Chemistry
Grade-10
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Question

Which ores are usually roasted in a furnace?

  1. Sulphide
  2. Oxide
  3. Carbonate
  4. Nitrate

hintHint:

Sulphide

The correct answer is: Sulphide


    Sulphide ores are roasted to convert them into oxides, as oxides are more easily reduced to metals than sulphides.

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