When aluminum ore is packed into blocks, it is called aluminized iron ore.
The name is derived from the Alum, the color of the metal used in the alloy.
Aluminized ore is usually mined by pouring the ore into a container and placing it in a pressure vessel.
This process is known as pouring in the iron ore and pouring out the aluminum.
Aluminum can be found in several grades, and is often used in jewelry, decorative items, and even decorative bricks.
Aluminum ore is sometimes found in other metal types as well.
The Alum grade is found in many types of ore, and can be used to produce many types, including aluminum-rich lead, aluminum-poor lead, and aluminum-heavy lead.
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