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SHE Task - Acids and the Environment

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This report is about the acid rain and the impacts of it in Queenstown, Tasmania. The report includes images and also a flowchart, all has been referenced.

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SHE Task - Acids and the Environment
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Chemistry Matter Mining Metallurgical processes Environmental impact of mining Chemical elements Dietary minerals Native element minerals Acid rain Acid mine drainage Open-pit mining Sulfuric acid
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Topics this document covers:
Chemistry Matter Mining Metallurgical processes Environmental impact of mining Chemical elements Dietary minerals Native element minerals Acid rain Acid mine drainage Open-pit mining Sulfuric acid
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The formation of acid rain and the affects the disaster has on the community and the environment will also be explored. Additionally, the report will also discuss ways in which acidic disasters can be prevented and how different methods of copper mining can minimise environmental impacts. Copper and its Economic Benefits Copper is a metal which is mined for through out Australia. It is malleable (easy to mould into another shape), ductile (can be made into thin wire), soft and possesses a high electrical and thermal conductivity. Most copper mines use the open cut method or have underground mines in which the copper is mined for. The open cut method is the method where the metals and minerals are extracted from the earth using an open pit. H...
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