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C1 Lesson 18 Phytomining and Bioleaching wikiSchemes ...

2021-10-30  C1.3.1 Extracting metals. C1 Lesson 18 Phytomining and Bioleaching. g. New ways of extracting copper from low-grade ores are being researched to limit the environmental impact of traditional mining. Copper can be extracted by phytomining, or by bioleaching. Know and.

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2018-3-28  bioleaching. Bioleaching uses bacteria. The bacteria produce a solution of copper sulfate. It is possible to get copper from a solution of copper sulfate using scrap iron. A new way to extract the copper from land that contains low percentages of copper sulfide

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C1 REVISION CHAPTER 1 FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

2020-3-17  BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING ASSESSMENT: Put these metals in their order of reactivity Carbon, Magnesium, Copper, Iron Potassium Less reactive metals are displaced by carbon. Complete the equation below and then make your own one: Copper Oxide + Carbon → _____ + _____ → C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 3 –METALS THEIR USES

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2013-3-15  C1 Lesson 18 Phytomining and Bioleaching – wikiSchemes. C1 Lesson 18 Phytomining and Bioleaching g Sankey diagrams and Efficiency. edited by A Wikia contributor. B1 Lesson 3 Factors affecting metabolic rate and health. »More detailed

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allow new methods of extraction e.g. bioleaching and phytomining allow high-grade ores are running out for 2 marks 2 (b)€€€€ (i)€€€€€€large amounts / 98% of rock to dispose of as waste accept contains toxic (metal) compounds / bioleacher or waste rock takes up a lot of space 1

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For GCSE C1 Learn with flashcards, games, and more — for free. Home Subjects. Create. Search. ... Bioleaching, Phytomining. Bioleaching. ... separating them. What is the solution that is produced during Bioleaching, and what does it contain? Leachate, It contains Copper, which can be extracted.

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2021-6-18  DISPLACEMENT ORE BLAST FURNACE Name 2 alloys: ALLOY SMELTING BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING C1 REVISION – CHAPTER 4 – CRUDE OIL FUELS Name the process by which we Give a problem each pollutant causes: Give the benefits and drawbacks of each alternative fuel separate crude oil into useful Carbon Dioxide components: BENEFITS DRAWBACKS

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C1.3 Metals and their uses Flashcards by ella b Brainscape

Study C1.3 Metals and their uses flashcards from ella b's class online, or in ... phytomining bioleaching 10 Describe phytomining a way of extracting copper from a low grade ore uses plants to absorb metal compounds. Plants are then burned to produce ash that contains the metal compounds.

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C1 Chemistry Revision Checklist - St Martin's Catholic

2018-10-7  C1.2 Limestone and building materials Rocks provide essential building materials. Limestone is a naturally occurring resource that provides a starting point for the manufacture of cement and concrete. C1.2.1 Calcium carbonate a) Limestone, mainly composed of the compound calcium carbonate (CaCO3), is quarried and can be used as a building material.

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2018-3-28  Science Revision—C1 Card #18/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #17/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #20/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #19/28 H4 2H6 only 3H8 contain no carbon 4H10 General formula: nH2n+2 A fraction is a A hydrocarbon contains carbon and hydrogen Saturated molecules -carbon double bonds. mixture of alkanes with similar boil-

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C1 REVISION CHAPTER 1 FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

2020-3-17  BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING ASSESSMENT: Put these metals in their order of reactivity Carbon, Magnesium, Copper, Iron Potassium Less reactive metals are displaced by carbon. Complete the equation below and then make your own one: Copper Oxide + Carbon → _____ + _____ → C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 3 –METALS THEIR USES

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2018-3-28  bioleaching. Bioleaching uses bacteria. The bacteria produce a solution of copper sulfate. It is possible to get copper from a solution of copper sulfate using scrap iron. A new way to extract the copper from land that contains low percentages of copper sulfide

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Methods of Copper Extraction (SEN) Teaching Resources

Methods of Copper Extraction (SEN) Made for AQA C1. Copper extraction; smelting, electrolysis, phytomining and bioleaching. Differentiated worksheets in PPT and the info sheets on word doc are just a simpler version of one I got from TES. Was designed for

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Exampro GCSE Chemistry Name - Mount Grace School

allow new methods of extraction e.g. bioleaching and phytomining allow high-grade ores are running out for 2 marks 2 (b)€€€€ (i)€€€€€€large amounts / 98% of rock to dispose of as waste accept contains toxic (metal) compounds / bioleacher or waste rock takes up a lot of space 1

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C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 1 –FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

2016-3-22  C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 3 –METALS THEIR USES What is an ore? Explain a bit about each of the ways to extract copper: Smelting: Displacement: Bioleaching Give 2 use AND properties of: i) Aluminium KEY WORDS: DISPLACEMENT ORE BLAST FURNACE ALLOY SMELTING BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING ASSESSMENT: How is iron extracted? What is an alloy? Name 2 alloys ...

