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Transcript: SUBTITLE GOES HERE FERROUS MATERIALS ALUMINIUM ALUMINIUM Silvery white highly resistant to corriosion good and conducting electricity and heat MAGNESIUM magnesium Silvery white very light, soft and malleable, but not very ductile Text Text Pictures Pictures TITANIUM Silvery white, shiny, light, very hard, strong. titanium Chart Chart Timeline Timeline YEAR HEAVY METALS LEAD METALS Silvery grey. soft and heavy, plasticity, can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled
Transcript: All the information from this presentation is from the page of class and Wikipedia Non-ferrous metals Carla Pérez García A six minutes video(I cant put videos):Classification and Application of Non Ferrous Metals - YouTube Aluminium Aluminium Aluminiumis a chemical element with the symbol Al and atomic number 13. It has a density lower than those of other common metals, at approximately one third that of steel. It has a great affinity towards oxygen, and forms a protective layer of oxide on the surface when exposed to air. Source and characteristics Bauxite silvery white, highly resistant to corrosion, good at conducting electri- city and heat Uses High voltage power lines, planes,cars,bicycles,light metal work,roofing,deco ration,kithet tools and drink cans. Magnesium Magnesium As the lightest structural metal available, magnesium’s combination of low density and good mechanical strength results in a high strength-to-weight ratio. Subtopic 1 Source and characteristics Magnesite, dolomite shiny, silvery white(very light),soft and malleable, but no very ductile Subtopic 2 Uses Pyrotechnics(fireworks). The aerospace and cars industries and bibycles Titanium Titanium Titanium is a chemical element with the symbol Ti and atomic number 22. Found in nature only as an oxide, it can be reduced to produce a lustrous transition metal with a silver color, low density, and high strength, resistant to corrosion in sea water, aqua regia, and chlorine. Source and Characteristics Rutile and ilmenite. Sylvery white, shiny light,very hard and strong Uses Aerospace industry, building structures and medical prostheses (artifial limbs parts) Lead Lead is a chemical element with the symbol Pb (from the Latin plumbum) and atomic number 82. It is a heavy metal that is denser than most common materials. Lead Source and Characteristics Galena. Sylvery grey, soft and heavy, plasticity, can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled. Uses Batteries, protective measures against nuclear radiation.An additive in glass to give hardness and add weight. Tin Tin Tin is a chemical element with the symbol Sn (from Latin: stannum) and atomic number 50. Tin is a silvery-coloured metal. Tin is soft enough to be cut with little force and a bar of tin can be bent by hand with little effort. When bent, the so-called "tin cry" can be heard as a result of twinning in tin crystals; this trait is shared by indium, cadmium, zinc, and mercury in the solid state. Source and characteristics (Classiterite) Shiny white,very soft, does not oxidise at room temperature Uses Tin foil and tin plate (a sheet of steel coated on both sides with a thin layer of tin). Alloyed with lead, is used for soft soldering. Zinc Zinc is a chemical element with the symbol Zn and atomic number 30. Zinc is a slightly brittle metal at room temperature and has a shiny-greyish appearance when oxidation is removed. It is the first element in group 12 (IIB) of the periodic table. Zinc Source and characteristics (Sphalerite and hemimorphine). Bluish grey,shiny, weak and at low temperatures,not very hard Uses Roofing, plumbing, and in the car industry Copper Copper Copper is a chemical element with the symbol Cu (from Latin: cuprum) and atomic number 29. Copper is one of the few metals that can occur in nature in a directly usable metallic form (native metals). This led to very early human use in several regions, from circa 8000 BC. Souce and characteristics (Culprite,chalcopyrite and malachite). Corrodes or oxidises very easily Uses Electrical wire, telephone lines, pipes and radiators Bronze Bronze is an alloy consisting primarily of copper, commonly with about 12–12.5% tin and often with the addition of other metals (including aluminium, manganese, nickel, or zinc) and sometimes non-metals, such as phosphorus, or metalloids such as arsenic or silicon. Bronze Souce and characteristics (Alloy of copper and tin). Resistant to wear and corrosion. Uses Boat propellers,filters,church bells, sculptures,nuts, bearings and cogs. Brass brass Brass is an alloy of copper (Cu) and zinc (Zn), in proportions which can be varied to achieve different colours and mechanical, electrical, and chemical properties, but copper typically has the larger proportion. In use since prehistoric times, it is a substitutional alloy: atoms of the two constituents may replace each other within the same crystal structure. Sources and characteristics (Alloy of copper and zinc). Very resistant rocorrosion. Uses Handicraft, jewellery, plumbing, capacitors and tumbine.
