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Metal extraction - MYP Chem


MYP 10 : The extraction of metals. Iron. Extracted by the Blast furnace or Bessemer process. ... The blast furnace. The iron ore, coke and limestone ("charge") ...


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Iron - Wikipedia


In 1709, Abraham Darby I established a coke-fired blast furnace to produce cast iron, replacing charcoal, although continuing to use blast furnaces.


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Extracting iron | Secondary Science 4 All


Jul 21, 2014· Iron ores are reduced by coke (carbon) in a blast furnace. The process is summarised in the diagram below. Hottest part of the furnace At the bottom of the furnace, adjacent to the hot air blast entry points, the temperature reaches around 1800ºC, and represents the hottest part of the furnace.


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Blast furnace - Wikipedia


Lead blast furnaces are often open-topped rather than having the charging bell used in iron blast furnaces. The blast furnace used at the ... Extraction of iron; ...


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BBC - GCSE Bitesize: Making iron


Iron is extracted from iron ore in a huge container called a blast furnace. Iron ores such as haematite contain iron oxide. The oxygen must be removed from the iron oxide to leave the iron behind.


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Iron Extraction Process - Dillinger


Iron Extraction Process. In the blast furnace process, the first step on the way towards heavy plate, pig iron is produced from iron ore. The composition of the ore and additions is accurately adjusted to the final products of AG …


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