In this guide, I talk about, how to complete the achievement “Ltd! Shiny” quickly and clearly for just 15 minutes
What the achievement requires?
Ore is a kind of minerals, natural mineral formation, containing compounds of useful components (minerals, metals, organic matter) in concentrations, making the extraction of these components economically feasible.
Economic viability is determined by ore conditions. Along with native metals, there are metal ores (gland, tin, copper, zinc, nickel and the like) - the main forms of natural occurrence of these fossils, suitable for industrial and economic use. Distinguish between metallic and non-metallic ore minerals; the latter include, such as piezoelectric quartz, fluorite and others. The ability to process ore is determined by its reserves. The concept of ore is changing as a result of technological progress.; over time, the range of used ores and minerals expands. Different types of ores are distinguished.
Types of ores:
Poor ore is ore, in which the content of the useful component (metal, mineral) stands on the verge of conditional; such ore requires beneficiation.
Rich ore is such an ore, that it is economically feasible to use it directly, without pre-enrichment. High grade ore is often referred to as ore, in which the content of useful components (metal, mineral) in 2-3 times higher than the conditioned.
Swamp ore - formed by the deposition of brown iron ore (limonite) at the bottom of the swamps in the form of nodules (legumes), hard crusts and layers, cm. Leguminous ore.
Leguminous ore is an ore, leguminous, indicating the participation in its formation of colloidal, sometimes biochemical processes; sometimes iron, manganese, aluminum (bauxite), sedimentary and eluvial origin. Most often this term is applied to one of the varieties of brown iron (limonite) sedimentary ores, usually deposited at the bottom of lakes (lake ores) and will (swamp ores); they consist of small rounded or bean-shaped formations, often concentric-shell build, loose or cemented with brown iron ore or clay. Depending on the texture, the legume itself is distinguished., pea, as well as powdered ore. Legume ores of sedimentary origin usually occur in the form of beds, interlayers and lenses. Legume ores of eluvial origin have an incorrect, often pocket-like.
Breccia ore - with a breccia texture; ore mineral can compose either cement, or fragments of breccia.
Chipmunk ore - local, siberian, name of banded lead-zinc ore from polymetallic deposits of Eastern Transbaikalia. Characterized by frequent alternation of thin strips of sulfide minerals and carbonates. Formed by selective replacement of crystalline limestones and banded dolomites with sphalerite and galena.
Boulder ore - consisting of boulders or debris of a useful component (eg; brown iron ore, bauxite, phosphorite) and loose barren host rock.
Disseminated ore - consisting of predominant, empty (containing) breeds, in which more or less evenly distributed (interspersed) ore minerals in the form of individual grains, clusters of grains and veins. Such inclusions often accompany large bodies of solid ores along the edges., forming halos around them, and also form independent, often very large deposits, eg, porphyry copper ore deposits. Synonym: scattered ore.
Galmeynaya ore - secondary zinc ore, consisting mainly of calamine and smithsonite. Typical for the oxidation zone of zinc deposits in carbonate rocks.
Pea ore - a type of legume ore.
Turf ore - loose, sometimes cemented, part of porous formations, consisting of limonite with an admixture of other iron oxide hydrates and a variable amount of iron compounds with phosphoric, humic and silicic acids. Sod ore also contains sand and clay. It is formed by subsoil waters rising to the surface with the participation of microorganisms in swamps and wet meadows and represents the second horizon of bog and meadow soils. Synonym: meadow ore.
Nodular ore - represented by ore nodules. Found among sedimentary iron (limonite), phosphorite and some other deposits.
Cockade ore (ringed) - with cockade texture. Cm. ore texture cockade.
Complex ore - complex ore, from which several metals or useful components are recovered or can be economically recovered, eg, copper-nickel ore, from which can be extracted, except nickel and copper, cobalt, platinum group metals, gold, silver, selenium, tellur, sulfur.
Meadow ore - a synonym for the term sod ore.
Massive ore - a synonym for the term solid ore.
Metal ore - ore, in which any metal is a useful constituent, used by industry. Contrasted with non-metallic ores, eg, phosphorus, barite, etc.. d.
Mylonitized ore - crushed and finely ground ore, sometimes with a parallel texture. Formed in crushing zones and along the planes of thrusts and faults.
Monetary ore - accumulations of small pellet-like nodules of iron oxides or oxides of iron and manganese at the bottom of lakes; used as iron ore. Coin ores are confined to the lakes of the taiga zone in the areas of distribution of ancient eroded (destroyed) igneous rocks and wide development of flat-wavy relief with many swamps.
Lake ore - iron (limonite) ore, deposited at the bottom of lakes. Similar to swamp ores. Distributed in the lakes of the northern part of Russia.
Oxidized ore is ore of the near-surface part (oxidation zone) sulfide deposits, resulting from oxidation of primary ores.
Oolitic ore - consisting of small rounded concentrically-shelled or radial-radial formations, t. n. oolites. Common structural type of iron ores, in which ore minerals are silicates from the chlorite group (shamuzit, thuringitis) or siderite, hematite, limonite, sometimes magnetite), often present together, sometimes with a predominance of one of these minerals. Oolitic composition is also typical for ores of many bauxite deposits..
Sedimentary ferruginous ore - cm. Sedimentary ferruginous rock.
Smallpox ore is a type of disseminated magnetite ores in syenite rocks in the Urals. Local term.
Primary ore - not subject to later changes.
Recrystallized ore - which has undergone a transformation of the mineral composition during the processes of metamorphism, textures and structures without changing the chemical composition.
Polymetallic ore - containing lead, zinc and usually copper, and silver as permanent impurities, gold and often cadmium, indium, gallium and some other rare metals.
Banded ore - consisting of thin layers (stripes), significantly different in composition, by grain size or by the quantitative ratio of minerals.
Porphyry copper ore (or copper-porphyry) - formation of sulfide disseminated and veinlet-disseminated copper and molybdenum-copper ores in highly silicified hypabyssal moderately acid granitoid and subvolcanic porphyry intrusions and their host effusive, tuffaceous and metasomatic rocks. Ores are represented by pyrite, chalcopyrite, chalcocite, less often bornite, блёкл
How to find ore
2.Enter the mine;
3.look around in the mine;
4.Go until you find something shiny;
You found ore!?
Now you need to dig it out!
How to dig ore
The first is, now we hit the ore with all our might many times.
When she breaks the achievement is fulfilled!
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