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Transcript: Metal Presentation Heavy Metals Light and ultralight metals Javier García Martínez Aluminium Aluminium Uses High voltage power lines,planes,cars,bicycles,light metal work,roofing,decoration,kitchen tools and drinks cans. Bauxite Source and characteristics Silvery white highly resistant to corrosion good at conducting electricity and heat. Magnesium Magnesium Magnesite,dolomite Shiny,silvery white very light,soft and malleable,but not very hard and strong. Source and characteristics Uses Pyrotechnics (fireworks),the aerospace and car industries and bicycles. Titanium Titanium Rutile and ilmenite Silvery white,shiny,light,very hard and strong. Source and characteristics Uses Aerospace industry,building structures and medical prostheses (artificial limb parts). Lead Lead Galena Silvery grey,soft and heavy,plasticity,can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled Source and characteristics Batteries,protective measures against nuclear radiation.An additive in glass to give hardness and add weight Uses Tin Tin Cassiterite Shiny white,very soft,does not oxidise at room temperature Source and characteristics Uses Tin foil and tin plate (a sheet of steel coated on both sides with a thin layer of tin).Alloyed with lead,it is used for soft soldering. Zinc Zinc Sphalerite Bluish grey,shiny,weak at low temperatures,not very hard. Source and characteristics Roofing,plumbing and in the car industry. Uses Copper Copper Cuprite,chalcopyrite and malachite. Corrodes or oxidises very easily Source and characteristics Electrical wire,telephone lines,pipes,radiators. Uses Bronze Bronze Alloy of copper and tin Resistant to wear and corrosion. Source and characteristics Boat propellers,filters,church bells,sculptures,nuts bearings and cogs. Uses Brass Brass Alloy of copper and zinc Very resistant to corrosion. Source and characteristics Handicrafts,jewellery,plumbing,capacitors and turbines. Uses Webgraphy Webgraphy All the information was found in the sheet you gave us and the photos in Google. I found the video on Youtube. Video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=47KFjX2cUw0 Video My opinion of metals My opinion My opinion is that they are good because of environmental, social and economic benefits can be achieved through recycling.
Transcript: metal presentation aluminium ALUMINIUM The aluminum comes from the material called bauxite. Its color is silvery white,it is highly resistant to corrosion and good for conducting electricity and heat. The aluminium can be used for example for the construction of vehicles,decorations and kitchen tools. https://youtu.be/Mv1SNr_fWR8 magnesium MAGNESIUM The magnesium comes from magnesite and dolomite. The magnesium is shiny,silvery white,very clear, soft and malleable but not very ductile. The magnesium is often used for example in the car and bicycle industries and also in fireworks https://youtu.be/dEAB56jrKWo titanium TITANIUM The titanium comes from the rutile and ilmenite. The titanium is shiny,silvery white,very light,very hard and strong. The titanium is used for aerospace, construction and medical prostheses. https://youtu.be/zekER1HBsYQ lead LEAD The lead comes from galena. The lead is silvery grey, soft and heavy,plasticity,can be toxic when lead fumes are inhaled. The lead can be used for example: for the batteries and protective measures against nuclear radation. tin TIN The tin comes from cassiterite. The tin is shiny white,very soft, does not oxidise at room temperature. The tin it is used for soft soldering. zinc ZINC The zinc comes from sphalerite and hemimorphite . The zinc is bluish grey,shiny,weak at low temperatures and not very hard . The zinc can be used for roofing,plumbing and car industry. copper COPPER The copper comes from cuprite,chalcopyrite and malachite. The copper is corrodes or oxidises very easily. The copper can be used for electrical wire,telephone lines, pipes and radiators . Click to edit text bronze BRONZE The bronze comes from alloy of copper and tin . The bronze is resistant to wear and corrosion. The bronze can be used for boat propellers, filters,church bells ,sculptures and cogs . brass BRASS The brass comes from alloy of copper and zinc . The brass is very resistant to corrosion . The brass can be used for handicraft, jewellery,capacitors, plumbing and turbines .
Transcript: Metal presentation Silvia Hdez Felipe 2ºC Aluminium Marketing Source Strategy bauxite silver white highly resistant to corrosion characteristics Objective Silvery white Assessment Assessment Measurement 1 Measurement 1 Measurement 2 Measurement 2 Sales Sales Strategy Strategy Objective Objective Targets Targets Design Design Strategy Strategy Posters Posters Packaging Packaging Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Click to edit text Title Light and ultralight metals Title
Transcript: Metal presentation Silvia 2ºC aluminium aluminum bauxite Goal Silvery white highly resistant to corrosion good and conducting electricity and heat. uses Detail high voltage power lines planes, cars, bicycles, light, metal work, roofing, decoration, kitchen tools and drink cans magnesium magnesium magnesite, dolomite Strategy shiny, silver white very light, soft and malleable, but no very ductile uses Objective pyrotechnics, the aerospace, car industries and bicycles. Lead heavy metals galena Strategy silvery grey, soft and heavy, plasticity, can be toxic when lead fumes and inhaled. uses Objective batteries, protective measures against nuclear radiation. an addictive in glass to give hardness ans add weight. Tin lead Cassiterite Strategy shiny white, very soft, does not oxidize at room temperature. uses Posters Tin foil and tin plate, alloyed white lead, it is used for soft soldering. zinc tin sphalerite and hemimorphite Goal bluish grey, shiny, weak at low temperatures, not very hard. uses Detail roofing, plumbing. and in the car industry. cooper zinc cuprite, chalcopyrite and malachite Goal corrodes or oxidizes very easily. uses Detail electrical wire, telephone lines, pipes, radiators. brass brass Alloy of cooper and zinc Goal very resistant to corrosion uses Detail Handicraft, jewellery, plumbing, capacitors, light and ultralight metals light and ultralight metals bronze bronze alloy of cooper and tin Goal resistant to wear and corrosion. uses Detail boat propellers , filters church, bells, sculptures, nuts, bearing and cogs. heavy metal heavy metals titanium titanium rutile and ilmenite Strategy silvery white, shiny, light,very hard and strong. uses Objective aereospace imdustry, builingstructures anmd medicinal.
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