Bessemer process

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A method, historically important but no longer in use, in which molten pig iron is charged in a Bessemer converter and air is blown through the molten metal to oxidize the impurities, thus making steel. This process is no longer in use.

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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