The Recovery of Metallic Mercury
Liquid mercury is recovered from its partial amalgam with copper by heating to the dissociation temperature and condensing the vapor on the walls of a reactor vessel. The technique has been used to recover small quantities of isotopically enriched mercury.
KeywordsReactor Vessel Copper Surface Copper Substrate Isomeric State Chromic Acid
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