listen to the pronunciation of aluminum
Englisch - Türkisch
(Nükleer Bilimler) alüminyum (Al)
{i} alüminyum

Tom alüminyum bir sopayla Mary'ye vurdu. - Tom hit Mary with an aluminum bat.

Alüminyum dökümler tekrar fırçalanmalıdır. - The aluminum castings must be brushed again.

(Tıp) Bakınız: aluminum
(isim) alüminyum
aluminum foil
alüminyum folyo
aluminum oxide
alüminyum oksit
aluminum nitride
alüminyum nitrür
aluminum properties
alüminyum özellikleri
aluminum floating footbridge

Her geri dönüşümlü alüminyum bir TV'yi üç saat çalıştırmak için gerekli enerjiyi kazandırabilir. - Every recycled aluminium can saves enough energy to power a TV for three hours.

Alüminyum'un başlıca doğal izotopu alüminyum-27'dir. - The principal natural isotope of aluminium is aluminium-27.

copper, aluminum, lead, nickel, tin
bakır, alüminyum, kurşun, nikel, kalay
forged aluminum
dövme alüminyum
manufacturing aluminum profiles
alüminyum profil imalatı
i., İng., bak. aluminum
(Tıp) Al sembolü ile bilinen, atom no: 13 ve Atom ağırlığı: 27 olan kimyasal element
(isim) alüminyum
i alüminyum
corrugated aluminum
oluklu alüminyum
corrugated aluminum plate
oluklu alüminyum levha
extruded aluminum
çekme aluminyum
leaf aluminum
yaprak alüminyum
leaf aluminum
varak alüminyum
Englisch - Englisch
A metallic chemical element (symbol Al) with an atomic number of 13
A silvery, lightweight, easily-worked metal that was used for dolls at the end of the nineteenth century until the early 1920s
In general terms, aluminum is a metal that is lighter than steel, but not as strong It can be machined (cut on a machine) to replace many plastic parts of an R/C car, but is not recommended for replacing suspension arms
just like titanium, aluminum is also a nonferrous metal Commonly used as handles, aluminum gives the knife a solid feel, without the extra weight The most common form of aluminum is T6-6061, a heat treatable grade The most common finishing process for aluminum is anodizing
A silvery-white metallic element, the most abundant in the earth's crust, but found only in combination, chiefly in bauxite
A light, malleable metal that is a good conductor of electricity Commonly found in nature in oxidized form, bauxite
A lightweight, corrosion-resistant metal used for vertical and horizontal siding
While aluminum was once very popular, and is strong and light, it is not used quite as much, as it does not weld or solder easily and is somewhat difficult to adjust Aluminum does have a very unique look and feel to it
Eyeglass frame material that is lightweight, yet difficult to solder or weld, limiting its adaptability to different designs
A conductive metal used in wafer fabrication to connect the various parts of the circuit
A lightweight, silver-colored, easily worked metal used in sculpture and architecture since about 1930   Aluminum is not an alloy The melting point of aluminum is 1200 degrees F
Aluminum can be found as a natural forming mineral or as a by product of water that is corrosive or aggressive Aluminum in the water may cause a discoloration or cloudy appearance The EPA maximum contaminant level for aluminum in water is 0 2 ppm
Chemical symbol Al Silvery white metal; ductile with tensile strength and malleable; resistant to corrosion, but can be attacked by acids and alkalis; good conductor of electricity Lightweight, strong metal produced from alumina, which is processed from bauxite ore Commercial use is only 100 years old, yet the metal is second only to steel in tonnage consumed annually Used extensively in articles requiring lightness, corrosion resistance, or electrical conductivity Metal is used to make transportation, packaging, building, electrical, and consumer durable products
a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
A non-rusting metal sometimes utilized in the fabrication of metal roofing, gutters and roof flashings
A chemical element Rustproof, non-magnetic, silver-white lightweight metal, which is a good thermal and electrical conductor It is abundant in the earth's crust The atomic symbol is AL, atomic number is 13 and its atomic weight is 26 98
Aluminum is one of the metal sidings It is more popular than steel because exposed areas of steel tend to rust Aluminum siding comes in long panels with baked-on enamel finish that can be smooth or textured Aluminum may dent and depending on how high or low the damaged panel is replacing it may be difficult Aluminum is a good heat insulator and is very waterproof Aluminum is composed of the same 3 basic parts as vinyl
