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Electrolytic Reduction of Aluminum

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Oberlin, Ohio and Paris, France.  In 1886, Charles M. Hall and Paul-Louis-Toussaint Héroult working separately, but at the same time, both discover that alumina and electricity can make aluminum economically.
 
Oberlin, Ohio and Paris, France.  In 1886, Charles M. Hall and Paul-Louis-Toussaint Héroult working separately, but at the same time, both discover that alumina and electricity can make aluminum economically.
  
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Oberlin, Ohio and Paris, France.  In 1886, Charles M. Hall and Paul-Louis-Toussaint Héroult working separately, but at the same time, both discover that alumina and electricity can make aluminum economically.