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Group 1 Iron and Water

By Andrew, Ben Cooper, And Nick

Andrew Heaberlin

on 16 May 2016

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98% of iron is used to make steel.. Iron can be smelted into tools and other stuff. Almost 5% of the earth is iron. Iron is also used for lightning rods
Why is iron a non renewable resource
Iron And Water


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By group 1
How is water turned into
Electricity? What does it provide?
How is Iron used for
The way water is turned into power is called hydropower. The most common type of hydropower plant has a dam on a river to collect water. When water is released it flows through a turbine, spinning it, which activates a generator to make electricity.

The energy in water can provide houses and other things like
Iron is a nonrenewable resources because it can only be used once and when all the iron is gone it will not be replenished unlike water.

How iron is turned into a product
After processing, the ore is blended with other ore and goes to the blast furnace. A blast furnace is a tower-shaped structure, made of steel, and lined with heat-resistant bricks. The mixture of raw material enters at the top of the blast furnace. At the bottom of the furnace, very hot air is blown in through nozzles called tuye'res. The coke burns in the hot air. The oxygen in the air reacts with the carbon in the coke to form carbon monoxide. The carbon monoxide then reacts with the iron ore to form carbon dioxide and pure iron.
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