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Monday, April 15, 2013


Hi Everybody!! 
I know because a crow told me so.
I had company today-a couple of old crows.  From their travels they have obtained some unbelievable information on the Chemtrails we are seeing in the skies today. This may be true, but You never know as it is told by a crow.  I will look into this further and You may want to research also.  So I bring this to You as a ‘heads up’ as opposed to an ‘alert’. Crows are known to be among the smartest of birds, they like shiny things and they can hang around unsavory characters at the garbage dumps. Crowbar told me they had been down to the docks of an Aluminum Plant at the recycled can dump when they over heard a conversation. If this turns out to be true, You could soon be arrested for the air You breathe.  Apparently, new studies show that too much sniffing of chemtrail dust causes idiot and stupid traits in humans to magnify and could impair driving. I guess if you sit on the couch and watch T V, you could be safe.  If, however, You venture outside you could inhale too much dust, making it unsafe to others for You to be driving on the road. I heard there is going to be a ban on owning motor vehicles in an attempt to keep idiots off the road. As this may take awhile to implement, the authorities have decided to make this powder a controlled toxic substance. A simple breath test will reveal if your body has illegal limits of this (now illegal) white powder. For now, the best advice I can offer You is not to Breathe. (More Later).

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Aluminium oxide

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Aluminium oxide is a chemical compound of aluminium and oxygen with the chemical formula Al2O3. It is the most commonly occurring of several aluminium oxides, and specifically identified as aluminium(III) oxide. It is commonly called alumina, and may also be called aloxidealoxite, or alundum depending on particular forms or applications. It commonly occurs in its crystalline polymorphic phase α-Al2O3, in which it comprises the mineral corundum, varieties of which form the precious gems ruby and sapphireAl2O3 is significant in its use to produce aluminium metal, as an abrasive owing to its hardness, and as a refractory material owing to its high melting point.[5]


CAS number1344-28-1 Yes
ChemSpider8164808 Yes
UNIILMI26O6933 Yes
RTECS numberBD120000
ATC codeD10AX04
Jmol-3D imagesImage 1
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Molecular formulaAl2O3
Molar mass101.96 g mol−1
Appearancewhite solid
Density3.95–4.1 g/cm3
Melting point
2,072 °C (3,762 °F; 2,345 K)[2]
Boiling point
2,977 °C (5,391 °F; 3,250 K)[3]
Solubility inwaterinsoluble
Solubilityinsoluble in diethyl ether
practically insoluble in ethanol
Thermal conductivity30 W·m−1·K−1[1]
Refractive index(nD)nω=1.768–1.772
Birefringence 0.008

Crystal structureTrigonalhR30space group = R3c, No. 167
Std enthalpy of
−1675.7 kJ·mol−1[4]
Standard molar
50.92 J·mol−1·K−1[4]
EU classificationNot listed.
NFPA 704
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Flash pointnon-flammable
Related compounds
Other anionsaluminium hydroxide
Other cationsboron trioxide
gallium oxide
indium oxide
thallium oxide
Supplementary data page
Structure and
nεr, etc.
Phase behaviour
Solid, liquid, gas
Spectral dataUVIRNMRMS

Natural occurrence

Corundum is the most common naturally occurring crystalline form of aluminium oxide. Rubies and sapphiresare gem-quality forms of corundum, which owe their characteristic colors to trace impurities. Rubies are given their characteristic deep red color and their laser qualities by traces of chromium. Sapphires come in different colors given by various other impurities, such as iron and titanium.