A non-rusting metal used in roofing for metal roofing and the fabrication of gutter and flashings
A silver-white soft metal, noted for its lightness, high reflectivity, high thermal conductivity, nontoxicity, and corrosion resistance It is the most abundant metallic element, comprising about 1/12th of the earth's crust It is never found in nature as an elemental metal, but only in combination with oxygen and other elements In ordinary commercial and industrial use, the word aluminum is often understood to mean aluminum alloy, rather than the pure metal
A lightweight, silver-colored, easily worked metal used in sculpture and architecture since about 1930   Aluminum is not an alloy The melting point of aluminum is 1200 degrees F
Extruded aluminum is used in several SlideMaster units Aluminum rails can provide high stiffness while at the same time providing slide unit weights approximately 40% less than steel; and improved corrosion resistance
A chemical element, symbol Al, atomic number 13, and atomic weight 26 98 Important elemental material in conjunction with PQ products
Aside from copper, aluminum is the best heat conductor used for cookware It has even heat distribution and no "hot spots" where food will stick and burn
A master alloy element for many titanium alloys Aluminum is used to stabilize alpha microstructures Typical alloying weight percentages are from 2 to 7%
The metal most often used in semiconductor technology to form the interconnects between devices on a chip It can be applied by evaporation or by sputtering
Element No 13 of the periodic system; Atomic weight 26 97; silvery white metal of valence 3; melting point 1220 (degrees) F; boiling point approximately 4118 (degrees) F ; ductile and malleable; stable against normal atmospheric corrosion, but attacked by both acids and alkalis Aluminum is used extensively in articles requiring lightness, corrosion resistance, electrical conductivity, etc Its principal functions as an alloy in steel making; (1) Deoxidizes efficiently (2) Restricts grain growth (by forming dispersed oxides or nitrides) (3) Alloying element in nitriding steel
A light ductile metal that is easy to weld It is a good conductor of heat and electricity When it is exposed to air, it creates a protective film resistant to corrosion It is used in alloys with copper, zinc, manganese and magnesium It is a very versatile metal and so has a wide variety of uses: packaging materials, utensils, auto-bodies, airplanes, building materials, electrical conductors, explosives, fireworks, abrasives, cosmetics, paints, and even food additives It is a natural component in soil, water, and air Inhalation of the fine powder can lead to pulmonary fibrosis
see aluminium. Metallic chemical element, chemical symbol Al, atomic number
{i} malleable silvery metallic element used in alloys and in the manufacture of lightweight objects (Chemistry)
A lightweight, silvery white metal, it is so reactive chemically that it always occurs in compounds. It is the most abundant metallic element in Earth's crust, chiefly in bauxite (its principal ore), feldspars, micas, clay minerals, and laterite. It also occurs in gemstones, such as topaz, garnet, and chrysoberyl; emery, corundum, ruby, and sapphire are crystalline aluminum oxide. Aluminum was first isolated in 1825, became commercially available in the late 19th century, and is now the most widely used metal after iron. Its surface oxidizes at once to a hard, tough film, deterring further corrosion. Uses include building and construction, corrosion-resistant chemical equipment, auto and aircraft parts, power transmission lines, photoengraving plates, cookware and other consumer goods, and tubes for ointments and pastes. Important compounds include alums; alumina (aluminum oxide), useful as corundum and as a carrier for many catalysts; aluminum chloride, a widely used catalyst for organic syntheses; and aluminum hydroxide, used to waterproof fabrics
aluminum chloride
Alternative spelling of aluminium chloride
aluminum foil
A very thin, pliable, easily torn sheet of aluminum used for cooking, packaging, cosmetics, and insulation
aluminum foils
plural form of aluminum foil
aluminum hydride
Alternative spelling of aluminium hydride
aluminum hydroxide
Alternative spelling of aluminium hydroxide
aluminum oxide
Alternative spelling of aluminium oxide
aluminum shower
The midair collision of two aircraft

