Calcination Is Used In Metallurgy For Removal Of? (A) H₂Oand H₂S (B) CO₂ And H₂S (C) Water And CO₂ (D) Water And Sulphide

The answer is (C) H₂O And CO₂

Calcination refers to a chemical process of heating a solid chemical compound to remove impurities or volatile substances. The most prominent use of calcination is to yield calcium oxide by removing carbon from limestone through combustion.

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