chemical used in nickel leaching mineral

nickel. At that, nickel production is the main source of cobalt in recent decades 1. The main method of cobalt extraction from semi-finished product is acid leaching, particularly under high pressure. The leaching with hydrochloric acid, hydrogen nitrate and ammonia is also used

  • Electrometallurgy Oxidized nickelcobaltcontaining

    Electrometallurgy Oxidized nickelcobaltcontaining

    nickel. At that, nickel production is the main source of cobalt in recent decades 1. The main method of cobalt extraction from semi-finished product is acid leaching, particularly under high pressure. The leaching with hydrochloric acid, hydrogen nitrate and ammonia is also used

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  • Chemical Durability of Bituminous Geomembranes in

    Chemical Durability of Bituminous Geomembranes in

    Heap leaching is a process extracting valuable minerals from mine of rocks by using various chemical solutions (Thiel and Smith 2004). This process can be used to extract gold, silver, nitrates, uranium, nickel, copper and other types of minerals (Abdelaal et al. 2011).

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  • STIMULATION OF CHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL LEACHING

    STIMULATION OF CHEMICAL AND ELECTROCHEMICAL LEACHING

    The experimental studies into stimulation of chemical and electrochemical leaching of gold from rebellious concentrates by ultrasound are presented. From the assessed efficiency of saturation of chloride solutions with electrochemically activated chlorine and the analysis of change in the surface morphology and in the composition of elements, phases and particle sizes in concentrates, the ...

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  • Concept for a Hydrometallurgical Processing of a Copper

    Concept for a Hydrometallurgical Processing of a Copper

    Mar 11, 2020 In all experiments, chemicals of analytical quality are used. Table 3. Metal contents of the generic solutions analyzed with ICP-OES. ... The following parameters are used for the leaching 1.5 sulfuric acid excess, 23 copper sulfate excess, ... a generic solution containing cobalt and nickel was used.

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  • Atmospheric acid leaching of nickel copper matte from

    Atmospheric acid leaching of nickel copper matte from

    The material used in this study was a Ni-Cu matte from Impala Platinum Refinery. The chemical composition of the matte is shown in Table I. The principal phases present in the matte were heazlewoodite (Ni3S2), chalcocite (Cu2S), djurleite (Cu1.9S) and nickel alloy. The leaching

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  • Nickel processing Extraction and refining Britannica

    Nickel processing Extraction and refining Britannica

    Various processes are used to treat nickel matte. One process is the ammonia pressure leach, in which nickel is recovered from solution using hydrogen reduction, and the sulfur is recovered as ammonium sulfate for use as fertilizer.In another, the matte may be roasted to produce high-grade nickel oxides these are subjected to a pressure leach, and the solution is electro- and carbonyl refined.

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  • Refining of Nickel Copper Cobalt Mattes by Pressure

    Refining of Nickel Copper Cobalt Mattes by Pressure

    Jun 05, 2020 The chemistry of leaching sulphidic materials in ammonia solutions with air has been discussed in detail in earlier publications. Nickel, copper and cobalt are oxidized and pass into solution as metal ammine sulphates, while iron is oxidized and remains as an insoluble hydrated oxide.

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  • Nonferrous metallurgical processing Lhoist Minerals

    Nonferrous metallurgical processing Lhoist Minerals

    Sulfuric acid is used to leach uranium from certain ore types, often together with an oxidant such as ferric iron. Such leaching occurs either in situ, in heaps or in agitated tanks.After uranium recovery from solution (typically by solvent extraction) the residual, acidic solution bleed requires neutralization and treatment to remove the dissolved metals.

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  • Designing Heap Leaching for Nickel Production that

    Designing Heap Leaching for Nickel Production that

    leaching. method . is used. in laboratory scale. for extracting the . nickel . from . laterite . mineral . using sulfuric acid and . hydrochloric acid. The resul. t. of the first step research is. the . higher the acid concentration used will be the more . concentration of nickel produced in the Pregnant Leach .

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  • Atmospheric acid leaching of nickel copper matte from

    Atmospheric acid leaching of nickel copper matte from

    The material used in this study was a Ni-Cu matte from Impala Platinum Refinery. The chemical composition of the matte is shown in Table I. The principal phases present in the matte were heazlewoodite (Ni3S2), chalcocite (Cu2S), djurleite (Cu1.9S) and nickel alloy. The leaching

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  • Acid extraction of molybdenum nickel and cobalt from

    Acid extraction of molybdenum nickel and cobalt from

    The optimal leaching conditions were a three-stage successive leaching at 80 C with a leaching time of 2 h and S/L ratio of 0.25 g L(-1). Under these conditions, the achieved mineral sludge sample leaching yields were 85.5%, 40.5% and 93.8% for Mo, Ni and Co, respectively.

