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Phase Transfer Extraction of Copper, Silver and Gold

  • D. Max Roundhill
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Part of the Modern Inorganic Chemistry book series (MICE)

Abstract

These three coinage metals are grouped together because of the similarities of their chemistries and because each of them has a high commercial value. These metals have long been recognized for their high electrical conductivities and their ease of manipulation in manufacturing processes. In addition, both silver and gold have been used in jewelry. Copper is also used in the manufacture of bronzes, brass, other copper alloys and ammunition. Previously the metal has been used for water pipes and as a roofing material in buildings. Silver is used for plating other metal surfaces in addition to being used as a photographic material. Gold is also used for plating metals and as a decorative metal. These metals are also used as alloys, including those alloys that are comprised of all three of them together.

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Cyanide Complex Ammoniacal Solution Polymethylene Chain Amidoxime Group Tetrabutyl Ammonium Hydrogen Sulfate 
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  • D. Max Roundhill
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