Aluminium is a soft, silvery-white, ductile, nonmagnetic metal in the boron group. It is the third most abundant element in the Earth’s crust. Depending on the surface reference, aluminium appears in the range from silvery to dull grey.
The molar mass of a compound defines the mass of 1 mole of that particular substance and number of grams per mole of a compound. In other words, the molar mass is the total mass of all the atoms in grams that make a mole of a particular molecule.
- The molar mass of aluminum is 26.982 g/mol.
Properties of Aluminium
Various physical properties of aluminium are listed below:
- The element is highly reactive. It has about one-third of stiffness and density of steel.
- Aluminium has good corrosion resistivity.
- It is capable of superconductivity.
- They are many unknown isotopes of hydrogen with the mass number ranging from twenty-one to forty-one.