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Aluminium Potassium Sulphate
   is also known as   
Alum
Aluminium Oxide
   is also known as   
Alumina
Corundum is the most common naturally-occurring crystalline form of aluminium oxide. Much less-common rubies and sapphires are gem-quality forms of corundum with their characteristic colors due to trace impurities in the corundum structure.
Impure Aluminium Oxide
   is also known as   
Emery Powder
Al
   is the chemical symbol for   
Aluminium
James Hawes
   wrote the book adapted for the film   
Rancid Aluminium (2000)
Based on the 1997 book
Rancid Aluminium (2000)
   starred   
Rhys Ifans, Joseph Fiennes and Tara Fitzgerald
Director: Edward Thomas. Also starred Sadie Frost, Steven Berkoff & Keith Allen
Rancid Aluminium (2000)
   has the tagline   
Those Who Should Know, KNOW!
Edward Thomas
   directed   
Rancid Aluminium (2000)
E173
   is   
Aluminium
Food Colouring [160–199 other colours]
Aluminium
   has the atomic number of   
13
Al2O3
   is   
Aluminium Oxide
Corundum is the most common naturally-occurring crystalline form of aluminium oxide. Much less-common rubies and sapphires are gem-quality forms of corundum with their characteristic colors due to trace impurities in the corundum structure.
E520
   is   
Aluminium Sulphate
E521
   is   
Aluminium Sodium Sulphate
E522
   is   
Aluminium Potassium Sulphate
E523
   is   
Aluminium Ammonium Sulphate
E541
   is   
Sodium Aluminium Phosphate
E554
   is   
Sodium Aluminium Silicate
E555
   is   
Potassium Aluminium Silicate
E556
   is   
Aluminium Calcium Silicate
E559
   is   
Aluminium Silicate; Kaolin






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