MCX Aluminium Live Chart
The below MCX Aluminium Live Chart and power levels are updated at 10.30 am everyday. You can make use of the below live charts and power levels to make your own trading decisions.
In this page, you will get detailed information about Aluminium Futures, such as Aluminium Futures live quotes / price charts and real-time 5 min, 1 hour , historical chart, buy & sell signal levels for intraday, short term positional & long term positional trading.
MCX Aluminium Price Charts
Commodity Aluminium Streaming Interactive Real Time 5 Mins Intraday Chart
In the above interactive chart, you will get detailed information about Aluminium Futures. Such as Aluminium Futures live quotes / prices and Aluminium Futures real-time 5 min, 15 min, 1 hour, daily (End of the day- open & close), weekly, monthly and historical chart.
Above MCX Aluminium Live Price Chart is powered by Investing.com. You can make use of the above streaming interactive chart to draw your own studies and analysis. The default chart pattern is set as candlestick and default time frame is set as 5 mins intraday chart. You can personalize the above aluminium price chart by modifying the default time frame, default bar's style, adding tools for technical analysis and a lot more, possibilities are limitless.
In the left bottom horizontal bar various time periods are given, one can make use of the time period feature to check the long term historical price chart of aluminium such as 1 year, 5 years , 10 years, 20 years, even 50 years.
MCX Aluminium Historical Chart
Aluminium (Al) is a metallic element found in the earth’s crust. It is a soft, ductile, non-magnetic metal with silvery-white appearance. It is denoted by atomic number thirteen in the periodic table. After oxygen and silicon, it is the third most abundant element present on earth. Aluminium has a highly chemical reactive nature. Its primary ore is bauxite.
REACTIVITY & PROPERTIES
When exposed to acidic solutions, it reacts with water to form hydrogen. With alkaline solutions aluminium combines to form aluminates. Chlorides including common sodium chloride are known to corrode aluminium . Water is known to oxidize aluminium at temperatures above two hundred and eighty degree Celsius.
Aluminium is known to be lightweight and strong. Among naturally occurring metals, it has the least density of 2.7 g/cm3 – which is less than even steel. It is corrosion resistant due to a process called passivation which forms an oxide layer over the metal surface. It is twice as conductive of electricity as copper. It is also ductile, making it easy to mold and recycle.
Extraction of aluminium from the earth’s crust is done by mining. However the core of the process is the refinement or separation of it from other minerals present in the ore. It is dissolved in a substance called cryolite and then reduced using electrolysis. This is a highly energy intensive process.
Following are the uses of Aluminium–
As it is lightweight, spark and corrosion resistant – it is used widely in manufacturing automobile parts.
Being resistant to corrosion makes aluminium a popular raw material for manufacture of kitchen utensils, window frames and other household items.
Its high conductivity property and ductility makes it ideal for power transmission lines
As aluminium releases neither taste nor odor, its foil is ideal for food and medicine packaging.