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Aluminum

The most abundant metal in the crust of the Earth. Because it is not very dense and is resistant to corrosion, it has a wide variety of commercial uses, notably in transportation, packaging, and construction. It is also used in home appliances. Aluminum is also spelled aluminium, especially in countries where British English predominates.
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Without significant cooling, aluminum phosphate wouldn't have crystallized.
In addition to aluminum phosphate, an aluminum hydroxide floc forms that sweeps suspended solids and the particulate and colloidal fraction of the BOD component from the water column as it sinks.
Based on Cerablak(TM)'s nanocomposite architecture, these microspheres contain nanosized carbon inclusions encapsulated in an aluminum phosphate matrix that imparts durable high emissivity properties.
CONTAINS 2% OR LESS OF EACH OF THE FOLLOWING: WHOLE WHEAT FLOUR, CARAMEL COLOR, POLYDEXTROSE, LEAVENING (BAKING SODA, SODIUM ALUMINUM PHOSPHATE, MONOCALCIUM PHOSPHATE), SALT, CORN STARCH, MONO- AND DIGLYCERIDES, NATURAL AND ARTIFICIAL FLAVOR, POLYGLYCEROL ESTERS OF FATTY ACIDS, SODIUM ALGINATE, NATURAL COCOA EXTRACT, PROPYLENE GLYCOL MONO- AND DIESTERS OF FATS AND FATTY ACIDS, MALTODEXTRIN, GELLAN GUM, LACTYLIC ESTERS OF FATTY ACIDS, SOY LECITHIN, POLYSORBATE 60, SOY FLOUR, COFFEE.
The booklet contains a technical paper describing the research that went into the discovery of the key component of Biphor: an amorphous aluminum phosphate whose exceptional opacity stems from unique hiding properties discovered in the behavior of its aluminum phosphate nanoparticles.
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Experiments show that sufficiently high pressures can convert a crystalline form of aluminum phosphate known as alpha-berlinite into an apparently disordered, or glassy, solid.
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In this safety study, rabbits were immunised with a placebo or the RSV-F vaccine at a dose of 3 or 30 micrograms with or without an aluminum phosphate adjuvant to boost immunogenicity.
First, Jeanloz and Kruger surround their crystals with a fluid to ensure even pressure distribution around the samples, in this case the berlinite form of aluminum phosphate.