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Phytomining and Bioleaching

Phytomining involves growing plants on top of low grade or The plants absorb copper ions through their roots The plants are then burnt to ashes containing copper ions These ions are leached from the ash using sulfuric ac...

Bioleaching and phytomining

Bioleaching and phytomining The resource is suitable to use with the new GCSE Chemistry AQA Using resources and OCR Chemicals of the natural environment units The first task is a sorting activity - in which students sort statements related to bioleaching and phytomining...

Metal extraction

Metal extraction - bioleaching and phytomining © teachitsciencecouk 2016 27153 Page 1 of 3 Task 1 Each statement below refers to bioleaching or phytomining...

Phytomining and Bioleaching

This means we will have to go back to traditional mining and phytominingThe copper ions are absorbed from the roots in the soil This comes from a low grade copper sourceThe copper ions are absorbed by the roots which means they have been taken on by the plants...

Phytomining by ljb108

Resources for a lesson on phytomining Students are given a storyboard and are asked to use it to answer the questions If finished there are higher level questions to attempt differentiation ....

Phytoremediation and phytomining a practical activity

Phytoremediation is the use of green plants to decontaminate soils in situ Soils can become contaminated from activities such as mining manufacturing This practical activity investigates the use of hyperaccumulating plants to clean up copper contaminated soils In turn, the copper can be extracted from the plants, known as phytomining...