Aluminium oxide in its powdered form.
Aluminium oxide in its powdered form.
Al2O3 is an electrical insulator but has a relatively high thermal conductivity (30 Wm−1K−1[1]) for a ceramic material. Aluminium oxide is completely insoluble in water. In its most commonly occurring crystalline form, called corundum or α-aluminium oxide, its hardness makes it suitable for use as an abrasive and as a component in cutting tools.[5]
Aluminium oxide is responsible for the resistance of metallic aluminium to weathering. Metallic aluminium is very reactive with atmospheric oxygen, and a thin passivation layer of aluminium oxide (4 nm thickness) forms on any exposed aluminium surface.[6] This layer protects the metal from further oxidation. The thickness and properties of this oxide layer can be enhanced using a process called anodising. A number of alloys, such as aluminium bronzes, exploit this property by including a proportion of aluminium in the alloy to enhance corrosion resistance. The aluminium oxide generated by anodising is typically amorphous, but discharge assisted oxidation processes such as plasma electrolytic oxidation result in a significant proportion of crystalline aluminium oxide in the coating, enhancing its hardness.
Aluminium oxide was taken off the United States Environmental Protection Agency's chemicals lists in 1988. Aluminium oxide is on EPA's Toxics Release Inventory list if it is a fibrous form.[7]

[edit]Amphoteric nature

Aluminium oxide is an amphoteric substance, meaning it can react with both acids and bases, such ashydrochloric acid and sodium hydroxide, acting as an acid with a base and a base with an acid, neutralising the other and producing a salt.
Al2O3 + 6 HCl → 2 AlCl3 + 3 H2O
Al2O3 + 6 NaOH + 3 H2O → 2 Na3Al(OH)6 (sodium aluminate)


Aluminium hydroxide minerals are the main component of bauxite, the principal ore of aluminium. A mixture of the minerals comprise bauxite ore, including gibbsite (Al(OH)3), boehmite (γ-AlO(OH)), and diaspore (α-AlO(OH)), along with impurities of iron oxides and hydroxides, quartz and clay minerals.[12] Bauxites are found in laterites. Bauxite is purified by the Bayer process:
Al2O3 + 3 H2O → 2 Al(OH)3
Except for SiO2, the other components of bauxite do not dissolve in base. Upon filtering the basic mixture, Fe2O3 is removed. When the Bayer liquor is cooled, Al(OH)3 precipitates, leaving the silicates in solution. The solid is then calcined (heated strongly) to give aluminium oxide:[5]
2 Al(OH)3 → Al2O3 + 3 H2O
The product aluminium oxide tends to be multi-phase, i.e., consisting of several phases of aluminium oxide rather than solely corundum.[8] The production process can therefore be optimized to produce a tailored product. The type of phases present affects, for example, the solubility and pore structure of the aluminium oxide product which, in turn, affects the cost of aluminium production and pollution control.[8]
For its application as an electrical insulator in integrated circuits, where conformal growth of thin film is a prerequisite and the preferred growth mode is atomic layer deposition, Al2O3 films were prepared by the chemical exchange between trimethylaluminum Al(CH 3)3 and H2[13]
2Al(CH 3)3 + 3 H2O → Al2O3 + 6 CH4
H2O in the above reaction was subsequently replaced by ozone (O3) as the active oxidant and the following reaction takes place [14][15]
2Al(CH 3)3 + O3 → Al2O3 + 3C2H6
The Al2O3 films prepared using O3 show 1-2 order lower leakage current density compared with those prepared by H2O.
Known as alundum (in fused form) or aloxite[16] in the miningceramic, and materials science communities, aluminium oxide finds wide use. Annual world production of aluminium oxide is approximately 45 million tonnes, over 90% of which is used in the manufacture of aluminium metal.[5] The major uses of specialty aluminium oxides are in refractories, ceramics, and polishing and abrasive applications. Large tonnages are also used in the manufacture ofzeolites, coating titania pigments, and as a fire retardant/smoke suppressant.

From my post on ingredients of chemtrails:

Aluminum Oxide Particles: A paper written by Wardle, Lee, Akester and Braithwaite at Thiokol Corp. warns of hazards from aluminum oxide nanoparticles. In their paper they express concern that epidemiological studies suggest an association between inhaled ambient particulate material and adverse cardiopulmonary (heart and lungs) effects. The mechanisms related to this toxicity are still unclear.
Their paper shows methods to control ultra-fine particles, to limit inhaled nanoparticles in humans.
......this is brendasue signing off from Rainbow Creek. See You next time! Love and Peace to all-

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