chemical element, metal
Subclass ofpost-transition metal, building material, medication, combustible powder Cokic
Part ofperiod 3, group 13 Cokic
Named afteralum Cokic
Made from materialbauxite Cokic
Has effectaluminium exposure Cokic
Discoverer or inventorHans Christian Ørsted Cokic
Time of discovery or invention1825 Cokic
Element symbolAl Cokic
Chemical formulaAl Cokic
Canonical SMILES[Al] Cokic
Electron configuration[Ne] 3s² 3p¹, 1s² 2s² 2p⁶ 3s² 3p¹ Cokic
Safety classification and labellingRegulation (EC) No. 1272/2008 Cokic
NIOSH Pocket Guide ID7900 Cokic
Found in taxonIsaria cicadae Cokic
Has usedye Cokic
History of topichistory of aluminium Cokic
Recycling code41 Cokic
Unicode character Cokic


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