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This process also employ a chloride enhanced oxidative pressure leach in a controlled amount of acid designed to convert the copper to a basic copper sulfate salt, the iron to haematite and sulfur to elemental sulfur.
Sulfide oxidation chemistry is similar to the CESL process. Total Pressure Oxidation The total pressure oxidation uses water as the leach medium and converts most of the sulfide sulfur to copper sulfate and sulfuric acid King et al.
Reground concentrates is slurried in acidic recycle solution and pumped into the first compartment of an autoclave operated at — oC, with sparked oxygen to maintain kPa of over pressure.
Basic iron sulfate hydroniumjarosite is a significant co-product which will collect silver and other monovalent cation.
Schematic drawing of the column leach apparatus Dresher, 2. Brisa Process Brisa process is based on bioleaching by indirect mechanism which involves two separate biological and chemical stages.
This was constructed in a stirred reactor containing dilute sulfuric acid into which air is blown, hydrothermophilic microorganism which operate at a temperature between 60oC and 90oC are used.
Leaching of chalcopyrite concentrate is complete within 10 days Dresher, Carbon dioxide is obtained from ambient air, nutrients are added to the leach liquor and retention time is about 30 days.
The plant employs moderate thermophilic to oxidize the sulfides followed by conventional SX-EW to recover the contained copper, which achieved recovery rate of Dissolution Kinetic Studies on Chalcopyrite Ores Various reported works on the dissolution kinetics and solvent extraction of copper from chalcopyrite ores are discussed thus.
It is important to note that limited data in this area of research from Nigeria origin has been documented Olubambi et al. These authors did not address some kinetic parameters such as activation energy Eareaction order, Arrhenius constant etc. A study reported by Lu studied the effect of chloride ions on the dissolution of the mineral in oxygenated acid solution and they concluded that the presence of sodium chloride NaCl in the leaching solution promoted the formation of porous sulphur layer, favouring the diffusion of the leaching reagents through the film product of the reaction continuation in the surface of the mineral.
He suggested that NaCl act on the elemental sulphur layer and also on the solubility of copper complexes in the reaction system with aim to improving the copper extraction from the sulfide mineral in a relatively short time with low operation cost, taking into consideration the influence of a cationic surfactant.
The result of the electro-leaching process shared that extraction of copper in the presence of surfactant cation CTAB had an increased extraction compared to the results of the one without CTAB. The test shows evidence that the electro-leaching process makes possible the production of chlorate ion that dissolves the copper sulphides releasing copper ion to solution, which are simultaneously reduced in the cathode surface.
The results of this study have shown that sulfuric acid leaching in the presence of hydrogen peroxide is an effective route for copper and zinc recovery from Nigerian complex sulfide ore.
The dissolution process in the presence of H2O2 has been investigated by both Jiang et al. The dissolution take place in two reaction stages; viz: When the very reactive sulfide radical from H2O2 comes in contact with the highly reactive sulfide mineral, elemental sulfur is formed. Based on this, several works in terms of theories and hypothesis have been proposed.
Those intermediate products that proceed from the solid state transformation favour the solubilization of cations from the crystal lattice at different rates. The models assume that the chemical reaction does not take place on the interface but across the thickness of the reaction phase.
The proposal by Ammou-Chokroum et al. The thickness of that layer would be the result of two opposite reactions viz; the formation of a copper passive layer because of the slower diffusion of copper than iron in solid state obeying a parabolic law and the dissolution of the passivating layer according to a linear law in which a porous film of elemental sulfur is formed.
They consider that the limiting step of the chalcopyrite dissolution with ferric ion is the transport of electrons needed for the cathode reduction reaction through an insulating layer of elemental sulfur.
In this model, elemental sulfur formed established a physical barrier between the anodic and cathodic zone, limiting the redox reaction of chalcopyrite leaching. According to Abraitis et al.Application of Data Mining in Bioinformatics As discussed bioinformatics is an increasingly data rich industry and thus using data mining techniques helps to propose proactive research within specific fields of the biomedical industry.
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Chalcopyrite ores are usually processed by means of hydrometallurgical or pyrometallurgical processes, but due to environmental aspects and the possibility of increased exploitation of mixed and lower grade ores and relatively small isolated deposits, there has been a worldwide upsurge of interest in the hydrometallurgical processes of this ore as compared to pyrometallurgy.
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