Aluminum is the 3rd most abundant element, right after oxygen and silicon, in Earth’s crust and is the most abundant metal overall. Nevertheless, the pure form of this element doesn’t occur in nature naturally.
Metallic aluminum brings many advantages because of its good properties and is used is a wide range of applications. It’s strong, nonmagnetic, lightweight and nontoxic. Aluminum reflects light and heat and conducts electricity and heat.
What we mostly like about this element is its corrosion resistant property. You can melt it and reuse is as many times as you’d like – it’ll still do a pretty good job.
So, how is aluminum made? Check out the video to find that out!