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Sulfuric acid baking and leaching of rare earth elements

Monazite, a rare earth and thorium bearing phosphate mineral, is one of the major minerals used for the production of rare earth elements. Although sulfuric acid baking is one of the main processing routes for extraction of rare earth elements from monazite, the chemistry involved is not well understood.

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Sulfuric acid baking and leaching of rare earth elements

Aug 01, 2018  Monazite, a rare earth and thorium bearing phosphate mineral, is one of the major minerals used for the production of rare earth elements. Although sulfuric acid baking is one of the main processing routes for extraction of rare earth elements

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Effect of Sulfuric Acid Baking and Caustic Digestion on

Abstract: To improve the recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) from a refractory ore, this study investigated two different chemical decomposition methods, namely sulfuric acid baking and

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The sulfuric acid bake and leach route for processing of

Sep 01, 2019  The primary aim of sulfuric acid baking of rare earth ores or concentrates is the decomposition of the rare earth mineral structure, with concomitant conversion of the rare earths into soluble sulfates. A review of the literature has shown that the conditions used to achieve this vary widely for different rare earth minerals.

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ect of Sulfuric Acid Baking and Caustic Digestion on

minerals Article E ect of Sulfuric Acid Baking and Caustic Digestion on Enhancing the Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from a Refractory Ore Rina Kim 1,*,Heechan Cho 2, Jinan Jeong 2, Jihye Kim 3, Sugyeong Lee 4, Kyeong Woo Chung 1, Ho-Sung Yoon 1 and Chul-Joo Kim 1 1 Resources Recovery Research Center, Mineral Resources Division, Korea Institute of Geoscience and Mineral

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Minerals Free Full-Text Effect of Sulfuric Acid Baking

To improve the recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) from a refractory ore, this study investigated two different chemical decomposition methods, namely sulfuric acid baking and caustic digestion, with their respective leaching processes. The studied lateritic ore contained goethite (FeOOH) as a major constituent with REEs scattered around and forming submicron grains of phosphate minerals

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A review on the cracking, baking and leaching processes of

Aug 01, 2017  Keywords: rare earth elements; alkaline cracking; acid baking; leaching; separation Rare earth elements (REE) are a group of 17 elements, including scandium (Sc), yttrium (Y) and 15 lanthanides from lanthanum (La, 57) to lutetium (Lu, 71). They show the similar chemical properties, and tend to occur in the same mineral deposits[1].

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(PDF) Optimization of Nitric Acid Leaching of Rare Earth

Optimization of Nitric Acid Leaching of Rare Earth Elements From Moroccan Natural Phosphate. November 2020; Acid baking at 270 °C with acid to solid ratio of 2 (w/w) for 5 h led to 95%

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Leaching and recovery of phosphate and rare earth elements

Mar 01, 2019  Apatite concentrate is an important source of phosphate and contains significant amounts of rare earth elements (REEs). In this study, the possibility of selective phosphoric acid leaching of phosphate and calcium from the Esfordi (Yazd province, Iran) apatite concentrate, containing 16.3% phosphorus, 37.1% calcium, 2.9% iron and 1.2% REEs was investigated.

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Recovery of Rare Earths and Other Valuable Metals From

potential are the Orbite, the pressure leaching, and the acid baking processes. Keywords Bauxite residue Leaching Rare-earth elements Red mud Roasting Scandium Smelting Introduction Bauxite Residue Bauxite residue (red mud) is a reddish-brown solid waste generated during the production of purified aluminum (oxy) hydroxides from bauxite.

