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Aluminum AL. By Examplius. Atomic Structure Slide. Protons= 13 Neutrons=14 Electrons=13 EXTRA CREDIT: shell # 3 Valence electron # 3. Properties Slide. Aluminum is a metal The atomic mass of aluminum is about 27 The density is 2.7 g/cm Melting point 660.4 Celsius

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Aluminum al

AluminumAL

By Examplius


Atomic structure slide

Atomic Structure Slide

  • Protons= 13

  • Neutrons=14

  • Electrons=13

  • EXTRA CREDIT: shell # 3

    Valence electron # 3


Properties slide

Properties Slide

  • Aluminum is a metal

  • The atomic mass of aluminum is about 27

  • The density is 2.7 g/cm

  • Melting point 660.4 Celsius

  • Boiling point is 2467 Celsius

  • Aluminum is in the boron family other that are in this family indium, gallium, and thallium


Uses slide

Uses Slide

  • Aluminum is used in kitchen utensils because it is not heavy but strong

  • Aluminum is also used in cans and foil because of it’s flexibility

  • It is also used for road signs because it a strong metal

  • Aluminum is also used in aircrafts and automotive vehicles because it is very strong

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Poem slide

Poem Slide

  • Aluminum is strong, strong enough to break a gong, it’s a flexible metal, used to make cars so drivers can put the foot to the petal


Bibliograghy

Bibliograghy

  • www.lenntech.com

  • Www.Webelements.com

  • www.drivers.com

  • www.chem4kids.com

  • www.chemtopics.com


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