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Recycling salt-cake slag using a resin-based option

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Abstract

A preliminary assessment of the available options to recover soluble salts from salt-cake slag material has been carried out. From limited benchscale experiments, it was demonstrated that in a semicontinuous batchmode operation, about 85% of the chlorides in a one-stage or close to 100% in a multistage series of exhaustion operations can be converted to bicarbonates through an ion-exchange, resin-based option.

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Sheth, A.C., Parks, K.D. & Parthasarathy, S. Recycling salt-cake slag using a resin-based option. JOM 48, 32–37 (1996). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03223022

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Keywords

  • Brine Solution
  • Smelting Operation
  • Secondary Aluminum
  • Aluminum Scrap
  • Slag Material