A metal that exists as a liquid at room temperature is obtained by heating its sulfide in the presence of air. Identify the metal and its ore and give the reaction involved.
Reaction of cinnabar with oxygen:
Name the following:
(a) A metal which is liquid at room temperature.
(b) The process of heating an ore to a high temperature in the presence of air.
(c) The compound formed by the reaction between calcium oxide and silica.
(d) A compound which is added to lower the fusion temperature of the electrolytic bath in the extraction of aluminium.
(e) Name an allotrope of a non-metal that allows electricity to pass through it.
Name one metal and one non-metal which exist as liquids at room temperature.
A metal that exists as a liquid at room temperature is obtained by heating it's sulphide in the presence of air. Identify the metal and it's ore and give the reaction involved.