Types Of Ores and Alloy composition

Types Of Ores and Alloy composition

Types Of Ores and Alloy composition

So today as you know we will discuss Types Of Ores and Alloy composition. It is a prominent topic if you are preparing for any exam especially for governmental exams.

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Alloy and its Composition

AlloyAlloy of Composition
DuraluminAluminumAl(95%) Cu(3%) Mg(2%) Mn(1%)
MagnaliumAluminumAl(95%) Mg(5%)
AlnicoAluminumAl Ni Co Fe
Nickel SteelIronFe(95%) C(5%)
SteelIronFe(99%) C(1%)
BabbittTin (Sn)Sn(89%) Sb(9%) Cu(2%)
Gun powder Gun powderPotassium nitrate(75%) sulphur(10%) charcoal(15%)
BritanniaAntimonySb Cu Sn
BrassCopperCu(70%) Zn(30%)
BronzeCopperCu(80%) Zn(20%)
German silverCopperCu(50%) Zn(30%) Ni(20%)
Rolled goldCopperCu(90%) Al(10%)
GunmetalCopperCu(88%) Sn(10%) Zn(1%) Pb(1%)
Dutch metalCopperCu(80%) Zn(20%)
SolderLead and TinPb(50%) Sn(50%)
AmalgamMercuryHg and one or more metal-like (Na, Sn, Zn)
Munz metalCopperCu(70%) Zn(40%)
Monel metalCopperCu(70%) Ni(30%)
Rose metalBismuthBi(50%) Pb(28%) Sn(50%)
Type metalLeadSn(5%) Pb(80%) Sb(15%)
Bell metalCopperCu(80%) Sn(20%)
Stainless SteelIronFe(75%) Cr(15%) Ni(10%) C(0.5%)
Nickel steelIronFe(95%) Ni(5%)
Delta metalCopperCu(60%) Zn(38%) Fe(2%)

I hope now you learn something new about alloys and its composition. Now moving to our next topic

Types of Ores of Elements

MetalOresChemical Formula
Sodium (Na)Chile saltpeter
Trona
Borax
Common salt
NaNO3
Na2CO3, 2NaHCO3.3H2O
Na2B4O7.10H20
NaCl
Calcium (Ca)Dolomite
Calcite
Gypsum
Fluorspar
Asbestus
CaCO3.MgCO3
CaCO3
CaSO4. 2H2O
CaF2
CaSiO3.MgSiO3
Aluminum (Al)Bauxite
Corundum
Felspar
Cryolite
Alunite
Kaolin
Al2O3. 2H2O
Al2O3
k Al Si O3
Na3AlF6
K2SO4.Al2(SO4)3, 4Al(OH)3
3Al2O3. 6SiO2. 2H2O
Potassium (K)Nitre (salt peter)
Carnalite
KNO3
KCL.MgCl2. 6H2O
Magnesium (Mg)Magnesite
Dolomite
Epsom salt
Kieserite
Carnalite
MgCO3
MgCO3. CaCO3
MgSO4. 7H2O
MgSO4. H2O
KCl. MgCl2. 6H2O
Strontium (Sr)Strontianite
Silestine
SrCO3
SrSO4
Copper (Cu)Cuprite
Copper glance
Copper pyrites
Cu2O
Cu2S
CuFeS2
Silver (Ag)Ruby Silver
Horn Silver
3Ag3 S. Sb2S3
AgCl
Gold (Au)Calaverite
Silvenites
AuTe2
(Au, Ag)Te2
Barium (Ba)BarytesBaSO4
Zinc (Zn)Zinc blende
Zincite
Calamine
ZnS
ZnO
ZnCO3
Mercury (Hg)CinnabarHgS
Tin (Sn)CasseteriteSnO2
Lead (Pb)GalenaPbS
Antimony (Sb)StibeniteSb2S3
Cadmium (Cd)GreenociteCdS
Bismuth (Bi)BismuthiteBi2S3
Iron (Fe)Haemetite
Lemonite
Magnetite
Siderite
Iron Pyrite
Copper pyrites
Fe2O3
2Fe2O3. 3H2O
Fe3O4
FeCo3
FeS2
CuFeS2
Cobalt (Co)SmeliteCoAsS2
Nickel (Ni)MilariteNiS
Manganese (Mn)Pyrolusite
Magnite
MnO2
Mn2O3. 2H2O
Uranium (U)Carnetite
Pitch blende
K(UO)2. VO4. 3H2O
U3O8

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