The Metallurgy of the Common Metals: Gold, Silver, Iron, Copper, Lead, and Zinc (Classic Reprint)

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This outline of the metallurgy of the common metals, namely, gold, silver, iron, copper, lead, and zinc, is devoted to the description of processes for winning these metals from their ores and then refining them. The metallurgy of iron is treated only to the point where pig-iron is obtained.

Following the description of ores, as well as of the fuels used in smelting them, and the materials of which the furnaces are con structed, we come to sampling, for the determination of the exact value of the ore before treatment.

A chapter has been devoted to the subject of thermo-chemistry as applied to igneous methods of extraction. The winning or reduction of' the various metals is then taken up in order, and is followed by. A description of the methods of refining them. Attention is then given to commercial considerations, since the processes must be conducted in a profitable way.

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