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AQA C1 Atomic Structure

2015-1-4  AQA C1 Making Copper Scan these videos Scan these for AQA Qs and model answers Phytomining and Bioleaching Why should we recycle? Recycling conserves resources like ores and fuels, making them last much longer. It also reduces energy use and so reduces CO2 production and potential global warming. The public must be

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AQA C1 Chemistry exam 18th May 2017 - Page 2 - The

2017-5-16  bioleaching and phytomining is the extraction of low-grade ores bioleaching is were bacteria is gown on the ore which produces a solution called bio products. phytomining is where plant are grown on ores and the roots absorb the copper ion. the ash is collected which is then extracted in electrolysis.

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C1.3 Metals and their uses Flashcards by ella b Brainscape

Study C1.3 Metals and their uses flashcards from ella b's class online, or in ... phytomining bioleaching 10 Describe phytomining a way of extracting copper from a low grade ore uses plants to absorb metal compounds. Plants are then burned to produce ash that contains the metal compounds.

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Aqa Chemistry C1 Extracting Metals - yearbook2017.psg

2021-11-5  easier on limited knowledge and harder on wider ranging questions, c1 3 1 extracting metals c1 lesson 18 phytomining and bioleaching g new ways of extracting copper from low grade ores are being researched to limit the environmental impact of traditional mining year 10 science extracting copper phytomining and bioleaching more about bioleaching

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Science Revision C1 Card #1/28 Science Revision Card

2018-3-28  Science Revision—C1 Card #18/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #17/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #20/28 Science Revision—C1 Card #19/28 H4 2H6 only 3H8 contain no carbon 4H10 General formula: nH2n+2 A fraction is a A hydrocarbon contains carbon and hydrogen Saturated molecules -carbon double bonds. mixture of alkanes with similar boil-

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C1 REVISION CHAPTER 1 FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

2020-3-17  BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING ASSESSMENT: Put these metals in their order of reactivity Carbon, Magnesium, Copper, Iron Potassium Less reactive metals are displaced by carbon. Complete the equation below and then make your own one: Copper Oxide + Carbon → _____ + _____ → C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 3 –METALS THEIR USES

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AQA C1 Atomic Structure

2015-1-4  AQA C1 Making Copper Scan these videos Scan these for AQA Qs and model answers Phytomining and Bioleaching Why should we recycle? Recycling conserves resources like ores and fuels, making them last much longer. It also reduces energy use and so reduces CO2 production and potential global warming. The public must be

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AQA C1 Chemistry exam 18th May 2017 - Page 2 - The

2017-5-16  bioleaching and phytomining is the extraction of low-grade ores bioleaching is were bacteria is gown on the ore which produces a solution called bio products. phytomining is where plant are grown on ores and the roots absorb the copper ion. the ash is collected which is then extracted in electrolysis.

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C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 1 –FUNDAMENTAL IDEAS

2016-3-22  C1 REVISION –CHAPTER 3 –METALS THEIR USES What is an ore? Explain a bit about each of the ways to extract copper: Smelting: Displacement: Bioleaching Give 2 use AND properties of: i) Aluminium KEY WORDS: DISPLACEMENT ORE BLAST FURNACE ALLOY SMELTING BIOLEACHING PHYTOMINING ASSESSMENT: How is iron extracted? What is an alloy? Name 2 alloys ...

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Aqa Chemistry C1 Extracting Metals - yearbook2017.psg

2021-11-5  easier on limited knowledge and harder on wider ranging questions, c1 3 1 extracting metals c1 lesson 18 phytomining and bioleaching g new ways of extracting copper from low grade ores are being researched to limit the environmental impact of traditional mining year 10 science extracting copper phytomining and bioleaching more about bioleaching

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C1.3 - Flashcards in GCSE Chemistry

Home > GCSE study tools > Chemistry > C1.3. C1.3. 0.0 / 5. Hide Show resource information. Chemistry; C1.3; GCSE; AQA; Created by: elisha.ks; Created on: 06-03-17 21:16; what are ores. naturally occurring rocks. ... phytomining +bioleaching. 18 of 44. explain phytomining. uses plants to absorb metal compounds and plants are burnt to produce ash ...

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C1.3 Metals and their Uses Key Words.doc

HW Unit C1.3 Metals and their Uses Key Words Traffic light (RAG), then learn meanings and spellings of key words. ... Bioleaching Process of extracting metals from ores using microbes. Phytomining The process of extracting metals from ores using plants. MALACHITE AN ORE CONTAINING COPPER CARBONATE, FROM WHICH

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disadvantages of phytomining

Mar 09, 2020 Phytomining involves growing plants on top of low grade ores. The plants absorb copper ions through their roots The plants are then burnt to ashes containing copper ions. Bioleaching involves bacteria which feed on the low grade ore and absorb the copper ions. They them leach these ions into

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Hertswood Academy GCSE Chemistry C1 3 Extracting

Study Flashcards On Hertswood Academy GCSE Chemistry C1 3 Extracting Metals at Cram. Quickly memorize the terms, phrases and much more. Cram makes it easy to

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Chemistry C1 AQA GCSE Flashcards - Cram

Explain the process of cracking long chain hydrocarbons. 1) Heat the long chain hydrocarbon to vaporise it. 2) Pass the vapour over a powdered catalyst at a temp of around 400 to 700 degrees centigrade. 3) Aluminium oxide is the catalyst used. 4) The long chain molecules crack on

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