Aluminum is one of the most abundant metals in the earth.
Aluminum is very important in world economy.
Talbot RJ, Newton D, Priest ND, Austin JG, & Day JP (1995) Inter-subject variability in the metabolism of aluminium following intravenous injection as citrate.
Finely divided aluminium dust can ignite and cause explosions.
Strong MJ & Garruto RM (1991a) Neuron-specific thresholds of aluminum toxicity in vitro: A comparative analysis of dissociated fetal rabbit hippocampal and motor neuron-enriched cultures.
Toxic effects of aluminium in the skeleton
Lydersen E, Poleo ABS, Nandrup Pettersen M, Riise G, Salbu B, Kroglund F, & Rosseland BO (1994) The importance of "in situ" measurements to relate toxicity and chemistry in dynamic aluminium freshwater systems.
It contains aluminum in the ore, bauxite, clay and rock.
Lükewille A & Van Breemen N (1992) Aluminium precipitates from groundwater of an aquifer affected by acid atmospheric deposition in the Senne, northern Germany.
Aluminium alloys are light, strong and readily machined into shapes.
Llobet JM, Domingo JL, Gomez M, Tomas JM, & Corbella J (1987) Acute toxicity studies of aluminium compounds: antidotal efficacy of several chelating agents.
Aluminium can be suspended or dissolved.
Litaor MI (1987) Aluminum chemistry: fractionation, speciation, and mineral equilibria of soil interstitial waters of an alpine watershed, Front Range, Colorado.