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Application of Inorganic Ion Exchangers to Metallurgy.
United States. Bureau of Mines.
|Series||Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8816|
|Contributions||Shanks, D., Noble, E., Pierzchala, A.|
Preparation and chromatographic applications of an amide resin. The paper presents the studies on removal of copper(II) and zinc(II) ions from aqueous solutions in the presence of the tetrasodium salt of polyaspartic acid carried out on commercially available, chelating ion exchangers with different functional groups which are widely applied in the recovery of heavy metal ions from industrial effluents.
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Extractive Metallurgy. Extractive metallurgy is the practice of removing valuable metals from an ore and refining the extracted raw metals into a purer form. The field is an applied science, covering all aspects of the physical and chemical processes used to produce mineral-containing and metallic material. Lithium is preferentially extracted from brine containing Li salts along with salts of other metals, e.g. Na, Ca, Mg, K, and/or B, by contacting the brine with a particulate anion exchange resin having suspended therein a microcrystalline form of . 2A1 (OH) 3, where X= by:
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Application of inorganic ion exchangers to metallurgy. [Washington, D.C.]: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines. Inorganic Ion Exchangers in Chemical Analysis is unique in its discussion of column and planar chromatographic applications of amorphous synthetic inorganic ion exchangers.
The book also covers the historical background of iorganic ion exchangers, their classification and present status, and the analytical aspects of these by: properties of inorganic ion exchangers have been published.
The informative book by C. ~in~hlett~~ and the reviews by Churins and at er ova^^." deal with various types of ion exchangers and their uses. These authors reviewed the uses of various types of clay minerals as ion exchangers. Ion exchangers are polymeric materials with high concentrations of fixed charges (i.e., functional groups) paired with mobile counterions, in compliance with the law of electroneutrality (Figs.
and ).The surface of an ion exchange material can be thought of as a permeable membrane, where there is high flux of ions from the bulk solution to the pore space. uranium for ion exchange sites. Common examples are vanadate, molybdate, chloride, and nitrate.
Substances fouling ion exchange resins: compounds which form inert deposits or salts inside and/or on the surface of ion exchange resins.
Such deposits are File Size: KB. The book provides an in-depth discussion regarding inorganic ion exchangers for students, teachers, and researchers engaged in conducting research in chemical technology and related areas. Analytical chemists seeking simple and novel means of using easy-to-prepare chromatographic materials will find this book extremely informative.
Inorganic ion exchangers, (Topics in inorganic and general chemistry) Hardcover – January 1, by C. B Amphlett (Author) See all formats and editions Hide Author: C.
B Amphlett. Application of inorganic ion exchangers to metallurgy. Published Date: "The Bureau of Mines surveyed a variety of inorganic ion-exchange materials to determine their suitability for removing valuable accessory elements and troublesome contaminants from metallurgical process and waste streams.
or were not in a physical form suitable for Author: D. Shanks. This compilation discusses rare earth chemical and physical metallurgy, geology of rare earth mineralization in China, and study of hydroxamic acids for the floatation of rare earth minerals.
The reactions of organolanthanoid complexes, use of lanthanide ions in the study of calmodulin structure, and influence of the weak magnetic field on red. Application of inorganic ion exchangers to metallurgy Personal Author: Description: "The Bureau of Mines surveyed a variety of inorganic ion-exchange materials to determine their suitability for removing valuable accessory elements and troublesome contaminants from metallurgical process and waste streams.
in an ion exchange process. An Cited by: 2. Inorganic ion exchangers Inorganic ion exchangers The inorganic ion exchangers are generally the oxides, hydroxides and insoluble acid salts of poly valent metals, heteropoly acid salts and insoluble metal ferrocyanides.
Go to Application. Have a question. Call us at. US Open Monday to Friday, 8 AM to 6 PM EST. Figure The concept of polymer-supported inorganic metal oxide nanoparticles or hybrid ion exchanger 27 Figure Donnan membrane effect from the parent ion exchanger 29 Figure Composite predominant diagram, Fe- As and Zr-As 31Author: Surapol Padungthon.
the classical book ‘Inorganic Ion exchangers’. The later wok up to has been condensed by Pekarek and Vesely , Clearfield [18, 19], Alberti [20, 21] and Watton [22, 23] have also worked on different aspects of synthetic inorganic ion exchangers, In India Qureshi and co-workers have prepared a large number of such.
The possibility of using the sol-gel method for preparation of inorganic ion-exchangers with a silica gel matrix has been demonstrated on the ammonium molybdophosphate-silica gel (AMP-SG) system. For the preparation of the ion-exchanger a sodium silicate solution, containing AMP and components to cause gelling to silica gel after increase of the temperature of the solution, is poured Cited by: The ion-exchange capacity of polyaniline-titanium tungstophosphate for Cs+, Co2+, and Eu3+ ions was found to be, and mg-equiv g−1, respectively, exceeding the ion-exchange.
the processes. The next three chapters delve into pyro- hydro- and electro-metallurgy, in that order. Chapter 7 addresses certain representative issues concerning energy consump-tion and environmental pollution aspects especially pertinent to chemical metallurgy operations.
It is difficult for an author to praise the virtues of his own book. the application of ion exchange processes to recover PGM ions from relatively uncontami- nated aqueous solutions, such as produced by the leaching of secondary sources including.
obtained in inorganic ion exchangers and thus good separation efficiencies for trace ions in complex radioactive solutions of high concentrations of interfering salts, acidity and alkalinity.
This dissertation presents a development work of new highly selective inorganic ion exchangers aimed for the treatment of nuclear waste solutions. The. This chemistry video explains what is metallurgy and the 3 Stages in Extraction of metals in brief.
This video is meant for students studying in cl11 and 12 in CBSE/NCERT and other state. Ion exchange systems are used for efficient removal of dissolved ions from water. Ion exchangers exchange one ion for another, hold it temporarily, and then release it to a regenerant solution.
In an ion exchange system, undesirable ions in the water supply are replaced with more acceptable ions. This two-volume set provides a full account of hydrometallurgy.
Filled with illustrations and tables, this work covers the flow of source material from the mined or concentrate state to the finished product. It also highlights ion exchange, carbon adsorption and solvent extraction processes for solution purification and concentration. The extensive reference list-over makes this set a 5/5(1).Inorganic cation-exchangers with phosphate functional groups have been synthesized for further using in ion-exchange-assisted electrodialisys.
The ion-exchange and electric conductive properties of ion-exchangers containing Na +, K +, Cs +, Cu 2+ cations were studied.
Migration of cations adsorbed by the ion-exchangers into the cathod Author: T. V. Maltseva, A. G. Kotvitskyy, S. L.
Vasilyuk, V. N. Belyakov.This volume, number 19 in the series Critical Reports on Applied Chemistry, provides up-to-date reviews. Chapters cover ion exchange in uranium extraction, the extraction of precious metals in activated carbon, extraction of platinum group metal ions by ion exchange resins, and chelating ion exchangers.