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Sulfuric acid baking and leaching of rare earth elements

Monazite, a rare earth and thorium bearing phosphate mineral, is one of the major minerals used for the production of rare earth elements. Although sulfuric acid baking is one of the main processing routes for extraction of rare earth elements from monazite, the chemistry involved is not well understood. In this study, a combination of chemical analysis and standard characterisation techniques

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Minerals Free Full-Text Effect of Sulfuric Acid Baking

To improve the recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) from a refractory ore, this study investigated two different chemical decomposition methods, namely sulfuric acid baking and caustic digestion, with their respective leaching processes. The studied lateritic ore contained goethite (FeOOH) as a major constituent with REEs scattered around and forming submicron grains of phosphate minerals

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(PDF) Optimization of Nitric Acid Leaching of Rare Earth

Optimization of Nitric Acid Leaching of Rare Earth Elements From Moroccan Natural Phosphate. November 2020; Acid baking at 270 °C with acid to solid ratio of 2 (w/w) for 5 h led to 95%

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Sulfuric Acid Leaching of Heavy Rare Earth Elements (HREEs

Oct 16, 2020  There are several ways to extract rare earth metals from their carrier minerals, such as direct leaching using sulfuric acid at temperatures of 155–230°C, alkali cracking using a sodium hydroxide solution at 140°C, roasting using sodium carbonate at 900°C, and alkaline fusion using flakes of sodium hydroxide at 400–500°C.

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Optimization of Acid Leaching of Rare-Earth Elements from

Optimization of the acid leaching process for Mongolian apatite-based ore containing rare-earth elements (REEs) was studied. The ore contained approximately 10% of REEs as total rare earth oxides, and the major impurities were Ca (33% as CaO) and Fe (23% as Fe2O3). Fe bearing minerals could be removed by passing the sample through a wet high-intensity magnetic separator before leaching.

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Recovery of Rare Earths and Other Valuable Metals From

potential are the Orbite, the pressure leaching, and the acid baking processes. Keywords Bauxite residue Leaching Rare-earth elements Red mud Roasting Scandium Smelting Introduction Bauxite Residue Bauxite residue (red mud) is a reddish-brown solid waste generated during the production of purified aluminum (oxy) hydroxides from bauxite.

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Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Acid Mine Drainage

the foreground is enriched with rare earth elements. After the metals precipitate, the clear water in the far cells is discharged via a regulated discharge point. Figure 2. Acid mine drainage leaches rare earth elements out of surrounding rock. AMD treatment then causes all metals including rare earth elements

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(PDF) Leaching of rare earth elements with sulfuric acid

Dissolution of rare earth elements from bastnasite ore was studied using different leaching agents such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, acetic acid, citric acid and sodium hydroxide at 70°C

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Toxic and radioactive: The damage from mining rare elements

Securing just one ton of rare earth elements produces 2,000 tons of toxic waste, and has devastated large regions of China, said Günther Hilpert, Head of the Asia Research Division of the German

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Rare-earth element Wikipedia

The rare-earth elements, also called the rare-earth metals or (in context) rare-earth oxides, or the lanthanides (though yttrium and scandium are usually included as rare-earths) are a set of 17 nearly indistinguishable lustrous silvery-white soft heavy metals. Scandium and yttrium are considered rare-earth elements because they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and

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Rare earth elements(REE): industrial technology, smelting

Rare earth carbonate and rare earth chloride are the main primary products in the rare earth industry, and generally speaking, there are currently two main processes for producing these two products. One is concentrated sulfuric acid roasting, the other is the caustic soda method, hereinafter referred to as the alkaline process.

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Extraction of rare earth elements from a contaminated

Rare earth elements (REEs) contamination to the surrounding soil has increased the concerns of health risk to the local residents. Soil washing was first attempted in our study to remediate REEs-contaminated cropland soil using nitric acid, citric acid, and ethylene diamine tetraacetic acid (EDTA) for soil decontamination and possible recovery of REEs.

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Rare earth double sulfates from pre-concentrated

The results of acid baking and leaching indicated that recoveries of rare earth elements up to 90% were readily obtained and the recovery of hydrofluoric acid as a by-product was also possible.

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Novel Method to Retrieve Rare Earth Elements from Acid

Aug 06, 2020  According to researchers at Penn State, a new method for treating acid mine drainage (AMD) could enable the conversion of the environmental pollution issue into a vital domestic source of the critical rare earth elements that are required for the manufacture of technology varying right from smartphones to fighter jets.

