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, Volume 28, Issue 7, pp 9–14 | Cite as

The cupric chloride hydrometallurgical process for copper recovery from scrap

  • Stanley H. Langer
  • Thomas D. Kaun
  • Michael A. Nametz
Copper Technology
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Abstract

Process variables, including impurity control, are described for a promising scrap reclamation technique.

Keywords

Shape Memory Effect Electrolysis Cell Leach Solution Copper Recovery Cupric Chloride 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Stanley H. Langer
  • Thomas D. Kaun
  • Michael A. Nametz

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