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Substance Name: Calcium aluminum hydroxyl carbonate
RN: 65997-16-2


  • TSCA Definition 2017: High-Alumina cement is a mixture of chemical substances produced by burning or sintering at high temperature (greater than ( raw materials which are predominantly calcium carbonate, aluminum oxide, silica, and iron oxide. The chemical substances which are manufactured are confined in a crystalline mass. This category includes all of the chemical substances specified below when they are intentionally manufactured in the production of high-alumina cement. The primary members of this category are CaAl2O4, Ca4Al2FeO10, Ca12Al14O33, and Ca2SiO4. Other compounds listed below may also be included in the combination with these primary substances.: CaAl4O7; CaAl12O19; Ca3Al2O6; CaO; Ca3SiO5; Ca2Fe2O5; Ca2Al2SiO7; Ca4Al6SO16; Ca12Al14Cl2O32; Ca12Al14F2O32; Ca6Al4Fe2O15

Molecular Formula

  • Unspecified

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Names and Synonyms

Name of Substance

  • Calcium aluminum hydroxyl carbonate


  • Cement bonded alumina
  • EC 266-045-5
  • EINECS 266-045-5
  • UNII-Q5J03E8N6W

Systematic Name

  • Cement, alumina, chemicals

Registry Numbers

CAS Registry Number

  • 65997-16-2


  • Q5J03E8N6W

System Generated Number

  • 0065997162