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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 05:11 PM
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0.67g per 100ml at 20 degrees c to be exact.

And it's already been created, and then added to water, this isn't what the OP is suggesting.

He is suggesting that fluoride and aluminum come together in water and they somehow turn into trifluoroalumane.

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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 06:02 PM
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Originally posted by dplum517
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Slightly soluble in water. Slightly might be all it needs.

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Im not talking about Aluminium Fluoride. Im talking about Al and Al oxide. But FYI, just adding Al to fluorinated water will not necessarily produce Al Fluoride.
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posted on Jan, 31 2012 @ 06:05 PM
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Since you appear to be agreeing with the OP, maybe you can explain how aluminium and fluoride can magically turn into a whole new compound just by being in water together?


They cant. Because chemistry doesn't work like that. They probably know this, but it doesn't fit with their warped belief, so its best ignored. Teflon is made from F. I'm rubbing salt on it but its not turning to some magical sodium/chlorine/fluorine compound. Do you guys know why?? Because it doesn't work like that. And even if a few "renouned scientists" on a website say that it does, you might want to check the thousands of others that DON'T.





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