Iron ore is not a renewable resource.
Iron ore is a nonrenewable resource. The earth will not make any more iron ore than is already here. iron was formed when the earth was in its infancy.
Iron ore is a non renewable resource as it can be exhausted and cant be replenished. Iron ore doesn't have any natural replenishment source.
Non-renewable. There is only a finite amount of iron on the planet, it is impossible to generate more. Iron ore is a non-renewable resource. When we have dug it all up there will be none left.
Yes it can’t be renewed.
Nope as it is a mineral which is a naturally occurring substance.
iron ore and one direction ;)
Iron ore, taconite, coal, titaniumoxied
Copper ore is considered non-renewable.
Iron is not actually made out of iron ore. Iron is extracted through a melting process from the iron ore.
no they are not the same because iron is a metal that is obtained from its ore called iron ore
Iron ore is processed in order to get the iron metal from the ore.
It is an ore so it isn't renewable.
Iron Ore fines are Iron Ore that have been crushed to under 10mm. Iron Ore pellets are Iron Ore fines that have been concentrated and bonded together to form small balls, or pellets.
iron ore is called haematite
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In Minecraft,in order to get iron ore out of a mined block of iron you need to smelt the iron ore block in a furnace.
You have to smelt it to get the iron out. Other wise, you can't get iron form iron ore.
The principal ore for iron is haematite.
No; iron ore is mixed with copper and smelted; the ore needs to be refined to extract pure iron. You cannot make a tool out of ore, but rather with pure iron.
Iron ore is not iron, it is a mixture of compounds containing iron.