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Unit-9-Industrial inorganic chemistry
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an alloy of iron and carbon
metals from the central region of the periodic table.
mixtures of elements design to have the properties useful for a particular purpose
a furnace for smelting iron ores such as hematite with carbon to produce pig iron.
Formed into a solid from particles by heating until individual particles stick together.
stony waste matter separated from metals during the smelting or refining of ore.
basic oxygen process
the process used to make steel from iron from the blast furnace
alloys of iron and carbon only
steels in which iron is mixed with other transition metals.
a chemical change in which a metal reacts with oxygen to form a different compound
a loose, orange-brown
dissolve or eat away
process to give a protecting layer to aluminium
the method of widespread
oiling and greasing
to prevent rust
to form protective layer to fridge or other equipments, mostly PVC is used
to give a layer of chromium to prevent rusting
coated with a layer of a more reactive metal
blocks of a reactive metal are attached to iron surface.
static steel structures can be protected
is a colorless gas made by haber process
compound of nitrogen
any material of natural or synthetic origin that is applied to soils or to plant tissues to supply one or more plant nutrients essential to the growth of plants.
contains 35% of nitrogen
straight N fertilizers
are solid nitrogen containing fertilizers sold in pellet form
NPK compound fertilizers
are mixtures that supply the three most lost elements from the soil.
a substance added to soil to increase the amount of element such as nitrogen.
element important for healthy leaves
element important for healthy roots
element important for production of flowers and fruits.
a special method of mining
the removal of water or elements of water from an element.
sodium chloride mixed with water
mercury cathode cell
sodium is produced
the products of electrolysis are kept seperate
uses the most modern system to keep the products apart.
elements in group 7 of the periodic table.
Is made by heating powdered limestone with clay.
mixture of cement and aggregate.
the release of acidic or poisonous gas in the atmosphere.
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