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What is an Ore in Chemistry? 

An ore is a mixture of processed minerals to produce an industry material or chemically treated to generate one or more metals. Chromium, steel, zinc, aluminum, manganese, tungsten, mercury, and some copper ores are typically processed for one element.  

 Before getting treated with the chemical methods to recover metals, Ore undergoes a process of physical forms of benefit. The benefit is processed to include the mineral’s release by grinding and crushing, physical methods including magnetic, gravity, etc., or other physicochemical methods separating the individual minerals.  

 Gold ore can only produce gold, but while talking about silver, it is a common partner. Nickel ores are always associated with cobalt, whereas ores are always associated with zinc and lead. However, all the other minerals are complex and produce several metals. 

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