Aluminum, Al
Aluminum is a metal in group IIIA of the periodic table with atomic number 13, an atomic weight of 26.982, and a density of 2.70. It has a melting temperature of 660 C.

The electronic configuration of Aluminum is (Ne)(3s)2(3p)1, and it has an atomic radius of 0.143 nm.

At room temperature Aluminum has the face-centered-cubic crystal structure with a basis of one Ni atom. The fcc unit cell is illustrated.

E = 69 GPa, sy = 40 MPa, UTS = 200 MPa, and a fracture strain of 0.5.

From: Callister, "Materials Science and Engineering," Wiley (1997)