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    標題: Recovery of copper salts by fluidized-bed homogeneous granulation process: High selectivity on malachite crystallization
    作者: Lertratwattana, Karnsinee
    Kemacheevakul, Patiya
    Garcia-Segura, Sergi
    Ming-Chun Lu(盧明俊)
    貢獻者: King Mongkuts Univ Technol Thonburi, Dept Environm Engn
    Chia Nan Univ Pharm & Sci, Dept Environm Resources Management
    Arizona State Univ, Sch Sustainable Engn & Built Environm
    關鍵字: Fluidized-bed reactor
    Homogeneous crystallization
    Water treatment technologies
    Granulation process
    Heavy metals recovery
    日期: 2019-06
    上傳時間: 2020-07-29 13:50:49 (UTC+8)
    出版者: ELSEVIER
    摘要: Anthropogenic copper content in water is of health and environmental concern. Copper recovery from polluted effluents may become a possible dual solution for copper scarcity and copper pollution. In this work we study the possible removal and recovery of copper by fluidized-bed homogeneous crystallization (FBHC) from metallurgy industry effluents. This emergent technology may allow recovering high pure copper salts as granules for their ulterior reuse in different applications. Operational parameters of FBHC were optimized allowing up to 92% of copper recovery. The characterization of the spheroidal crystals obtained allowed identifying malachite as the unique crystal phase.
    關聯: Hydrometallurgy, v.186, pp.66-72
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