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Minerals Free Full-Text Effect of Sulfuric Acid Baking

To improve the recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) from a refractory ore, this study investigated two different chemical decomposition methods, namely sulfuric acid baking and caustic digestion, with their respective leaching processes. The studied lateritic ore contained goethite (FeOOH) as a major constituent with REEs scattered around and forming submicron grains of phosphate minerals

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Sulfuric Acid Leaching of Heavy Rare Earth Elements (HREEs

Oct 16, 2020  There are several ways to extract rare earth metals from their carrier minerals, such as direct leaching using sulfuric acid at temperatures of 155–230°C, alkali cracking using a sodium hydroxide solution at 140°C, roasting using sodium carbonate at 900°C, and alkaline fusion using flakes of sodium hydroxide at 400–500°C.

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Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Acid Mine Drainage

the foreground is enriched with rare earth elements. After the metals precipitate, the clear water in the far cells is discharged via a regulated discharge point. Figure 2. Acid mine drainage leaches rare earth elements out of surrounding rock. AMD treatment then causes all metals including rare earth elements

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(PDF) Leaching of rare earth elements with sulfuric acid

Dissolution of rare earth elements from bastnasite ore was studied using different leaching agents such as sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid, acetic acid, citric acid and sodium hydroxide at 70°C

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Novel Method to Retrieve Rare Earth Elements from Acid

Aug 06, 2020  According to researchers at Penn State, a new method for treating acid mine drainage (AMD) could enable the conversion of the environmental pollution issue into a vital domestic source of the critical rare earth elements that are required for the manufacture of technology varying right from smartphones to fighter jets.

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Rare earth elements(REE): industrial technology, smelting

Rare earth carbonate and rare earth chloride are the main primary products in the rare earth industry, and generally speaking, there are currently two main processes for producing these two products. One is concentrated sulfuric acid roasting, the other is the caustic soda method, hereinafter referred to as the alkaline process.

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RARE EARTH ELEMENTS

Concentrating Rare Earth Elements in Acid Mine Drainage Using Coal Combustion By Products Through Abandoned Mine Land Reclamation..22 Economic Extraction, Recovery, and Upgrading of Rare Earth Elements from Coal- Based

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Rare Earth Elements in Acid Mine Drainage

Rare earth elements geochemistry in AMD solutions is strongly linked to pH, and therefore toAMD neutralization processes. Verplanck et al.(2004) describe that REEs behave conservatively in two acidic streams at pH below 5.1, and partitioned into the solid phases at pH between 5.1 and 6.1. These authors also confirmed these

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Scientists Just Found a Way to Extract Rare-Earth Elements

Mar 06, 2019  In these experiments the researchers were primarily using gluconic acid, found naturally in fruits and honey, to tease out the rare earth elements trapped in the waste. The team hopes the method could be scaled up, which could mean less of a reliance on REE mining, and on the harsh, toxic chemicals usually deployed to extract the elements from

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Rare-earth element Wikipedia

The rare-earth elements, also called the rare-earth metals or (in context) rare-earth oxides, or the lanthanides (though yttrium and scandium are usually included as rare-earths) are a set of 17 nearly indistinguishable lustrous silvery-white soft heavy metals. Scandium and yttrium are considered rare-earth elements because they tend to occur in the same ore deposits as the lanthanides and

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Scientists find efficient way to extract rare earth from

Aug 09, 2020  In their article, the researchers report that using this method, 90% of the aluminum was recovered at a pH of 5 and 85% of rare earth elements were recovered by pH 7.

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Rare Earths: Science, Technology, Production and Use

4.9.4 Lead removal.....65 4.9.5 Actinium removal.....66

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Hydrochloric Acid Leaching Study of Rare Earth Elements

The rare earth analyses done by the ICP-MS technique have shown an overall amount of rare earths (ΣREs) of 228.408 ppm with the existence of yttrium as the major element. 1. Introduction. Rare earth elements (REEs) include the 15 elements of lanthanide group from lanthanum to lutetium, coupled with chemically similar yttrium and infrequently

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WO2018195642A1 Direct oxalate precipitation for rare

The present specification provides a method for the recovery of rare earth elements in aqueous solution. In particular, a direct oxalate precipitation of rare earth elements from aqueous acid solution, comprising treatment with oxalic acid or oxalate solution in the presence of an additive salt is provided.

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