Aluminum Faith Crabtree

Symbol- Al

Atomic Number- 13

Protons- 13 Neutrons-14 Electrons-13

Atomic Mass-27

Aluminum is solid not a liquid or a gas.

Aluminum is considered a metal.

Hans Christian Orsted discovered aluminum in Denmark during 1825.

Aluminum was used in medicine as an astringent, and was used in the dying process.

Aluminum is silvery, shiny, and light in weight.

Aluminum is present in more than 270 minerals.

Aluminum reflects about 92% of visible light, and reflects about 98% of infrared rays.

Aluminum is extremely difficult to isolate from minerals because it is extremely reactive.

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