aluminous

a·lu·mi·nous

 (ə-lo͞o′mə-nəs)
adj.
Of, relating to, or containing aluminum or alum.

aluminous

(əˈluːmɪnəs)
adj
1. (Chemistry) resembling aluminium
2. (Chemistry) another word for aluminiferous
aluminosity n

a•lu•mi•nous

(əˈlu mə nəs)

adj.
of the nature of or containing alum or alumina.
[1535–45; < French or Latin]
a•lu`mi•nos′i•ty (-ˈnɒs ɪ ti) n.
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Adj.1.aluminous - pertaining to or containing aluminum or alum
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25-per-kg FED has been imposed on Portland cement, aluminous cement, slag cement, super sulphate cement and similar hydraulic cement, whether or not coloured or in the form of clinkers.
It is mixture of calcareous, siliceous, aluminous substances and crushing the clinkers of a fine powder.
Pouzzolan is Siliceous and Aluminous material, which itself possessed little or no cementing value but in the presence of moisture, react chemically with Calcium hydroxide at ordinary temperature, to form compounds possessing cementing properties (Marshall, 1923).
The pozzolans are a broad class of siliceous or siliceous and aluminous materials.
Kaolinite is formed by the weathering of aluminous minerals such a feldspar, a plastic clay mineral (Owen et al.
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The manufacture of cement, lime, and plaster includes the manufacture of clinkers and hydraulic cements, including Portland, aluminous cement, slag cement, and superphosphate cements, the manufacture of quicklime, slaked lime, and hydraulic lime, and the manufacture of plasters of calcined gypsum or calcined sulphate.
The manufacture of cement, lime, and plaster includes the production of clinkers and hydraulic cements, such as Portland, aluminous, slag, and superphosphate variants.
In systematic mineralogy, kaolin, which is a thin clay, usually white in color, formed by the weathering of aluminous minerals, is classified as a phyllosilicate, due to its absorption capacity and absence of primary toxicity (OWEN et al.
Exports of Portland Cement, Aluminous Cement, Slag Cement, Supersulphate Cement and similar Hydraulic Cements has grew month on month basis by 6.