Learn the basics about Minerals and Ores from a perspective of the Chemical Sciences.

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46 thoughts on “Minerals and Ores | Chemistry for All | The Fuse School”
  1. I think this not as like I dreamed I thought this video will be so nice but not understandable video I have more doughts seeing this video ok but I am not satisfied with this video

  2. I'm in grade 5. I don't think the subtopics were quite organized, it's confusing. Specially the extraction process thing- what's an element and a compound, would've been useful if you specified and explained the terms before making a fact of it. And about minerals, so you're telling me minerals are oxides, carbonates and sulfides of a METAL, where tf did that come from? Metals! Minerals come from metals! It should've been said FIRST thing in the video. Starting from definition and use and like stuff like that…Either way I understood upto the 'economically beneficial' part. Thanks guys! I'm gonna ace my test . (Not sarcastically saying, this helped me hahhsahsjakhdkashdlas)

  3. Thank you very much. The video is really informative and explains the concepts very well. I'm not in school for a long time, but now I am wishing I had taken Chemistry. Really appreciative for your efforts. TY again

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