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History of Aluminum
Properties of Aluminum
Applications and uses
Aluminum has a naturally occurring isotope with a mass number of 27 which is also aluminum's atomic mass.
The two most common and important compounds that aluminum forms are potassium aluminum sulfate and aluminum oxide.
You can find aluminum on the periodic table on the right side in the third row and its the last one on the left you'll see Al and underneath the letters Al it will say Aluminum.
Aluminum is also the third most abundant element on earth other than silicon and oxygen. Aluminum is also the most common metal found naturally on earth.
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