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Aluminium is the world's most abundant elements. It is the most common element found in the earth. It forms about 7% of the earth's mass and it occurs in nature and other complex compounds. Aluminium is three times lighter than steel. It's  lightweight property along with its strength and can be produced in many in alloys. It's also can be easily extruded into many profile shapes.  

Aluminium is used excessively used. No other metallic element can be used in so many ways across such a variety of industries. one of the most common end uses of aluminium is packaging, including drinks cans, foil wrappings, bottle tops and foil containers. Each of these relies on aluminium to provide a way of containing the food cleanly, and to protect it from changes in the local environment outside the packaging.  Aluminium is non-toxic and aromaless itself, making it perfect for packaging.  

Light weight is also important factor, makes it the first choice for long distance transportation industries. Aluminium has been used in high voltage electrical transmission, in place of copper.  Aluminium also has further end uses in products used more readily around the home. Like all the other uses they relate specifically back to the properties of the metal. The material is used to make kitchen utensils, golf clubs, tennis bats, indoor and outdoor furniture, fridges, and electrical appliances. 



Molecular Formula  AL

Density : 2.70 g/cu cm

Melting Pt :  659 Deg. C

Boiling Pt : 2325 Deg. C