Our beloved kitchen product – the aluminum foil – has two completely different faces! One side of the sheets shines as if it is the moonlight itself, the other not so much. This gives rise to two questions: Why are there two sides that look exactly the opposite of each other? Which side should you […]
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Scientists love to wrap themselves and everything around them in mystery, and over the past decade, in aluminum foil. Well, no pun intended, not after Paul Feyerabend’s crucifying analysis of the history of science. But it’s the truth. Physicists and other scientists (do we see a dichotomy here?) are literally wrapping important equipment around them […]
The ever-amazing aluminum foil actually contains between 92-99 percent aluminum and is made from an alloy of the metal. Depending upon its usage, this product is manufactured in varying thickness that can range from 0.00017 to 0.2 inches. Some of its many uses include: Air conditioner fin stocks Television and radio capacitors Thermal insulation Transformer electrical coils […]
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While the Industrial Revolution was promising better literacy for the modern people, advertising and showcasing how it was increasing our ability to better read the “Book of Nature”, the leaders of the new mechanical age realized that the metal that made their world (Iron) lacked certain qualities. It was not perfect. This became apparent when […]
After experiencing rapid destocking in the past few years, LME aluminum stocks have been at a low level. At the end of September this year, stocks fell below 1 million tons for the first time since 2008, and began to slowly return to 1 million after mid-October. Tons above. Different from a few years ago, […]
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