a quick-setting cement with a large bauxite content.
- Alumina trihydrate
. a crystalline, water-insoluble powder, al(oh) 3 or al 2 o 3 ⋅3h 2 o, obtained chiefly from bauxite: used in the manufacture of gl-ss, ceramics, and printing inks, in dyeing, and in medicine as an antacid and in the treatment of ulcers.
containing or yielding aluminum. adjective containing or yielding aluminium or alumina
a mineral, hydrous aluminum sulfate, al 2 (so 4)(oh) 4 ⋅7h 2 o, occurring in white, chalky m-sses. historical examples we floated there like a derelict—dark, silent, save for the lapping of the water against our aluminite pontoons. tarrano the conqueror raymond king c-mmings the walls seemed to bulge outward with the pressure of the […]
- Aluminium hydroxide
noun a white crystalline powder derived from bauxite and used in the manufacture of gl-ss and ceramics, aluminium and its salts, and in dyeing. formula: al(oh)3 or al2o3.3h2o historical examples supposing bauxite to be 90% aluminium hydroxide, what weight of it is necessary for the preparation of 100 kg. an elementary study of chemistry william […]
- Aluminium bronze
noun any of a range of copper alloys that contain between 5 and 10 per cent aluminium historical examples another, known as aluminium bronze, possesses great hardness and tenacity. the new gresham encyclopedia. vol. 1 part 1 various