What are the differences between minerals and ores , Biology

Menerals are naturally occurring inorganic solids with a crystalline structure and a definite range of chemical formula. Ores are concentrations of minerals in rock.

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Minerals are the naturally occured chemical substances which may or may not useful for the extraction of respective metal atoms. But, Ores are the chemical substances from which the extraction of metal atom is easier and less cost.

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