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THE SOLVENT EXTRACTION OF RARE-EARTH METALS BY

25/06/2007  The solvent extraction of the trivalent lanthanides and yttrium from nitrate media by solutions of carboxylic acids in xylene has been studied. Commercially available carboxylic acids such as Versatic 10 and naphthenic acids were used, as well as model compounds of known structure, such as 2-ethylhexanoic and 3-cyclohexylpropanoic acids.

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Extracting metals - How are metals with different ...

If a metal is less reactive than carbon, it can be extracted from its oxide by heating with carbon. The carbon displaces the metal from the compound, and

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Extraction by carboxylic acids as a preparation method of ...

The authors discuss the use of carboxylic acids as solvents and complexing agents for the extraction of various metal impurities from petroleum and petroleum products such as fuels and oils preparatory to their spectroscopic determination. The procedure for establishing calibration standards for the ...

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Methods of Metal Extraction Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Notes

CaCO3 (s) → CaO (s) + CO2 (g) The Calcium Oxide reacts with the Silicon Dioxide, which is an impurity in the Iron Ore, to form Calcium Silicate which melts and collects as a molten slag floating on top of the molten Iron and is tapped off separately: CaO (s) → SiO2 (s) + CaSiO3 (l) Electrolysis Extraction (for elements above Carbon)

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Source of Metals Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Notes

Know that most metals are extracted from ores found in the Earth’s Crust and that unreactive metals are often found as the uncombined element. Extraction of Ores . Extraction of Ores from Earth’s Crust: The Earth’s Crust contains metals and metal compounds such as Gold, Iron Oxide and Aluminium Oxide, but when found in the Earth, these are often mixed with other

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4:36 (Triple only) describe the reactions of aqueous ...

Dilute carboxylic acids react with metals in the same way as other dilute acids (e.g. hydrochloric acid) only more slowly. For example, dilute ethanoic acid reacts with magnesium with a lot of fizzing to produce a salt and hydrogen, leaving a colourless solution of magnesium ethanoate: magnesium + ethanoic acid

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Process for organic acid bioleaching of ore - BHP Minerals ...

These types of fungi produce hydroxy-carboxylic acids such as citric acid and oxalic acid as metabolites, which have shown to be able to dissolve nickel, cobalt, and iron from a

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Evaluation of a versatic 10 Acid/Nicksyn™ Synergistic ...

Extraction metal-distribution equilibria (pH vs. extraction) The origin of the synergistic effect for nickel by a carboxylic acid (such as V10, which exists in the form of dimers H 2 A 2), with the addition of a synergistic compound (L) such as Nicksyn™, was discussed previously in terms of

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Durham E-Theses Studies into the separation of the component metals

Carboxylic Acids 1.6 Industrial Applications 1.7 Summary 2. THE BULK EXTRACTION OF CHROME RESIDUE 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Chlorination of Residue and Ore 2.3 Acid Dissolution of Residue 2.3.1. Evaluation of Single Component Acids Under Non Reflux Conditions 2.3.2. Evaluation of Single and Dual Acid Compositions Under Reflux Conditions 2.3.3. Evaluation of Sulphuric Acid and

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Solvent extraction: the coordination chemistry behind extractive

After dissolution of the ore into an aqueous medium (leaching), the metal to be recovered can be separated and concentrated using solvent extraction and the resulting, high purity, aqueous solution is reduced to generate the metal. 10

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Extraction of Metals from Their Ores - SPM Chemistry

The method that is used in the extraction of metal from its ore depends on the position of the metal in the reactivity series of metals. metals that are located lower than carbon in the reactivity series of metals can be extracted using the reduction of metal oxide by carbon in a blast furnace. metals that are located higher than carbon in the reactivity series of metals are extracted by using ...

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Separating the Platinum Group Metals by Liquid-Liquid Extraction

To extract the platinum group metals from ore, and to refine them ... chelating agents, carboxylic or sulphonic acids, or acidic organophosphorus compounds. Important in this class are the oxime reagents. Substitution kinetics for the platinum group metals, for example platinum or palladium, are relatively slow compared to base metals such as Platinum Metals Rev., 1981, 25, (3) 108 copper. A ...

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Extraction of Lanthanide and Actinide Ions from Aqueous Mixtures Using a Carboxylic Acid

To obtain a high adsorption capacity for the extraction of metal ions from a low-concentration solution, a large enthalpy of adsorption (ΔH ads) is necessary, which can be achieved by promoting multiple chemical interactions between the metal ion and the binding site. BPP-7 was chosen as a densely functionalized PAF with a great potential for cooperative binding as a result of its highly ...

