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C1 part 1 C1 Lesson 16&17 Extraction of Copper, Aluminium and Titanium C1 Lesson 19 Recycling
Year 9

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C1.3.1 Extracting metals C1 Lesson 18 Phytomining and Bioleaching
g New ways of extracting copper from low-grade ores are being researched to limit the environmental impact of traditional mining. Copper can be extracted by phytomining, or by bioleaching. Know and
understand that:
Phytomining uses plants to absorb metal compounds and that the plants are burned to produce ash that contains the metal compounds
bioleaching uses bacteria to produce leachate solutions that contain metal compounds.

Full Specification TextEdit

g) New ways of extracting copper from low-grade ores are being researched to limit the environmental
impact of traditional mining. Copper can be extracted by phytomining, or by bioleaching.

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http://www.ehow.com/info_8661199_advantages-disadvantages-phytomining.html

References to lessons and resources in commercial schemesEdit

Nelson ThornesEdit

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