|About this Abstract
||Part C-1: Hydrometallurgy 2018
||Arsenic Removal from Arsenic Bearing Materials Produced from Metallurgical Processes of Copper, Lead and Zinc
||Zhihong Liu, Zhiyong Liu, Jianxin Zhang, Siwei Li, Yuhu Li
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In recent years, the removal of arsenic from different types of high arsenic containing materials produced in nonferrous metallurgical processes have been experimentally studied in the complex materials processing research group from Central South University. These materials include secondary zinc oxide, antimony and arsenic bearing flue dust, arsenic sulfide residue and arsenate bearing flue dust. The separation of arsenic from other valuble metals was carried out hydrometallurgically; and for each type of arsenic bearing material, different process has been employed individually to remove the arsenic effectively. In this paper, the flowsheets and experimental results have been summarized.
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