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Biological methods of metal extraction - Higher - Obtaining and using metals

Certain bacteria can break down low-grade ores to produce an acidic solution containing metal ions. The solution is called a leachate and the process is called bioleaching. Bioleaching can be used...

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Extracting metals: key points Secondary Science 4 All

19/07/2014  Knowledge of the reactivity series for metals is important for deciding the method of metal extraction from the metal ore. The reactivity series for metals shows the order of reactivity from least to most reactive metal. Importantly, a more reactive metal can reduce the salt (oxide) of a metal of lower reactivity. Unreactive metals (e.g. gold, silver, platinum) are found in the Earth as the ...

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Methods of Metal Extraction Edexcel IGCSE Chemistry Notes

CaCO3 (s) → CaO (s) + CO2 (g) The Calcium Oxide reacts with the Silicon Dioxide, which is an impurity in the Iron Ore, to form Calcium Silicate which melts and collects as a molten slag floating on top of the molten Iron and is tapped off separately: CaO (s) → SiO2 (s) + CaSiO3 (l) Electrolysis Extraction (for elements above Carbon)

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Extracting iron and copper - Reactions of metals - AQA - GCSE Chemistry (Single Science) Revision - AQA - BBC Bitesize

An ore is a rock that contains enough of a metal or a metal compound to make extracting the metal worthwhile. Extraction methods . The extraction. method used depends upon the metal's position in ...

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copper extraction and purification - chemguide

Copper can be extracted from non-sulphide ores by a different process involving three separate stages: Reaction of the ore (over quite a long time and on a huge scale) with a dilute acid such as dilute sulphuric acid to produce a very dilute copper (II) sulphate solution. Concentration of the copper (II) sulphate solution by solvent extraction.

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US6171564B1 - Process for extraction of metal from an ore ...

A process for the extraction of metal from an ore or concentrate which contains nickel and/or cobalt values and other metals, comprises subjecting the ore or concentrate to acid leaching under pressure at pH≦2 to obtain a liquor containing nickel and/or cobalt values, subjecting the liquor to a first precipitation stage at pH of about 5 to 6 to produce a solid containing non nickel

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Equilibrium and kinetic studies of copper extraction from ...

Cote G., Jakubiak A., Bauer D., Szymanowski J., Mokili B. and Poitrenaud C. (1994) Modelling of extraction equilibrium for copper(II) extraction by pyridine carboxylic acid esters from concentrated chloride solutions at constant water activity and constant total concentration of ionic or molecular species dissolved in the aqueous phase.

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The Recovery of Gallium(III) from Acid Leach Liquors of ...

The HDP resin which contains both carboxylic acid and hydroxidiphosphonic acid groups is more attractive. In fact, the extraction of metal cations occurs mainly by reaction with the hydroxydiphosphonic acid groups when operating at high acidity. Below pH 0.5, gallium (III) is selectively extracted by HDP, except against iron(III) which should be reduced into iron(II) prior

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Hydrometallurgical Processing of Manganese Ores: A Review

A number of organic solvent extraction reagents have been used for fundamental research, focusing on the phosphorus acid and carboxylic acid cation exchange reagents. Sato and Nakamura [37] investigated solvent extraction of divalent metals, Mn, Co, Ni, Cu, Zn, Cd, and Hg, from sulphuric acid solutions by D 2 EHPA (di-2-ethylhexyl phosphoric acid).

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Synthesis of New Extractants Containing a Carboxylic Acid ...

Recently, extraction of indium(III) using pyrrolidine carboxylic acid extractants was studied [15]. Separation of indium(III) and gallium(III) from zinc(II) using this carboxylic acid extractant

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CN104726724A - Method for extracting scandium from nickel ...

The invention provides a method for extracting scandium from nickel laterite ores. The method includes carrying out leaching treatment on the nickel laterite ores by the aid of sulfuric acid to obtain leach liquor of the nickel laterite ores; carrying out scandium-rich precipitation treatment on the leach liquor of the nickel laterite ores by the aid of first precipitants to obtain

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Enhancing Metal Separations Using Hydrophilic Ionic ...

However, when tetraethylammonium chloride is added into the EG solution, CoCl 2 is selectively held back (only 1.2% extraction at 3.0 M tetraethylammonium chloride), whereas the extraction of SmCl 3 is unaffected (89.9% extraction), leading to reversed metal separation with a separation factor of Sm(III)/Co(II) > 700. The same principle is applicable to a range of

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Extraction of cobalt, copper and nickel values from ...

