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Characterization and process development for the selective

The common way of processing anode slime is split into three steps, including pretreatment, concentration and refining. In the first step, out in industrial plants, for keeping the copper losses at a minimum level. The chemical analysis of the Finland 4.2 0.9 7.7 n.m. 3.3 1.5 4.9 5.1 n.m. 5.3 [4]

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PROCESSING OF COPPER ANODE-SLIMES FOR EXTRACTION

PROCESSING OF COPPER ANODE-SLIMES FOR EXTRACTION OF METAL VALUES Received March 5, 2002, reviewed, accepted May 28, 2002 Processing of anodic slimes from an Egyptian copper electrorefining plant, exhibiting high contents of copper, lead, tin and silver has been presented. the leaching rate of copper from anode slime by oxygenated 0.5 M

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Processing of Copper Anode-Slimes for Extraction of Metal

Anode slime is one of the important secondary resources of copper, which is obtained as a by-product during electrolytic refining of copper due to the settling of more noble metals such as gold

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Processing of copper electrorefining anode slime: a review

Jul 18, 2013· Abstract. Anode slime is the insoluble product deposited at the bottom of the electrorefining tank during electrorefining of copper. It generally contains Cu, Ni, Se, Te, Ag, Au, platinum group metals (PGM), Pb, Ba, Fe, etc. Owing to the presence of valuable metals and metalloids in the anode slime, numerous approaches have been made by the researchers to extract them following

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US4352786A Treatment of copper refinery anode slime

A process for the removal of lead content in anode slime by subjecting the latter to primary and secondary leach in a medium of an ammonium acetate solution at a temperature not exceeding 80° C. Whereby lead dissolution is maximized and other metals are minimized. Separate the leach solution from the undissolved slime residue, crystallize lead from the separated leach solution and recover the

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Characterization and process development for the selective

The common way of processing anode slime is split into three steps, including pretreatment, concentration and refining. In the first step, out in industrial plants, for keeping the copper losses at a minimum level. The chemical analysis of the Finland 4.2 0.9 7.7 n.m. 3.3 1.5 4.9 5.1 n.m. 5.3 [4]

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Copper Plant 2 DOBERSEK

• Copper electrolytic refining with permanent cathode technology • Anode slime treatment to Doré metal This classic technology is completed with modern dust, gas and water treatment systems which ac-cord to world and European standards. The new copper plant

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New hydrometallurgical process of copper anode slimes at

The copper anode slime treatment plant started by Nippon Mining & Metals processes slimes in a chloride media (Toraiwa and Abe 2000). The process has a wet chlorination stage of decopperised

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Recycling Technology Aurubis

Anode slime processing. The anode slimes from the Aurubis copper tankhouses are processed together with the rich lead from the lead refinery in the precious metal production plant. With Aurubis’ modern, environmentally friendly precious metal production facilities, the company covers a wide range of feed materials rich in precious metals.

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for recovery Hydrometallurgical

Hydrometallurgical processing of anode slime for recovery of valuable metals J. BISWAS', R.K.JANA', V. KUMAR', P. DASGUPTA', M. BANDYOPADHYAY2 and S.K.SANYALZ 'National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur-831007 ZJadavpur University, Calcutta-700032 ABSTRACT The anode slime obtained from Indian Copper Complex, Ghatsila was

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Copper Anode Slime Recovery-Copper- Metalcess

Anode slime is a byproduct from copper or lead electro-refining process. The copper/lead anode slime usually contain As, Sb, Bi and precious metals like gold and silver. Smelter of anode slime is most likely divided into two groups by the two different recovery processes based on its property and treatment capacity, i.e. pyrometallurgy and

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Copper Smelting and Refining Process Pan Pacific Copper

Slime generated in the electrolytic refining process contains precious and rare metals such as gold, silver, slenium, tellurium, etc. These precious and rare metals are recovered through processes in the slime treatment plant. The powdered gold from the slime treatment plant is melted and cast into ingots.

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Recycling of copper telluride from copper anode slime

Sep 01, 2020· In the present study, a complete process for efficient recovery of tellurium and copper from copper telluride out of copper anode slime processing has been developed. The process is comprised of two main procedures of oxidizing alkaline leaching for Cu Te separation, and neutralization of alkaline leaching solution for TeO 2 precipitation.

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The treatment of copper refinery anode slimes SpringerLink

Up to10%cash back· There are numerous viable approaches to the treatment of anode slimes from electrolytic copper refining. Of particular interest in the treatment of slimes are the behavior and recovery of selenium. The understanding of the process chemistry involved in the treatment of anode slimes should be aided considerably by recent work on the formation and characterization of slimes.

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Five arrested for smuggling anode slime from Sterlite

Jun 22, 2013· The copper smeltering plant processes copper from copper anodes while turning them into cathodes and anode slime is produced as the by-product in the process.

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MECHANIZATION OF INCO'S COPPER CLIFF COPPER REFINERY

Jan 01, 1990· MECHANIZATION OF INCO'S COPPER CLIFF COPPER REFINERY TANKHOUSE A.L. Cnithers and E.W. Hodkin Inco Limited Copper Refinery Copper Cliff, Ontario, CANADA ABSTRACT INCO's Copper Cliff Copper Refinery was originally constructed in 1930 to refine blister copper produced as a by-product from the Ontario Division nickel production operation.

