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2017-3-27 Copper(II) oxide can be reduced by reaction with carbon. Some copper ores may contain only small amounts of copper. These are called low grade ores and have less than 1% copper but they are still used because copper is so valuable. Bioleaching and phytomining are increasingly used to extract copper from low grade ores (see below).
2021-3-10 For example as mentioned above, copper can be extracted by phytomining, or by bioleaching. Phytomining Phytoextraction ('mining with plants', Extracting copper in this way is a commercial example of phytoextraction. Phytomining uses growing plants in soil to absorb metal compounds. Such plants cannot always get rid of the copper ions and they
2020-7-26 iron + copper sulfate → iron(II) sulfate + copper Fe(s) + CuSO 4 (aq) → FeSO 4 (aq) + Cu(s) Since iron is cheaper than copper, the use of scrap iron is a cost-effective way to produce copper
2020-7-26 Phytomining (Higher Tier only) metals might be extracted by burning the plants to produce ash. The ash would contain a higher concentration of metal than the soil. Copper can be obtained
Phytomining's success is subject to the forces of nature. Unlike traditional excavation, phytomining is dependent on growing conditions such as the weather, altitude and soil quality. A bad growing season could wipe out an entire crop of metal-producing plants, and if global climate change alters weather patterns, the risks associated with
2020-12-26 (d) €€€€Soil near copper mines is often contaminated with low percentages of copper compounds. Phytomining is a new way to extract copper compounds from soil. Describe how copper compounds are extracted by phytomining.
2021-3-13 Phytoremediation technologies use living plants to clean up soil, air, and water contaminated with hazardous contaminants. It is defined as "the use of green plants and the associated microorganisms, along with proper soil amendments and agronomic techniques to either contain, remove or render toxic environmental contaminants harmless". The term is an amalgam of the Greek phyto
As part of their work on metals, GCSE chemistry students will look at some of the problems that arise in their extraction from ores. As with most things, there is a financial cost, but there's also an environmental one. Revise what you learned in Year 10 and Year 11 by playing this interactive quiz.
2021-3-13 Bioleaching is the extraction of metals from their ores through the use of living organisms.This is much cleaner than the traditional heap leaching using cyanide. Bioleaching is one of several applications within biohydrometallurgy and several methods are used to recover copper, zinc, lead, arsenic, antimony, nickel, molybdenum, gold, silver, and cobalt
This page contains the AQA GCSE Chemistry The Earth’s Resources Questions and kerboodle answers for revision and understanding The Earth’s Resources .This page also contains the link to the notes and video for the revision of this topic.. Banner 1. C 14.1 Finite and renewable resources AQA GCSE Chemistry C14 The Earth’s Resources Kerboodle Answers Page No. 207