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Improvement development of technology for processing electronic scrap concentrates

Authors:
T. A. Aleksandrova1
A. N. Telyakov2
About authors
  • 1 — Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
  • 2 — Saint Petersburg State Mining Institute (Technical University)
Date submitted:
2010-07-24
Date accepted:
2010-09-14
Date published:
2011-01-01

Abstract

The question of electronic scrap processing concentrates of varying composition. During  the oxidative electrolysis smelting electronic scrap it became clear that the electrolyte composition is variable. And this complicates the whole technology of purification of the electrolyte, making it cumbersome and not profitable from an economic perspective. To improve the technology was considered by the option of separate processing of iron-nickel cobalt and copper silver concentrates.

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References

  1. Теляков А.Н. Технология переработки отходов радиоэлектронной промышленности / А.Н.Теляков, Д.В.Горленков, Э.Ю.Степанова // Цветные металлы. № 6. 2007. С.52-54.
  2. Баймаков Ю.В. Электролиз в гидрометаллургии / Ю.В.Баймаков, А.И.Журин // М.: Металлургия, 1963. С.115-121.

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