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The chemical element number 13, having an atomic weight 26.9815.
Aluminum is the most abundant metal in the lithosphere. It is never found freely but is generally combined with oxygen.
The pure metal is silvery white and light in weight, having a specific gravity of 2.7. One stable isotope (aluminum 47) occurs naturally, and six unstable isotopes are known.
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A white, crystalline, hygroscopic powder used as an astringent, antiseptic, and antiperspirant.
A slightly astringent, tasteless powder used externally as a drying powder and internally as an antacid in the form of a gel.
basic aluminum carbonate
A complex mixture of aluminum hydroxide and aluminum carbonate.
The gel is used as an antacid and in a low phosphate diet to prevent the formation of phosphate urinary stones.