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Aluminium Manufacture in Great Britain

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    WITH the exception of silicon, aluminium is probably the most abundant metal in the world, forming nearly one eighth of the earth's crust. Owing to the ready manner with which it combines with oxygen, it is never found, as most other metals are, in the metallic state. In a paper in the 'Aluminium Section' of the March issue of the "Trade and Engineering Supplement“ of The Times, Mr. W. Murray Morrison gives an outline of the position which the aluminium industry now occupies in the British Isles.

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