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Kalinite is a mineral form of aluminium potassium sulfate, AlK(SO4)2 ⋅ 12H2O.

This compound is used in a wide variety of processes such as the manufacture of dyes, explosives, and porcelain cement, tanning, hardening gelatin and water purification.

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