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Chromite is the chromium ore containing iron,chromium oxide

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Sapphire comes from the corundum mineral family, which is an aluminum oxide (Al2O3). Corundum consists of pure aluminum oxide, it also contains trace amounts of other elements such as iron, titanium and chromium.


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Iron, chromium, possipy tin, and nickel.


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Chromium is associated with iron in chromite.


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Iron, chromium, possibly tin and nickel.


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It is found primarily in chromite, a combination of iron, chromium, and oxygen.


iron oxide is called rust. where is rust found?


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Bauxite (Alumunium), Hematite (Iron) and Chromite (Chromium).


All of these are elements: iron, chromium, cobalt, manganese, and molybdenum.


in the ground as as iron oxide


Iron oxide is rust. It is formed when the element iron reacts with oxygen in the water or air.


Iron is found as a compound, iron oxide. Iron oxide is a brown substance found in certain hillsides, mountains, cliff faces and rocks


Iron Oxide (Fe2O3) can be found on any surface where raw Iron metal is exposed to Oxygen gas. It is commonly known as rust.


Either iron oxide, chromium dioxide, or ferricobalt.


Iron oxide, mostly. I don't really know if there are other minerals that can make it red, but most cases, iron oxide.


No, iron is an element. Chrmium is also an element, so there are no other substances, compounds or otherwise, that are found in it. However, there are alloys that contain both iron and chromium along with other metals.



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