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  • 1. Examples of where minerals are used Aircraft frames and engines Aluminum (aluminum alloys) Beryllium (superalloys) Chromium (superalloys) Cobalt (superalloys) Iron (steel) Magnesium (aluminum and magnesium alloys) Manganese (aluminum alloys and steel) Nickel (superalloys) Rhenium (superalloys) Silicon (aluminum alloys and steel) Titanium (titanium alloys) Tungsten (superalloys) Vanadium (titanium alloys) Zirconium and hafnium (superalloys)
  • 2.
    • Minerals used in coins include:
    • Cent (copper plated zinc)
    • Copper (2.5%) Zinc (balance)
    • Nickel Nickel (25%)
      • Copper (balance)
    • Dime Nickel (8.33%)
      • Copper (balance)
    • Quarter Nickel (8.33%)
      • Copper (balance)
    • Half Dollar Nickel (8.33%)
      • Copper (balance)
    • Golden Dollar Copper (88.5%) Zinc (6%) Manganese (3.5%) Nickel (2%)
    Minerals and materials used in aluminum cans include: Aluminum (aluminum alloys) Iron Magnesium Manganese Silicon
  • 3. Examples of where minerals are used Minerals and materials used in lead-acid automotive battery include: Arsenic (plates) Feldspar (polypropylene case) Lead (plates, terminals) Sand (polypropylene case) Sulfur (sulfuric acid) Talc (polypropylene case) Wollastonite (polypropylene case) Minerals and materials used in copper electrical wire include: Copper
  • 4. Minerals and materials used to produce electric power: Coal Lime/ limestone (environmental control) Minerals and materials used in a dishwasher include: Aluminum (aluminum alloys) Chromium (steel) Copper Fluorspar (steel making) Gold (electrical contacts) Iron (steel) Manganese (aluminum and steel alloys) Silicon (aluminum and steel alloys) Zinc (coating)
  • 5. Minerals and materials used in kitchen utensils include: Chromium (steel) Iron (steel) Manganese (steel) Silicon (steel) Silver Minerals and materials used in aluminum foil include: Aluminum (aluminum alloys) Iron (aluminum alloys) Magnesium (aluminum alloys) Manganese (aluminum alloys) Silicon (aluminum alloys)
  • 6. Minerals and materials used in galvanized nails include: Iron (steel) Manganese (steel) Silicon (steel) Zinc (corrosion resistant coating Minerals and materials used in magnets include: Cobalt Iron Nickel Strontium
  • 7. Minerals and materials used in razor blades include: Chromium (stainless steel) Iron (stainless steel) Manganese (stainless steel) Silicon (stainless steel) Minerals and materials used in lead-free solder include: Bismuth Selenium Minerals and materials used in steel pipe include: Iron (steel) Manganese (steel) Silicon (steel)
  • 8. Minerals and materials used in a stainless steel sink include: Chromium (stainless steel) Iron (stainless steel) Manganese (stainless steel) Nickel (stainless steel) Silicon (stainless steel) Minerals and materials used in aluminum siding include: Aluminum (aluminum alloys) Magnesium (aluminum alloys) Manganese (aluminum alloys) Silicon (aluminum alloys)
  • 9. Minerals and materials used in a faucet include: Chromium (plating) Copper (brass) Nickel (plating) Tin (brass) Zinc (brass) Minerals and materials used in steel structural beams include: Iron (steel) Manganese (steel) Silicon (steel)
  • 10. incandescent light bulb include: Aluminum (aluminum alloy base) Copper (wire, contact) Crushed stone or lime (glass making) Manganese (aluminum alloy base) Molybdenum (wire) Nickel (wire) Sand (glass) Silicon (aluminum alloy base) Soda ash (glass) Tungsten (filament) fluorescent light tube include: Aluminum Copper Crushed stone or lime (glass making) Feldspar Manganese (aluminum) Mercury (vapor) Sand (glass) Silicon (aluminum) Soda ash (glass making)
  • 11. Minerals and materials used in electronics include: Aluminum Beryllium Cesium Cobalt Copper Diamond (e.g. etching) Germanium Gold Indium Iron (steel) Lead Magnesium Manganese Molybdenum Mercury Mica Platinum - group metals Rhenium Sand (e.g. quartz crystal) Selenium Silicon Silver Tantalum Tellurium Thallium Tin Titanium Tungsten Zinc

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