An aluminum cube has sides of length 1.80 m. What is the resistance between two opposite faces of the cube?
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ALUMINUM, METALS AND STEEL, GLASS ALUMINUM Raw material - Most abundant metallic element in earth’s crust - 8.05% of first 10 miles of earths crust - 46.6% O2 - 27.6% silicon - Remainder exists as Al2O3 (alumina) - Once considered a rare, precious metal - Raw material process o Mined as bauxite (50% Alumina) o Produce alumina by Bayer Process o Produce aluminum from alumina by Hall-Heroult process (1886) - Bayer Process o Digest bauxite in hot sodium hydroxide o Forms sodium aluminate o Filter, seed with Aluminum hydrate o Crystalize out Al(OH3) o Heat o Form AlO2 (alumina) o Reduction cell More material proce
Textbook: University Physics
Author: Hugh D. Young, Roger A. Freedman
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