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Recovering rare earth elements from phosphogypsum using a resin-in-leach process: Selection of resin, leaching agent, and eluent
Phosphogypsum (PG) is an attractive secondary raw material for rare earth elements (REEs) because it is abundant and contains significant amounts of REEs. Herein, the resin-in-leach (RIL) process for REE recovery from PG ...
Synthesis of hydrometallurgical processes for valorization of secondary raw materials using ant colony optimization and key performance indicators
An algorithm-based method for synthesis of hydrometallurgical processes using limited amounts of experimental data is presented. The method enables simultaneous selection and sequencing of unit operations and optimization ...
Polyethylenimine-modified chitosan materials for the recovery of La(III) from leachates of bauxite residue
The separation and recovery of rare earth elements (REEs) from leachates of bauxite residue has attracted increasing attention. Yet, the characteristics of bauxite residue leachates (low pH, low concentration of REEs, and ...
Electrochemical leaching of rare-earth elements from spent NdFeB magnets
Spent NdFeB magnets are highly appealing secondary resources for rare earth elements (REEs), especially for Nd. The goal of this study was to investigate electrochemical leaching of Fe and rare earths from NdFeB magnets ...