Thermite process



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    My doubt is:" is thermite process reaction between Cr2O3 & Al or Fe2O3 & Al or any metal & Al"?
    Do all these reactions have the same name "goldschmidt's aluminothermic process"?
    Please explain.
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  • @anag
    The thermite process is a chemical reaction in which a metal oxide (preferrably molten) are displaced by another molten metal which is more reactive than the metal in the metal oxide, releasing a lot of heat.
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    Here, Al (Aluminium) is more reactive than Fe (Iron) or Cr (Chromium), and displaces it from their oxides..

    ONLY THIS MUCH IS THERMITE PROCESS..
    BEYOND THIS WHAT YOU DIDN'T UNDERSTAND...?



  • @dikshant-gautam Thanks. My doubt was:" is thermite process reaction between any metal & Al"?

    Do all these reactions have the same name "goldschmidt's aluminothermic process"?


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