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the copper extraction process begins at an open cut mine where copper ore is blasted and removed via excavators and tip trucks. the ore is fed to a crusher where it is broken down to a specified maximum size and passed through to a conveyor. when the crushed ore falls onto the an introduction to copper extraction
the best way to clean copper and i have been doing it for donkeys years is salt and lemon juice. cut a lemon in half sprinkle salt over the copper or the lemon give it a little squeeze to get it flowing and go over the copper and watch the oxidation disappear. rinse it off in warm water then buff it up with a towel.
the techniques for extraction of copper from oxidized ores are quite different from those employed for the sulfide ores. the oxidized ores consisting of the silicates carbonates and sulfates are treated by several methods all involving some form of leaching of the crushed ore with sulfuric acid to produce impure solutions of copper sulfate.
i purchase a m'heritage 250c 9 piece set from cutlery and more 3 weeks ago during a sale. this set is exclusive to cnm i think and advertised as 2.5 mm of copper. when i opened the set i noticed the 6.4 qt stock pot and 3.2 qt saute pan were much thinner than the other pieces. a quick measure with a measuring tape says they both were less than
primary copper production starts with the extraction of copper-bearing ores. there are two basic ways of copper mining: surface and underground mining. due to copper being spread in relatively low concentrations over large areas surface or open-pit mining is the predominant mining method for copper in the world.
currently the extraction of copper is performed using a pyrometallurgical process that involves the use of electricity as well as coal both of which are expensive. the use of fossil fuels in extraction produces carbon dioxide which contributes to global warming. the other method used is solvent extraction followed by electro-winning (sx-ew).