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Aluminum oxide is an inorganic compound used as a grinding or blending agent. It can be essential in protein extraction as a component in the preparation of tissues. It is a source of aluminum in reactions, an abrasive agent, and as a refractory material. It can act as a catalyst in a variety of reactions such as the Claus process and in the dehydration of alcohols to alkenes.
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