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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Advances in Environmental Technologies: Recycling and Sustainability Joint Session
Presentation Title D-5: Effect of Flow Rate on Metals Adsorption of Synthetic Solution Using Chelating Resin Dowex XUS43605 in Column Experiments
Author(s) Isadora Dias Perez, Mónica Jiménez Correa, Flávia Cianga Silvas, Jorge Soares Tenório, Denise Crocce Espinosa
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Isadora Dias Perez
Abstract Scope In view of the rising generation of wastewater containing metals, sustainable and clean techniques to recover them are being researched. Thus, this study investigates the adsorption of the metals aluminum, cobalt, chromium, copper, iron (III), magnesium, manganese, nickel and zinc in a produced effluent in nickel mining by chelating ion exchange resin Dowex XUS43605. The resin was tested in columns experiments, analyzing the flow rate parameter, for pH 1.5 and at 20ºC. The concentration of metal in solution was obtained by the technique of x-ray fluorescence spectrometry energy dispersive (EDX). The results showed that breakthrough by some metals (aluminum, manganese and zinc) reached brokenthrough the initiation of the feed, while the breakthrough of copper began later. For column elution tests were used sulfuric acid first followed by ammonium hydroxide. Therefore, the study showed that the ion exchange resin can be used to treat effluents in particular mining.
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D-6: Evaluation of the Silver Recovery from Solid Industrial Wastes in an Electrochemical Reactor
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D-8: Recycling of Worn Lithium Ion Batteries through a Process of Co-grinding with PVC
D-9: Chemical Reduction of Fe(III) in Nickel Lateritic Wastewater to Recover Metals by Ion Exchange
Development of a Separation Process of NBR/ HNBR Rubber from Metal Substrate
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