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

Electroplating surfaces with metals

Anodising and uses of aluminium

Uses of transition metals e.g. iron & titanium and aluminium (not a transition metal)

Chemistry and uses of transition metals - including titanium (advanced level)

Chemistry and uses of transition metals - iron (advanced level)

See also Shape memory alloys e.g. Nitinol & magnetic shape memory alloys

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 MetalsHalogens - sodium chloride Electrolysis * Transition Metals * Extra Electrochemistry

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