Definition of Hydrated aluminum oxide
1. Noun. White crystalline compound that occurs naturally as the mineral gibbsite.
Substance meronyms: Gibbsite
Generic synonyms: Hydrated Oxide, Hydroxide
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Literary usage of Hydrated aluminum oxide
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1. Outlines of Industrial Chemistry: A Text-book for Students by Frank Hall Thorp, Warren Kendall Lewis (1916)
"... while stirring thoroughly, the second reaction takes place; the residue is chiefly hydrated aluminum oxide, while sodium fluoride goes into solution. ..."
2. The Economic Aspect of Geology by Charles Kenneth Leith (1921)
"CHAPTER XII MISCELLANEOUS METALLIC MINERALS ALUMINUM ORES ECONOMIC FEATURES Bauxite (hydrated aluminum oxide) is the principal ore of aluminum. ..."
3. Materials of Machines by Albert William Smith (1914)
"... and often with another hydrated aluminum oxide, Al203-3 H20." The separation of the alumina from the other substances of the bauxite is effected as ..."
4. A Text-book of Important Minerals and Rocks by Samuel Escue Tillman (1900)
"Bauxite is a clay-like mineral found also in grains, concretions, and massive. It is a hydrated aluminum oxide, ..."