Who discovered aluminium?
In 1825, a danish pharmacist and scientist, Hans Christian Oersted discovered a new metal, aluminium. Before Hans, people were thinking about Al., but never found a way to access it. He figured out that the Earths crust had an abundant amount of aluminium but it can not be found in nature. Now there is a process that is called the Bayer process which can dig down and the Al.
Aluminium is a silvery-white light weight metal. With a melting point of 660 ° c. Aluminium is used in many day-to-day things, such as soda cans, window frames, and aluminium foils.
Group number- 13
Period number- 3