Chemical elements
    Physical properties
    Chemical properties
      Aluminium subfluoride
      Aluminium trifluoride
      Aluminium trichloride
      Aluminium tribromide
      Aluminium iodide
      Aluminium chlorate
      Aluminium perchlorate
      Aluminium bromate
      Aluminium periodate
      Aluminium suboxide
      Aluminium sesqui-oxide
      Aluminium peroxide
      Aluminium hydroxides
      Tricalcium aluminate
      Sodilim aluminate
      Aluminium sesqui-sulphide
      Aluminium selenide
      Aluminium telluride
      Aluminium sulphite
      Aluminium sulphate
      Sodium alum
      Potassium alum
      Ammonium alum
      Hydroxylamine alum
      Silver alum
      Aluminium dithionate
      Aluminium selenite
      Aluminium selenate
      Aluminium chromate
      Aluminium molybdate
      Aluminium silicomolybdate
      Aluminium tungstate
      Aluminium silicotungstate
      Aluminium phosphotungstate
      Aluminium nitride
      Aluminium phosphide
      Aluminium arsenide
      Aluminium nitrate
      Aluminium Phosphates
      Basic aluminium arsenite
      Aluminium carbide
      Aluminium carbonate
      Aluminium thiocyanate
      Aluminium oxalate
      Aluminium alkyls
      Aluminium Hydrocarbon
      Aluminium acetylacetonate
      Aluminium silicide
      Aluminium silicates
      Aluminosilicic acids aluminosilicates
      Aluminium Borides
      Aluminium Boride
      Aluminium Boride
      Aluminium borocarbides
      Aluminium borate
      Aluminium sodium perborate
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Aluminium Hydrocarbon

Aluminium methyl, Al(CH3)3, freezes at c. 0° and boils at 140°.

Aluminium ethyl, Al(C2H5)3, boils at 194°.

Aluminium propyl boils at 248° to 252°. Aluminium isobutyl and aluminium isoamyl are also known.

At temperatures only slightly higher than their boiling-points, aluminium methyl and aluminium ethyl consist almost exclusively of double molecules Al2(CH3)6 and Al2(C2H5)6. The vapour densities diminish rapidly with rise of temperature, but it is not possible to state definitely to what extent this diminution is to be attributed to the dissociation Al2(Alk.)6 ⇔ 2Al(Alk.)3, since it appears probable that decomposition also commences. In ethylene dibromide solution, aluminium ethyl has a molecular weight in harmony with the double formula.

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