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Meeting 2024 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Rare Metal Extraction & Processing
Presentation Title Bacteriophage-based Sorption of Rare Earth Elements from Dilute Aqueous Solutions
Author(s) Inseok Chae, Fiona M. Doyle, Seung-Wuk Lee
On-Site Speaker (Planned) Fiona M. Doyle
Abstract Scope To address an ongoing need for environmentally benign approaches for extracting rare earth elements (REE) from ores and secondary sources, we present a novel biosorption method for separating REE from dilute aqueous solutions using bacteriophage (phage). Our approach involves the genetic engineering of the major coat protein pVIII of the M13 bacteriophage (phage) with the lanmodulin mimetic peptide, which binds REEs. We present results demonstrating the ability of the modified bacteriophage to extract REEs from dilute aqueous chloride solutions (on the order of M concentrations) buffered by sodium acetate at pH 5, the structural changes of the pVIII protein, and the aggregation of the engineered phage induced by the REE uptake. We also report on the ability to desorb REE from the phage by pH modulation and demonstrate the recyclability of phage. Finally, we discuss how phage-based biosorption might be utilized in commercial hydrometallurgical operations.
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Keywords Hydrometallurgy, Extraction and Processing, Other

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