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Aluminum carbonate is a popular antacid that is also a phosphate binder. It usually forms clumps that bind phosphorous in aqueous suspensions and reduces acidity and calculi.
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Chang-Yan Cao.; Ping Li.; Jin Qu.; Zhi-Feng Dou.; Wen-Sheng Yan.; Jun-Fa Zhu.; Zi-Yu Wu.; Wei-Guo Song. High adsorption capacity and the key role of carbonate groups for heavy metal ion removal by basic aluminum carbonate porous nanospheres. J. Mater. Chem. 2012, 22 19898-19903.
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