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What is the most common ore?

  • Cassiterite (tin)
  • Chromite (chromium)
  • Coltan (niobium and tantalum)
  • Columbite (niobium)
  • Hematite (iron)
  • Ilmenite (titanium)
  • Magnetite (iron)
  • Pyrolusite (manganese)

Similarly, it is asked, what metals are found in ores?

Non-ferrous metal ores, containing:
  • Copper (chalcopyrite, malachite and others);
  • Nickel (garnierite, pentlandite and others)
  • Lead (galena and others);
  • Zinc (sphalerite and others);
  • Tin (cassiterite and others);
  • Aluminium (bauxite and others);
  • Gold, silver, platinum and other precious metals;
  • Uranium and thorium; and.

What is the most common metal in the earth?

Aluminium

What are some examples of an ore?

Ores are minerals that have a high concentration of a certain element, typically a metal. Examples are cinnabar (HgS), an ore of mercury, sphalerite (ZnS), an ore of zinc, or cassiterite (SnO2), an ore of tin (Mineral). Part A: The table lists several ores of metals and their chemical formulas.
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