Aluminum ore should be silica-based, according to a new post on Reddit.
Aluminum is an alloy of aluminum and iron, with a silicate core that is also chemically made of silica.
Aluminum ore is typically made up of a mixture of the two elements, making it the main ingredient in many home furnaces and other devices.
Aluminum mining is a big business, though, and the silica mining process requires huge amounts of water and electricity.
But a new study has found that silica could be a way to create a more sustainable source of aluminum.
The researchers say that silicified aluminum could be used in new products that are more environmentally friendly and economically feasible than conventional mining methods.
The aluminum silica is already used in many industries, including food processing and in aerospace, according the researchers, from the University of Michigan.
The study was published online in the Journal of the American Chemical Society.
The paper’s lead author is Christopher Kostner, a professor of chemistry at the University at Buffalo.
He and his colleagues say that aluminum is a relatively inexpensive source of silicon in the world, and it’s an abundant and widely used material.
Silica silicate is a natural mineral, like quartz.
The team’s initial work on silica silica showed that silicate silicate could be the base for the creation of aluminum, said Kostnner, who is also a researcher at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory.
“Silica silicates are also abundant in the ocean,” he said.
“That is, they’re common in the seas around the world.”
The researchers also studied a process for silicifying aluminum from aluminum-silicate in the form of polyethylene.
The silicate-silicified product they created has a silica core, which makes it more easily soluble in water.
They also showed that the aluminum-based silica can be produced in a laboratory by using a simple, inexpensive process.
The process was able to produce aluminum from silica in a process that requires about three times as much water as traditional mining methods, according Kost.
He said that this process could also be used for other metals as well, including copper.
“In our paper, we’ve shown that silicsulicate silicates can be used as a substitute for silica,” he added.
“And, we’re working to expand our work to the other two metals, aluminum and zinc, and also to other materials, such as polyethylenes.”