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Extracting Iron from Bacteria


Written by Lambert Varias | August 20, 2018

In his latest attempt to advance to the Iron Age, Primitive Technology tried smelting iron-oxidizing bacteria to collect iron prills, or small spheres of the metal. He made a small furnace and filled it with charcoal and the ore. After 3 hours, he ended up with a handful of cast iron.


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