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Meeting 2019 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Rare Metal Extraction & Processing
Sponsorship TMS: Hydrometallurgy and Electrometallurgy Committee
Organizer(s) Gisele Azimi, University of Toronto
Hojong Kim, Pennsylvania State University
Shafiq Alam, Univ of Saskatchewan
Takanari Ouchi, The University of Tokyo
Neale R. Neelameggham, IND LLC
You Qiang, Univ Of Idaho
Alafara Abdullahi Baba, University of Ilorin
Scope The symposium will cover extraction of rare metals as well as rare extraction processing techniques used in metal production. Extraction of rare—less common metals or minor metals (not covered by other TMS symposia)—will be covered. This will include elements such as antimony, bismuth, barium, beryllium, boron, calcium, chromium, gallium, germanium, hafnium, indium, manganese, molybdenum, platinum group metals, rare earth metals, rhenium, scandium, selenium, sodium, strontium, tantalum, tellurium, and tungsten—rare metals of low-tonnage sales compared with high-tonnage metals, such as iron, copper, nickel, lead, tin, zinc, or light metals, such as aluminum, magnesium, or titanium, and electronic metalloid silicon.

Rare processing will cover bio-metallurgy, hydro-metallurgy, and electro-metallurgy, as well as extraction of values from EAF dusts, and less common waste streams not discussed in recycling symposia. Rare high-temperature processes, such as microwave heating, solar-thermal reaction synthesis, and cold crucible synthesis of the rare metals will be included. Design of extraction equipment used in these processes will be included from suppliers, as well as laboratory and pilot plant studies.
Abstracts Due 07/16/2018
Proceedings Plan Planned: None Selected
PRESENTATIONS APPROVED FOR THIS SYMPOSIUM INCLUDE

A Multi-step Process for the Cleaner Utilization of Vanadium-bearing Converter Slag
A Novel Approach for Pre-concentrating Vanadium from Stone Coal
Cesium Extraction from the Taron Deposit in Argentina: New Developments
Development in Rare Earth Metal Reduction Technologies: A Review
Efficient Extraction of V(V) in Aqueous Solution by Microemulsion System
Experimental Study on the Treatment of Zinc-containing Rotary Hearth Furnace Dust
Extraction of Rare Metals from NiMH Batteries
Feasibility of Copper Recovery from Spent Deposited Sludge of Transformer Oil (DSTO) for Industrial Applications
General Rules for Deep Purification of Low-grade Molybdenite Cconcentrate
Improvement of The Pregnant Solution Arranging Method to Recover the Rare Earth Elements
Leaching and Recovery of an Oxide Gold Concentrate using Ammoniacal Thiosulfate Solutions
Leaching of Tellurium and Bismuth from the Dashuigou Tellurium Deposit in H2SO4 and FeCl3 Media
Nepheline Syenite –an Alternative Source for Potassium and Aluminium
New Dissolution Process of Iridium to Hydrochloric Acid
Novel Application of Microwave Pre-Treatment for the Valorization of Rare Earth Elements from Phosphogypsum
Process Optimization of Reducing Ilmenite Using Carbon
Production of High-purity Titanium Dioxide from Spent Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) Catalyst
Recovery of Manganese by Roasting-ammonia Leaching from Low-grade Manganese Carbonate Ores
Recovery of Potash Values from Silicate Rocks
Recovery of Scandium by Leaching Process from Brazilian Red Mud
Reduction of TiCl4 to TiH2 with CaH2 in Presence of Ni Powder
Research on the carbothermic reduction procedure of SrSO4 with carbon
Selective Precipitation of Th and Rare-earth Elements from HCl Leach Liquor
Sorption of Uranium with the Application of New Modified Sorbents Based on Natural Minerals
Study on the Roasting Mechanism of Vanadium-chromium Slag with Sodium Hydroxide
Study on Thiosulfate Leaching of Gold by Cycling Barren Solution
Supercritical Fluid Extraction for Urban Mining of Rare Earth Elements
Synthesis of Tungsten Carbides by Reducing and Carbonizing WO3 with CO


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