Cobalt-, copper- or nickel- containing ammoniacal solutions are commonly obtained in extraction of these metals from their ores and/or ore concentrates but the invention is not restricted thereto. The cobalt, copper and nickel values in ammoniacal solutions are present as bivalent amine complex ions having the general formula Co (NH 3 ) x +2 , Cu (NH 3 ) x +2 , and Ni(NH 3 ) x

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When a metal is to be extracted from its ore and if the gang

When a metal is to be extracted from its ore and if the gangue associated with the ore is silica, then (A) An acidic flux is needed (B) A basic flux i

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Solvent Extraction of Alkali Metal Cations from Aqueous ...

Competitive solvent extractions of alkali metal cations from aqueous solutions by the crown ether carboxylic acids sym-dibenzo-13-crown-4-oxyacetic acid, 2; sym-dibenzo-19-crown-6-oxyacetic acid, 3, and sym-dibenzo-14-crown-4-oxyacetic acid, 4, in chloroform have been conducted.Influences of aqueous phase pH and metal ion concentrations upon the concentrations of metals

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Removal of Ca and Mg from nickel electrowinning solutions

Metals present in the ores, such as calcium, cobalt, copper, iron, ... aqueous sulfuric acid solutions with metal ion concentrations similar to those typically found in High Pressure Acid Leaching (HPAL) industrial liquors, following the iron removal step. A pre-purification step by solvent extraction using 20%v/v of Cyanex 272 (bis(2,4,4-trimethylpentyl) phosphinic acid) as

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Durham E-Theses Studies into the separation of the ...

Carboxylic Acids 1.6 Industrial Applications 1.7 Summary 2. THE BULK EXTRACTION OF CHROME RESIDUE 2.1 Introduction 2.2 Chlorination of Residue and Ore 2.3 Acid Dissolution of Residue 2.3.1. Evaluation of Single Component Acids Under Non Reflux Conditions 2.3.2. Evaluation of Single and Dual Acid Compositions Under Reflux Conditions 2.3.3. Evaluation of Sulphuric Acid

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Extraction Equilibrium of Valuable Metals from NdFeB ...

Keywords: NdFeB Permanent Magnet, Rare Earth Metal, Solvent Extraction, Carboxylic Acid Extractant The present study investigates the separation and recovery of the valuable metals in the sintered NdFeB permanent magnets by solvent extraction, in which neodymium, dysprosium and cobalt are contained as valuable metals. Neo-dec- anoic and naphthenic acids, and 2-ethylhexyl phosphonic acid

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Synthesis of New Extractants Containing a Carboxylic Acid ...

Recently, extraction of indium(III) using pyrrolidine carboxylic acid extractants was studied [15]. Separation of indium(III) and gallium(III) from zinc(II) using this carboxylic acid extractant

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Studies into the separation of the component metals ... - CORE

Chrome residue, the disposal product of a chrome ore pyrometallurgical extraction process, contains a number of valuable metals in oxide form. The bulk extraction of the main metals in residue is investigated by acid dissolution, followed by solvent extraction techniques for the selective recovery of the metals from solution. Efforts have been focused on screening for

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Solvent extraction in hydrometallurgy

tities of acid produced by the extraction reaction. A recently piloted flowsheet for the Konkola project in Zambia has made innova- tive use of SX to solve the problems of acid supply and the treatment of difficult ores. The Konkola Deep deposit is a sulfide ore that is mined by underground methods. In the immediate vicinity is a large surface oxide deposit known as the

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Extracting metals: key points Secondary Science 4 All

19/07/2014  Knowledge of the reactivity series for metals is important for deciding the method of metal extraction from the metal ore. The reactivity series for metals shows the order of reactivity from least to most reactive metal. Importantly, a more reactive metal can reduce the salt (oxide) of a metal of lower reactivity. Unreactive metals (e.g. gold, silver, platinum) are found in the

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Separation of Organic Compounds by Acid-Base Extraction ...

A commonly used method of separating a mixture of organic compounds is known as liquid-liquid extraction. Most reactions of organic compounds require extraction at some stage of product purification. In this experiment you will use extraction techniques to separate a mixture of an organic acid, a base, and a neutral compound. Organic acids and bases can be separated

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copper extraction and purification - chemguide

Copper can be extracted from non-sulphide ores by a different process involving three separate stages: Reaction of the ore (over quite a long time and on a huge scale) with a dilute acid such as dilute sulphuric acid to produce a very dilute copper(II) sulphate solution. Concentration of the copper(II) sulphate solution by solvent extraction.

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Nuclear fuel cycle, with a liquid ore and fuel: toward ...

It should also be noted that several radiotoxic isotopes are released during conventional uranium extraction from solid ores e.g. radon emanations and tailings. The protocol suggested here concerns seawater, a fluid in which the decay products are not retained. Uranium extraction from seawater has been researched for approximately 30 years in Japan, focusing on amidoxime

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