Electrometallurgy 2012 by Michael L. Free, Michael Moats, Georges Houlachi, Edouard

By Michael L. Free, Michael Moats, Georges Houlachi, Edouard Asselin, Antoine Allanore, Jim Yurko, Shijie Wang

Court cases of a symposium subsidized via The Metallurgy and fabrics Society of CIM and the Hydrometallurgy and Electrometallurgy Committee of the Extraction and Processing department of TMS (The Minerals, Metals & fabrics Society)
Held through the TMS 2012 Annual assembly & Exhibition Orlando, Florida, united states, March 11-15, 2012Content:

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D. G. Robinson) (2007), 195-242. 3. T. Robinson, W. Davenport, M. Moats, G. Karcas, S. Demetrio, "Electrolytic Copper Electrowinning - 2007 World Tankhouse Operating Data," In Copper - Cobre 2007 International Conference - Vol. V (Eds. E. D. G. Robinson) (2007), 375-424. 4. S. Sandoval, P. Cook, C. Morales, and T. Robinson, "Demonstration of the Ferrous/Ferric Anode Reaction for Copper Electrowinning," In Copper 2010 Proceedings, (GDMB), 4, (2010), 1617-1634. 5. S. Sandoval, C. Clayton, S. Dominguez, C.

Such byproducts and wastes include lead oxide, manganese oxide, and acid mist. We have been developing the anodes for energy-efficient and environmentally friendly electrowinning processes [1-11]. The development has been successfully done with the invention of the smart anode, MSA M (Morimitsu Smart Anode) [1-5], which has low polarization for the main reaction and high polarization for the side reaction, in which the main reaction is oxygen or chlorine evolution, while the side reaction is the anodic deposition of each or both of lead oxide, manganese oxide, and cobalt oxide.

D. Muzhzhavlev, S. P. Kostrev, V. I. Schegolev, A. B. Ivanov, O. N. Romanenko, V. D. Yazev, and A. V. Patent 4058448, 1977. 10. J. Evans, "The Evolution of Technology for Light Metals over the Last 50 Years: Al, Mg, and Li," J. Metals, 59, (2007). 11. O. Wallevik, K. Amundsen, A. Faucher, and T. Mellerud, "Magnesium Electrolysis Monopolar Viewpoint", in Kaplan H I, Hryn J and Clow, Magnesium Technology 2000, Nashville, TN, TMS Annual Meeting (2000). 12. H. B. Engseth, B. Langseth, T. Mellerud, and O.

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