhydrous Aluminum Sulfate is a moderately water and acid soluble Aluminum source for uses compatible with sulfates. Sulfate compounds are salts or esters of sulfuric acid formed by replacing one or both of the hydrogens with a metal.

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ALUMINUM SULFATE - gsrs.ncats.nih.gov

ALUMINUM SULFATE 34S289N54E Overview Structure Names 29: Classification 2: Identifiers 12: Relationships 1: Active Moiety 1: Notes 4: Audit Info References 33: Moieties 3: Substance Class ...

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ecvvchemicals: Aluminum Sulphate

20-11-2011  Aluminium Sulphate Non Ferric Alumina:17 % Iron:0.01% Water insoluble:0.5 % PH:2.6 Size: Lumps/granules/Powder.

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Aluminum Sulfate Solution Turbidity, TOC, BOD

Aluminum Sulfate Solution Specs. USALCO Aluminum Sulfate (Alum), is a high quality, iron-free, clear solution that meets the specifications of the American Water Works Association Standard B403-16 and complies with the requirements of NSF/ANSI/CAN 60 at a maximum dosage of 150 mg/L. USALCO liquid Aluminum Sulfate is ready to use and mixes well in water. Technical Data Sheet

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Aluminum Sulfate Process Description

aluminum sulfate process description - Crusher Manufacturers. Process for manufacturing aluminum sulfate. Description and Use Aluminum Sulfate is an odorless, white or

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Sulfate in Drinking-water - WHO

sulfate (alum) is used as a sedimentation agent in the treatment of drinking-water. Copper sulfate has been used for the control of algae in raw and public water supplies (McGuire et al., 1984).

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Aluminium Sulphate Identification

Aluminium Sulphate Section 1 - Chemical Product and Company Identification MSDS Name : Aluminium Sulphate Synonyms : Aluminium trisulphate Calcium Cation Reactions [MarZ Chemistry] Aluminium sulfate is a chemical compound with the formula Al 2 (SO 4) 3.

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Mineral Gallery - The Sulfates Class

The typical Sulfate Class mineral is vitreous, average to above average in density, average in hardness and are originally formed in veins, oxidation zones, contact metamorphic zones and in evaporite deposits. Some Sulfate Class minerals are soluble and several are fluorescent. All other properties are variable.

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