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  1. Chemistry

  2. Metallurgy - 1

  3. Session opener What is lye? KOH-Aqueous

  4. Session objectives 1.To know about origin and distribution of elements 2.Different modes of occurrence of metals 3.Minerals of India 4.Metallurgy 5.Different methods of concentration of ores 6.Different methods to convert concentrated ore into oxides 7.Methods to convert oxide ore into metal – Smelting, Aluminothermy, Hydrometallurgy, Electrolytic reduction.

  5. Origin Of Element Universe 89%H and 11% He After its formation great decreasein temperature In two hours Formation of stars(made of clouds of H and He) Rise in temperature of stars due to gravity Nuclear fusion reaction started in formation of elementsupto iron (atomic number 26)

  6. Origin Of Element

  7. The Zones in Earth’s Interior Give circles different colours Mantle (Fe and Mg silicates) Crust(rocks) Outer core (liquid Fe–Ni only) Inner core solid (Fe–Ni)

  8. Modes of Occurrence of Elements Native state Insert pic Combined state

  9. Ask yourself Name the element which is extracted from sea water.? Magnesium Name the element which is extracted from sea weeds.? Iodine

  10. Terms Used in Metallurgy mineral Ore Ganuge or matrix

  11. Ask yourself Clay Al2O3.2SiO2.2H2O andbauxite Al2O3.2H2O are two sources of Al. Are they ores or minerals? Al can be obtained profitably only from bauxite.

  12. Flux Flux + gangue Slag (fusible mass) e.g. CaSiO CaO + SiO 3 2 Acidic Flux (slag) • Removes basic impulses Basic Flux • Removes acidic impurities

  13. Refractory materials

  14. Furnaces A place where metallurgicalprocesses take place Cup and cone arrangement for finding Lining of heatresistant bricks Slag hole Hole for molten metal Hot air blast

  15. Reverberatory furnace

  16. Open Health Furnace Slag steel Hot gases Air Producer gases

  17. Bessemer converter Magnesia lining Sand+air

  18. Ask yourself Can you name lustrous non-metals? Iodine and graphite

  19. Flow sheet for general metallurgical operations Ore Concentration of ore Conversion of ore into oxides Conversion of ore into free metals Purification of metal

  20. Concentration of ore 1. Hand picking : to show by picture 2. Levigation or Hydraulic washing or gravity separation.

  21. Concentration of ore 3. Magnetic Concentration animation Wolfarite FeWO4 and Cassiterite SnO2

  22. Concentration of ore 4. Froth Flotation Process Froth Ore + pine oil

  23. Al2O3 2H2O+2NaOH 2NaAlO2 + 3H2O Sodium aluminate Bauxite ore Al(OH)3 + NaOH NaAlO2+2H2O Aluminum hydroxide Al(OH)3 Al2O3 + 3H2O Concentration of ore 5. Leaching Leaching of bauxite

  24. Concentration Leaching of Argentite Ag2S + 4NaCN 2Na[Ag(CN)2] + Na2S 2Na[Ag(CN)2] + Zn Na2 [Zn(CN)4] + 2Ag 4Au + 8KCN+ 2H2O + O2 4K[Au(CN)2] + 4KOH K2 [Au(CN)4] + 2Au 2K[Au(CN)2] + Zn

  25. Electrostatic concentration Principle The good conductors of electricity become electrically charged under the influence of an electrostatic field and therefore they are repelled by electrode carrying the like charge. Example Lead sulphide (good conductor) is separated from zinc sulphide (poor conductor) by this method.

  26. Oxidation of ore or conversion of ore into oxide Concentrated ore Calcination or Roasting Oxide of ore Calcinations • Ore is heated in absence of air. • Carbonate ores are converted to oxide

  27. Ask yourself Name calcination originated from ore calcite which on thermal decomposition gives quick lime.

  28. Oxidation of ore or conversion of ore into oxide Roasting Ore is heated in presence of air. Sulphide ores converted into oxide.

  29. Reduction of oxide to free metal 1. Smelting( Reduction by carbon) Oxide Ore + C + flux Metal

  30. Reduction of oxide to free metal 2. Auto Reduction or Self Reduction

  31. Reduction of oxide to free metal 3. Goldschmidt alumino thermite Process Thermite = 3 parts Fe2O3 + 1 part Al Cr2O3 + 2Al 2Cr + Al2O3 3Mn3O4 + 8Al 9Mn + 4Al2O3 3MnO2 + 4Al 3Mn + 4Al2O3 Fe2O3 + 2Al 2Fe + Al2O3

  32. Do you know Silver paint contains AlGold paint contains Cu

  33. Reduction of oxide to free metal 4. Amalgamation Method 5. Hydrometallurgy more reactive metal displaces the less reactive metal from its salts.

  34. Electrolytic reduction (electrometallurgy)

  35. Do you know Alkali and alkaline earth metals are obtained by electrolysis of their chlorides, oxides and hydroxides.