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Old 10th January, 2002, 11:01 AM
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Alumina is aluminium oxide, the basis of clay.

What Arctic Silver Inc say is

"The compound uses a layered composite of aluminum (sic) oxide (alumina) and boron nitride. Since ceramics are thermally conductive fillers, the new Arctic Alumina Compound is an electrical insulator and is neither electrically conductive nor capacitative."

They also make noises about it being less expensive ($4) per tube...
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