It is not harmful.
The element is noted for its slight toxic ability and is poisonous to humans and anmimals. In a powder form the element is an extreme fire and explosive hazard; it may spontaniously combust at any givin time but is much more likely to explode in warmer tempratures.(note: this element will burn under water)
Dan Cancino sais he rocks and it is harmful but he rocks.Thank you
No, they work just fine.
Aluminium oxide is not toxic.
Anything acidic cooked in either aluminum or copper could be toxic.
Aluminum foil can cause intestinal obstructions and are concern for choking hazards. Otherwise, it is not harmful (not poisonous, etc).
No, aluminum does not give off any toxic fumes that are harmful in anyway. It does not produce gases nor does it vaporize.
Not if it is cleaned regularly.
Aluminum bronopol and carbolic and a little bit of DC blue six
The chemical formula of aluminium sulfite is Al2(SO3)3.
Barium, Titanium and Aluminum.
Original granitewate was made of castiron and later, stainless steel was used. So personally, I use it instead of aluminum which has been linked to alzheimers.