1. Aluminum Acetate

• The diacetate is used as an antiseptic
• The Aluminum Acetate compound can be used medicinally to treat infections in the outer ear canal. It is used in the name brand drug Domeboro, which contains acetic acid/aluminum acetate. This medication kills the infectious bacteria and fungus as well as drying out the ear canal
• Since it acts as a drying agent, it can also be used in the treatment of severe rashes, such as poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac

2. Aluminum Carbonate

CAS No.: 14455-29-9
It is formed in the reaction between an aluminum compound, such as aluminum sulfate (Al2(SO4)3), and sodium carbonate (Na2CO3):

Al2(SO4)3 + 3 Na2CO3 → Al2(CO3)3 + 3 Na2SO4

3. Alumina

Various Applications:
• As a filler
• As a catalyst and catalyst support
• In Gas purification and related absorption applications
• As a medium for chromatography
• In fabrication of superconducting devices
• It is used in some sodium vapor lamps

Technical Specifications:
GRADE : NPI-I (Instrument- Air Drying Grade)
Shape : Sphere / Balls
Size : 5-8 / 3-5 mm
Bulk density(Kg / m3) : 700-800
BET Surface area (m2/gm) : 345-415
Pore Volume (cc /gm) : 0.40 – 0.50
Ad Sorption Capacity (60% RH ) : 21.5
Attrition Loss ( % ) : 0.2
Chemical Composition ( % )
Na2O : NMT 0.5
Fe2O3 : NMT 0.05
SiO2 : NMT 0.10
Crushing Strength % : 97
LOI (300°C – 1000°C ) : 6 - 8
Al2O3 (By difference) : MIN 94

4. Aluminum Chloride

CAS No.: 7446-70-0
AlCl3 is probably the most commonly used Lewis acid and also one of the most powerful. It finds widespread application in the chemical industry as a catalyst for Friedel–Crafts reactions, both acylations and alkylations. Important products are detergents and ethylbenzene. It also finds use in polymerization and isomerization reactions of hydrocarbons.

5. Aluminum Hydroxide

CAS No.: 21645-51-2
Annual production is some 100 million tonnes, over 90% of which is converted to aluminium oxide(alumina) that is used in the manufacture of aluminium metal.

The major other uses of aluminum hydroxide is as a feedstock for the manufacture of other aluminum compounds: specialty calcined aluminas, aluminum sulfate, poly aluminum chloride, aluminum chloride, zeolites, sodium aluminate, activated alumina, aluminum nitrate.

6. Aluminum Nitrate

CAS No.: 13473-90-0
Aluminum Nitrate is a strong oxidizing agent. It is used in tanning leather, antiperspirants, corrosion inhibitors, extraction of uranium, petroleum refining, and as a nitrating agent.

The nonahydrate and other hydrated aluminum nitrates have many applications. These salts are used to produce alumina for preparation of insulating papers, in cathode ray tubeheating elements, and on transformer core laminates. The hydrated salts are also used for the extraction of actinide elements.

7. Aluminum Oxide

CAS No.: 1344-28-1
Aluminum Oxide is an amphoteric oxide with the chemical formula Al2O3. It is commonly referred to as alumina(α-alumina), aloxide, or corundum in its crystalline form, as well as many other names, reflecting its widespread occurrence in nature and industry. Its most significant use is in the production of aluminum metal, although it is also used as an abrasive owing to its hardness and as a refractory material owing to its high melting point.[5] There is also a cubic γ-alumina with important technical applications.

8. Aluminum Sulphate

CAS No.: 10043-01-3
Aluminum Sulphate is used in water purification and as a mordant in dyeing and printing textiles. In water purification, it causes impurities to coagulate which are removed as the particulate settles to the bottom of the container or more easily filtered. This process is called coagulation or flocculation.

When dissolved in a large amount of neutral or slightly alkaline water, aluminum sulfate produces a gelatinous precipitate of aluminum hydroxide, Al(OH)3. In dyeing and printing cloth, the gelatinous precipitate helps the dye adhere to the clothing fibers by rendering the pigment insoluble.

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