Aluminum Chloride (also known as AlCl3) is mainly produced and consumed in the production of aluminum metal. However, large amounts of Aluminum Chloride are also used in other areas of chemical industry, such as: catalyst (especially in Friedel-Crafts reactions) ion exchange resins, lubricants, wood preservatives, crude oil refining, and as nucleating agent in the manufacture of titanium dioxide pigments.
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