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Title: Scandium Recovery from Red Mud by Carbonate Assist
Authors: Rychkov, V. N.
Kirillov, E. V.
Kirillov, S. V.
Bunkov, G. M.
Titova, S. M.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Knowledge E
Citation: Scandium Recovery from Red Mud by Carbonate Assist / V. N. Rychkov, E. V. Kirillov, S. V. Kirillov, G. M. Bunkov, S. M. Titova // Technogen Conference Proceedings : International Conference with Elements of School for Young Scientists on Recycling and Utilization of Technogenic Formations (Ekaterinburg, Russia, 5–8 June 2017). – Dubai : Knowledge E, 2017. – pp. 163-167. — DOI: 10.18502/kms.v2i2.964
Abstract: Known methods for production of scandium compounds are based mainly on the acidic leaching of scandium-containing materials, followed by its isolation as sparingly soluble compounds. However, these schemes have many operations, consume high amounts of reagents and electric power, resulting in a high cost of the final product. The effect of carbonate ions concentration, contact time, temperature, the ratio of S:L, type and amount of sorbent on the degree of scandium separation directly from red mud slurry was studied in this work. It has been shown that the greatest capacity of macroporous adsorbents exhibit scandium acrylic copolymers iminodifosfonic group situated closer to the polymer skeleton.
Keywords: SCANDIUM
RED MUD
LEACHING
SORPTION
ION EXCHANGE RESIN
EXTRACTION
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10995/63225
Conference name: International Conference with Elements of School for Young Scientists on Recycling and Utilization of Technogenic Formations
Conference date: 05.06.2017-08.06.2017
WOS ID: WOS:000426885500026
ISSN: 2519-1438
DOI: 10.18502/kms.v2i2.964
Origin: International Conference with Elements of School for Young Scientists on Recycling and Utilization of Technogenic Formations. — Ekaterinburg, 2017
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