Definition of aluminium
Recent Examples of aluminium from the Web
Qualcomm says that the new reader design works underneath an OLED display up to 1,200 microns deep, an 800-micron glass layer, or a 650-micron aluminium layer.
Huge chunks of the aluminium composite material (ACM) blistered and peeled off the tower during Wednesday’s inferno, showering survivors and rescue workers in acrid ash that covered a radius of several blocks.
Documents show that aluminium composite material (ACM) was used in Grenfell Tower's rainscreen cladding.
The 32-year-old company makes vinyl and aluminium windows, doors and sunrooms for customers in Texas and surrounding states.
Aluminium, nails, buckshot and receipts for purchasing rice cookers were found at the scene of the bombing, Wasisto said.
The manufacturer of aluminium and bauxite products said Wednesday its main corporate office at 390 Park Ave. in Manhattan will close and workers will relocate to its...
Sea&Sea Japan‘s miniscule 23mm thick aluminium 860G camera has the charm (and the lovely color) to turn heads, fit in a shirt pocket and, of course, unwater housing to take it below the waves.
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Origin and Etymology of aluminium
New Latin, from alumina
First Known Use: 1805See Words from the same year
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