But he agrees that corporate jets are increasing the strain on air traffic controllers trying to prevent what’s known in the industry as an “aluminum shower,” a midair collision.

aluminum silicate
Alternative spelling of aluminium silicate
aluminum silicates
plural form of aluminum silicate
Aluminum Company of America
American company headquartered in Pittsburgh (Pennsylvania), global producer and supplier of aluminum and other fabricated products, ALCOA
aluminum bronze
a copper-aluminum alloy with high tensile strength and resistance to corrosion
aluminum business
manufacturers of aluminum considered as a group
aluminum chloride
a chloride used as a wood preservative or catalyst
aluminum foil
foil made of aluminum
aluminum foil
tin foil, very thin sheets of aluminum used for wrapping and preserving foodstuffs
aluminum frame
frame which is made of aluminum (light and strong metal which does not rust)
aluminum hydroxide
white crystalline compound that occurs naturally as the mineral gibbsite
aluminum plant
A succulent herb (Pilea cadierei) often grown as a houseplant for its silver-colored leaves
aluminum sulfate
A white crystalline compound, Al, used chiefly in papermaking, water purification, sanitation, and tanning
aluminum-frame window
window which has a frame made of aluminum (light and strong metal which does not rust)
lithium aluminum hydride
Alternative spelling of lithium aluminium hydride
Very common shiny white metal Its principal ore is bauxite Asbestos: Term used to designate fibrous silicate minerals which are nonflammable Antimony: White, greyish or yellowish crystalline chemical element Archeology: Science which studies ancient things produced by man Arsenic: Steel-grey brittle chemical element found in nature in the form of sulfide Anchor cable: Steel rope inserted in the roof of an underground gallery to increase its stability Acid rain: Rain which is corrosive and causes environmental destruction
Glossary Your guide to aluminium industry terminology, with terms specific to the field of aluminium grain refining, aluminium master alloys and metal treatment technology Term Description AA The Aluminum Association, based in USA is responsible for the industry standard grain refiner (TP-1) and dissolution (TP-2) tests, as well as chemical specifications for master alloys and compacts
Metal commonly used to form conductive layers
Aluminium is used in many farms as screens, hatching trays and also as a construction material for some items of plant such as filters etc The material is generally long lasting, but use in very acid waters should be avoided as this can lead to the build up of aluminium in the water, which is toxic to fish It's use in seawater systems should also be avoided as the seawater oxidises the aluminium Where aluminium is not suitable, 304 or 316 stainless steel should be used In some areas where there is an abundance of aluminium in the ground, and acidic waters prevail, dissolved aluminium can cause severe problems to fish These problems most often occur where there is run-off from industry/mining activities
a silvery ductile metallic element found primarily in bauxite
{i} type of metal (alternate spelling for aluminum)
Atomic weight 27
Symbol Al
This metal is white, but with a bluish tinge, and is remarkable for its resistance to oxidation, and for its lightness, having a specific gravity of about 2
Aluminium is a lightweight metal used, for example, for making cooking equipment and aircraft parts. aluminium cans. a silver-white metal that is very light and is used to make cans, cooking pans, window frames etc. It is a chemical element : symbol Al (alumen; ALUM)
A light, silvery metal extracted from bauxite, and a chemical element (symbol Al) with an atomic number of 13
The metallic base of alumina



    Türkische aussprache



    /əˈlo͞omənəm/ /əˈluːmənəm/


    [ &-'lü-m&-n&m ] (noun.) 1812. Named in 1812 by British chemist Sir Humphry Davy who discovered it, after the earlier 1807 New Latin form alumium.Chambers Dictionary of Etymology, Robert K. Barnhart (ed.), Chambers, 1988


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