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  • Selective leaching of nickel from prereduced limonitic

    Selective leaching of nickel from prereduced limonitic

    increase of leaching temperature, and the ensuing dehydration, transformed goethite in the leaching residue to hematite. When the temperatures were as high as 180 C, the recovery of nickel increased to 95.2%, within one hour, depressing the residual soluble iron to

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  • Enhanced methods for nickel recovery from lowgrade ores

    Enhanced methods for nickel recovery from lowgrade ores

    Here, chemical separation is used chemicals are added to make some minerals repel water, allowing the minerals to float to the surface, this froth is then removed designed to remove copper concentrate. The second stage of froth flotation produces a nickel concentrate of 10-20% Ni, along with other by-products and gangue.

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  • HEAP LEACHING TECHNIQUE in MINING SDIMI

    HEAP LEACHING TECHNIQUE in MINING SDIMI

    Leaching is a physico-chemical process where minerals in rock masses . go through. dissolution under percolating water. and anion/cation exchange reactions . to generate metal salts in solute/colloid phase that migrate and accumulate . under hydrological forces. Lateritic ore deposits, the major resources of aluminum, nickel, platinum, cobalt ...

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  • FPX Nickel Achieves Recoveries up to 995 in Production

    FPX Nickel Achieves Recoveries up to 995 in Production

    Jan 07, 2020 Vancouver, January 7, 2020 FPX Nickel Corp. (FPX-TSX.V) (FPX Nickel or the Company) is pleased to report that successful leach testing of high-grade nickel concentrates from its 100%-owned Decar Nickel District (the Project) has confirmed nickel recoveries up to 99.5% in producing a high-concentration nickel-cobalt chemical solution suitable for the electric vehicle ...

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  • Efficient Synchronous Extraction of Nickel Copper and

    Efficient Synchronous Extraction of Nickel Copper and

    Jun 18, 2020 After 600 C, the leaching yield of Ni, Cu, and Co are all show the downward trend, and the decreasing trend of leaching yield of nickel is particularly sensitive to temperature.

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  • Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to

    Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to

    Sep 13, 2020 This accelerated CO 2 sequestration occurs by targeting a highly reactive mineral, brucite (Mg (OH) 2 ), in the tailings. In the second experiment, the investigators simulated a heap leaching ...

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  • Nonferrous metallurgical processing Lhoist Minerals

    Nonferrous metallurgical processing Lhoist Minerals

    Sulfuric acid is used to leach uranium from certain ore types, often together with an oxidant such as ferric iron. Such leaching occurs either in situ, in heaps or in agitated tanks.After uranium recovery from solution (typically by solvent extraction) the residual, acidic solution bleed requires neutralization and treatment to remove the dissolved metals.

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  • Direct and Indirect BioLeaching of Co and Ni from an

    Direct and Indirect BioLeaching of Co and Ni from an

    other host minerals, the strong bond between oxygen and ferric iron should be broken 1, 5, and 6. Regarding the disadvantages of the traditional methods used for extraction of nickel and cobalt from laterite ores (e.g. pyrohydrometallurgy and hydrometallurgy), bio-leaching has recently gained more attention in mineral processing.

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  • Chemical Enrichment of Nickel Sulfide

    Chemical Enrichment of Nickel Sulfide

    Methods of oxidizing autoclave leaching were widely used in industry 2. In Norilsk, the process includes 1 autoclave leaching of pyrrhotite concentrate with the subsequent cementation of nickel, cobalt and copper from the solutions with an iron powder. Methods of oxidizing autoclave leaching with the subsequent nonferrous -

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  • The leaching and adsorption behaviour of gold ores

    The leaching and adsorption behaviour of gold ores

    from the dissociation of the complex is used to leach gold from the ore. The stepwise dissociation of cyanide from copper-cyanide complexes can also be used to leach gold from a variety of oxide and sulphide ores. The copper cyanides fourth ligand readily dissociates at low cyanide concentrations for use in gold leaching.

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  • XRay mapping and the mineralogy pattern of nickel

    XRay mapping and the mineralogy pattern of nickel

    carbonates, 26.9% quartz, 4.8% chromite, 2.7% magnetite and 1.9% other minerals. EDS line profile analyses were completed on hematite/goethite ooids and there was a slight correlation in the quantities between iron and nickel in each individual ooid. However, iron and nickel do not always show a positive correlation. Nickel grade could

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  • Chemical Enrichment of Nickel Sulfide

    Chemical Enrichment of Nickel Sulfide

    Methods of oxidizing autoclave leaching were widely used in industry 2. In Norilsk, the process includes 1 autoclave leaching of pyrrhotite concentrate with the subsequent cementation of nickel, cobalt and copper from the solutions with an iron powder. Methods of oxidizing autoclave leaching with the subsequent nonferrous -

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  • Acid leaching of nickel from dunite rock

    Acid leaching of nickel from dunite rock

    any definite nickel bearing minerals, (iii) variability of mineral, and hence chemical content, thus requiring a technique l-rhich does not demand a rigid feed analysis, and (iv) high water content, both free and chemically bound, which may be up to 40% of the total ore weig4t. To date four basic techniques have been used to

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  • Pressure Acid Leaching of Nickel Laterites A Review

    Pressure Acid Leaching of Nickel Laterites A Review

    Mar 26, 2008 Abstract. A review of the literature over the past 30 years on the processing of nickel laterites by high temperature acid leaching has been carried out to provide a better understanding of the mineralogy, leaching process chemistry and effect of operating conditions on nickel recovery, residue properties and scaling.

