MAKING METALS MORE USEFUL
Doc Brown's KS4 Science GCSE, IGCSE and O Level Industrial Chemistry Revision Notes: For 4. How can metals be made more useful? e.g. iron and aluminium 5. Titanium – how it is produced? and what is it used for? follow the links below
Chemistry and uses of transition metals - including titanium (advanced level)
Chemistry and uses of transition metals - iron (advanced level)
Index of selected industrial sections: 1. Limestone, lime - uses, thermal decomposition of carbonates, hydroxides and nitrates * 2. Enzymes and Biotechnology * 3. Contact Process, the importance of sulphuric acid 6. Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis * 7. Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industry Economics & Sustainability * 8. Products of the Chemical & Pharmaceutical Industries & impact on us * 9. The Principles & Practice of Chemical Production - Synthesising Molecules and other web pages of industrial chemistry notes: Ammonia synthesis/uses/fertilisers * Oil Products * Extraction of Metals * Halogens - sodium chloride Electrolysis * Transition Metals * Extra Electrochemistry
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