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Reduce Fe in ore

Reduce Fe in ore

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Seeking help on attempting to reduce the iron content of ore. It's at about 70-95%, trying to reduce it as much as possible. Any help appreciated.

RE: Reduce Fe in ore

You want to REDUCE the iron content of an ore which is 70-95% what, iron? Heck- add some SAND to it!

You need to re-state your question more clearly, with more details, if you would like meaningful help. What kind of ore? Ore of what metal? 70-95% refers to what species or element? What is your target?

RE: Reduce Fe in ore

Have you read " Iron and Steel Making" by Bashforth, "Making Shaping,Treating of Steels" ?

"Even,if you are a minority of one, truth is the truth."

Mahatma Gandhi.

RE: Reduce Fe in ore

(OP)
Never mind guys- got it figured. Thanks!

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