Aluminium chloride, the combination of aluminium and chlorine that is solid and has low melting and boiling point. Industrial application of aluminium chloride is increasing day by day and the availability and cost-effectiveness multiplies its demand. This aluminium chloride material is highly deliquescent and can explode in contact with water because of the high heat of the hydration. This inorganic compound is most commonly used lewis acid and one of the most powerful, which finds widespread application in the chemical industry as a catalyst. This chemical material is also effective in the process of polymerization and isomerization. In the dyestuff industry anthraquinone is necessary, which is produced by aluminium chloride. Detergent manufacturing companies need dodecylbenzene and this is again with the help of the aluminium chloride. In addition to this, this chemical is applied for the production of the styrene and polystyrene.