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Mining Process Konkola Copper Mines Plc

The main refinery at Nkana uses electrolysis to process copper anodes to LME A grade copper cathodes. It has been expanded to accommodate the increased anode production from the Nchanga smelter. The Nchanga Tailings Leach Plant (TLP), one of the largest of its kind in the world, processes tailings from the Nchanga concentrators and stockpiled

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Processing of copper electrorefining anode slime: a review

Anode slime is the insoluble product deposited at the bottom of the electrorefining tank during electrorefining of copper. It generally contains Cu, Ni, Se, Te, Ag, Au, platinum group metals (PGM), Pb, Ba, Fe, etc. Owing to the presence of valuable metals and metalloids in the anode slime, numerous approaches have been made by the researchers to extract them following pyro-, pyrohydro

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Precious Metals Plant Metso Outotec

The Metso Outotec Precious Metals Plant is commonly used for treating copper anode slime for precious metals recovery and refining. It can also be used for other similar materials such as lead anode slime and other materials containing precious metals.

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Characterization and process development for the selective

The common way of processing anode slime is split into three steps, including pretreatment, concentration and refining. In the first step, out in industrial plants, for keeping the copper losses at a minimum level. The chemical analysis of the Finland 4.2 0.9 7.7 n.m. 3.3 1.5 4.9 5.1 n.m. 5.3 [4]

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New hydrometallurgical process of copper anode slimes at

The copper anode slime treatment plant started by Nippon Mining & Metals processes slimes in a chloride media (Toraiwa and Abe 2000). The process has a wet chlorination stage of decopperised

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Precious Metals Plant Metso Outotec

The Metso Outotec Precious Metals Plant is commonly used for treating copper anode slime for precious metals recovery and refining. It can also be used for other similar materials such as lead anode slime and other materials containing precious metals.

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Primary Copper Smelter and Refinery as a Recycling Plant—A

The primary production of sulfide concentrates includes smelting to copper matte or blister copper, conversion of matte to blister copper, and refining to copper. Smelting, converting, and fire-refining can use a limited amount of secondary materials. Molten copper can effectively dissolve many metals, from valuable noble metals to harmful impurities such as bismuth.

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Processing of copper electrorefining anode slime: a review

Anode slime is the insoluble product deposited at the bottom of the electrorefining tank during electrorefining of copper. It generally contains Cu, Ni, Se, Te, Ag, Au, platinum group metals (PGM), Pb, Ba, Fe, etc. Owing to the presence of valuable metals and metalloids in the anode slime, numerous approaches have been made by the researchers to extract them following pyro-, pyrohydro

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Characteristics of anode slime obtained from secondary

Characteristics of anode slime obtained from second ary copper anodes with high Ni content R. Markovi 1, B. Friedrich 2, J. Stevanovi 3, B. Jugovi 4, M. Dimitrijevi 5, V. Gardi 1, Z.Stevanovi 1 1 Mining and Metallurgy Institute Bor, Zeleni buleva r 35, 19210 Bor, Serbia 2 IME Process Metallurgy and Metal Recycling, RWTH Aa chen University,Intzestrasse 3,

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Mining Process Konkola Copper Mines Plc

The main refinery at Nkana uses electrolysis to process copper anodes to LME A grade copper cathodes. It has been expanded to accommodate the increased anode production from the Nchanga smelter. The Nchanga Tailings Leach Plant (TLP), one of the largest of its kind in the world, processes tailings from the Nchanga concentrators and stockpiled

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Recovering gold from anode slimes using a green extractant

Anode slime also contains large amounts of residual copper, which greatly exceed the amount of gold in the material. Hence, a powerful separation technique is required to selectively recover the economically valuable gold. Chloride leaching of anode slimes is generally considered as being the preferred method of gold extraction from anode slimes.

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Five arrested for smuggling anode slime from Sterlite

Jun 22, 2013· The copper smeltering plant processes copper from copper anodes while turning them into cathodes and anode slime is produced as the by-product in the process.

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MECHANIZATION OF INCO'S COPPER CLIFF COPPER REFINERY

Jan 01, 1990· MECHANIZATION OF INCO'S COPPER CLIFF COPPER REFINERY TANKHOUSE A.L. Cnithers and E.W. Hodkin Inco Limited Copper Refinery Copper Cliff, Ontario, CANADA ABSTRACT INCO's Copper Cliff Copper Refinery was originally constructed in 1930 to refine blister copper produced as a by-product from the Ontario Division nickel production operation.

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OutOtec HydrOmetallurgical Nickel PlaNts aNd PrOcesses

anode slime produced in an electrorefining plant. This type of precious metals recovery consists of leaching and alternative Outotec ® Kaldo Furnace and Outotec TROF Converter steps, as well as steps to recover silver, gold, PGM and platinum metals. Another way to recover precious metals is further treat-

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Primary Copper Smelter and Refinery as a Recycling Plant—A

copper to anodes (>99% Cu) removes dissolved gases and some metallic impurities. The aim of final electrolytic refining is to produce cathodes with a maximum of 65 ppm metallic impurities. The main process stages to recover valuable elements and remove excess impurities are anode slime treatment and electrolyte purification.

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PRESSURE LEACHING OF DECOPPERIZED COPPER

The processing of copper anode slimes is an additional economic driver for copper electrorefineries, due to the fact that slimes contain precious metals such as silver, gold and platinum group metals (PGMs) (e.g. Pt and Pd) as well as base metals like copper, nickel, selenium, tellurium and impurity elements such as lead, antimony and bismuth.

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Gold refining by solvent extraction—the Minataur™ Process

During the past year, two pilot-plant campaigns were carried out in which 5 kg/d of high-purity gold was produced from silver-refining anode slime and from gold-electrowinning cathode sludge. Following the success of these trials, the first full-scale gold refinery to use this process has recently been commissioned. This refinery, at Randgold’s