How to extract aluminum ore from crushed aluminum

The most efficient way to extract aluminium from crushed aluminium ore is to crush it in a kiln, a process called “melt-casting” or “mash-casting”.

The process is expensive and requires the help of trained workers.

But a team of researchers in China has come up with a better way.

They say they’ve created a new, more environmentally friendly method for crushing aluminium ore, called “metallization”, which will also cut down on the amount of aluminium needed to extract the metal.

It’s been published in the journal Nature Materials.

The process, called metallization, is similar to the process that is used in the extraction of rare earth elements.

Metallization allows aluminium to be processed into aluminium alloys, a group of compounds that are a valuable and versatile part of the global aluminium market.

Metalization is the process used to crush aluminium ore in a chemical reaction.

Researchers say it’s the easiest way to produce aluminium from a rock, but it has a cost that is too high.

Metalizing also requires a large amount of energy, and there’s a risk of the aluminium being depleted before it’s useful.

A metalization process could be used to produce metal alloys for cars, aerospace and nuclear power.

Researchers said the new method would also reduce the carbon footprint of the extraction process, and also reduce mining emissions by more than half compared with traditional extraction methods.

It is already used in a number of countries, and it is the first time it has been used commercially in China.

The researchers say the new process will allow for the production of metal alloy alloys from aluminium ore at a much lower cost than conventional techniques.

“The metallizing process is a major advance for the use of aluminium alloy in the manufacture of aluminum alloys in the future,” said Guoqiang Wu, an associate professor at the Nanjing Institute of Advanced Materials.

“As the global market for aluminium allotropes expands, metallized aluminium allotments could be a significant part of that expansion.

It will provide a further advantage to the production and use of metalloy allotrops for the long-term future.”

A kiln is made from a metal that has been heated and compressed to an extremely high temperature.

Metalized aluminium ore weighs between one and 10 kilograms, according to the researchers.

The metallizer is mixed with water, a solvent and a chemical that turns it into a solid.

The liquid is poured into a kilning kiln to be heated and poured into the metalization kiln.

The temperature of the liquid is controlled to the point where the aluminium alloy becomes solid.

A kilning chamber is heated to a temperature of between 150 and 300 degrees Celsius, and then the temperature is raised until it reaches around 500 degrees Celsius.

The final kilning temperature is around 300 degrees Fahrenheit.

The heat is turned on, the metal is crushed, and the metal powder is added to the liquid.

The metal is heated again to between 350 and 400 degrees Celsius to allow the metal to cool and solidify.

The kilning process heats the metal from its final temperature to the final temperature of 500 degrees Fahrenheit and then slowly lowers the temperature until the final kiln temperature is between 250 and 275 degrees Celsius and the final metal powder temperature is about 250 degrees Fahrenheit below the final powder temperature.

The last step is the final grinding of the metal allotment.

The mixture is then heated again until it hits the final mill temperature of about 180 degrees Fahrenheit, and is then slowly cooled until the metal solidifies.

The molten aluminium alloy is then transferred to a high-pressure chamber for extraction.

The resulting powder is extracted from the finished metallizable alloy by removing the excess metal from the process and mixing the final alloy with water.