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  • Extraction of nickel and copper from the ammoniacal leach

    Extraction of nickel and copper from the ammoniacal leach

    Extraction of copper, nickel and cobalt from the leach liquor of manganese-bearing sea nodules using LIX 984N and ACORGA M5640. Minerals Engineering 2011, 24 (8) , 959-962.

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  • Selective leaching of nickel from prereduced limonitic

    Selective leaching of nickel from prereduced limonitic

    SELECTIVE LEACHING OF NICKEL FROM PREREDUCED LIMONITIC LATERITE UNDER MODERATE HPAL CONDITIONS- P art I D issolution Y. Changa, K. Zhaoa, B. Peib* a Northeastern University, School of Metallurgy, Shenyang, P.R. China bUniversity of Idaho, Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering, Moscow, ID, USA (Received 02 November 2015 accepted 09 October 2016)

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  • Geotechnical properties of nickel laterite heap leached

    Geotechnical properties of nickel laterite heap leached

    Lateritic ore can undergo dramatic physical and chemical changes during months of leaching and rinsing, with weight loss of 15 to 25% and acid consumption of 150 to 500 kg per tonne of ore. For dynamic heaps, the spent ore is disposed of in a dump, often comingled with the plant residue.

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  • Contamination of Groundwater USGS

    Contamination of Groundwater USGS

    Mar 02, 2019 Enters environment from old mining operations runoff and leaching into groundwater, fossil-fuel combustion, cement-plant emissions, mineral leaching, and waste incineration. Used in metal plating and as a cooling-tower water additive. Chromium III is a nutritionally essential element.

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  • Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to

    Accelerated carbonation of mining waste may be used to

    Sep 13, 2020 This accelerated CO 2 sequestration occurs by targeting a highly reactive mineral, brucite (Mg (OH) 2 ), in the tailings. In the second experiment, the investigators simulated a heap leaching ...

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  • CNLITE Ecofriendly Gold Leaching Chemicals

    CNLITE Ecofriendly Gold Leaching Chemicals

    CNLITE eco-friendly gold leaching chemical is a kind of leaching reagent that can replace sodium cyanide without changing the original equipment and cyanide process. Compared with the traditional leaching agent, CNLITE eco-friendly gold leaching reagent can truly achieve targets of green and environmental protection with no pollution.

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  • Mining and Mining Chemicals

    Mining and Mining Chemicals

    We specialise in mining chemicals for flotation, mineral processing, solvent and metal extraction and leaching processes, and provide application expertise, leading on-site technical support and logistics services to optimize our customers mining operations. InterChems capability also extends to other areas in the mining sector, including ...

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  • XRay mapping and the mineralogy pattern of nickel

    XRay mapping and the mineralogy pattern of nickel

    carbonates, 26.9% quartz, 4.8% chromite, 2.7% magnetite and 1.9% other minerals. EDS line profile analyses were completed on hematite/goethite ooids and there was a slight correlation in the quantities between iron and nickel in each individual ooid. However, iron and nickel do not always show a positive correlation. Nickel grade could

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  • Nickel sustainability Brazilian Nickel advances Piau237

    Nickel sustainability Brazilian Nickel advances Piau237

    Feb 22, 2021 Brazilian Nickel (BN) announced the final phase of a Bankable Feasibility Study (BFS) at its 100% owned Piau nickel-cobalt laterite project, north-east of Brazil, o n 18 February, 2021.. The project has a Joint Ore Reserves Committee (JORC) compliant mineral resource of 72Mt of ore at 1.0% Ni and 0.05% Co. The operation has a planned average annual nickel and cobalt output of 25kt and

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  • How is Sodium Cyanide Consumed during Gold Cyanidation

    How is Sodium Cyanide Consumed during Gold Cyanidation

    Aug 21, 2020 Sodium cyanide is the most commonly used leaching chemical in gold extraction process. According to theoretical calculation, leaching 1 gram of gold only requires 0.5 grams of sodium cyanide. However, in most gold cyanidation plants, the consumption of cyanide is high, which is 50-100 times higher than the theoretical calculation.

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  • Overview of Extraction of MineralMetals with the Help

    Overview of Extraction of MineralMetals with the Help

    metals/minerals, geofluid can be used for the extraction of water soluble minerals as well as precious metals. For example- 1. The use of geothermal fluid in heap leaching for Silver and Gold extraction USA for use of geothermal in Round Mountain Gold and the Florida Canyon Mine. (Trexler., et al 1990) 2.

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