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Critical and Rare Earth Elements

Recovery from Secondary Resources, 1st Edition

Edited by Abhilash, Ata Akcil

CRC Press

384 pages | 131 B/W Illus.

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This book is aimed to compile the distribution of rare earth elements in various resources with their processing from secondary resources. It includes details of various processes developed for extraction of rare earth elements from varied raw materials ranging from e-wastes, tailings, process wastes and residues. It emphasizes importance of processing of the secondary resources to assist environmental remediation of such untreated wastes and get finished products. It covers all aspects of rare metals and rare earth metals in one volume covering extraction, separation and recycling of secondary resources for extraction of these metals along with relevant case studies.

Table of Contents

1.An overview on recent status of critical and strategic metal production and developments in India

B.D.Pandey, Abhilash and Pratima Meshram

2. Global Outlook On Availability Of Critical Metals And Recycling Prospects From Rechargeable Batteries

Pratima Meshram, B.D.Pandey and Abhilash

3. Effect of Metal Complexation on the Solubility of Rare Earth Compounds

Kenneth N. Han

4. Processing technology for extraction of scandium (III) from secondary sources - A comprehensive approach

Pankaj Kumar Parhi, Saroj Sekhar Behera, Debdutta Das, Pramila Kumari Misra

5. Review of the Recovery of Cobalt from Secondary Resources

Dr. Ugur Ulusoy

6. An overview of extraction schemes for the recovery of erbium

Shivendra Sinha, Abhilash, Pratima Meshram

7. Comprehensive outlook for liquid-liquid separation of Rare Earth Elements

Sujata Mishra

8. Selective recovery of heavy rare earth elements from underutilized resources using adsorbent modified with diglycolamic acid

Takeshi Ogata, Hirokazu Narita, Mikiya Tanaka

9. Selective Separation and Purification of Platinum Group Metals, Rare Earth Elements and Cobalt from Primary and Secondary Sources using a Green Chemistry Molecular Recognition Technology Approach

Steven R. Izatt*, Reed M. Izatt, Ronald L. Bruening, Krzysztof E. Krakowiak, and Neil E. Izatt

10. Design of a Solid Phase Extraction Plant to Purify Rare Earth Elements by High Performance Chelation Chromatography (HPCC)

Richard F. Hammen*, John P. Hammen, Christopher R. Hammen

11. Designing a Process for RE Recycling from Motors through Green Chemistry

Kathleen D. Field, Remya P. Narayanan, Marion H. Emmert

12. Recovery of Ce and La from spent automotive catalytic converters

J.H.L. Voncken

13. A Successful Case Study Of Critical And Rare Earth Elements Recovery From Secondary Resources: The Hydroweee Technology

A. Amatoa, F. Beolchinia, I. Birloagab, I. De Michelisb, V. Innocenzib, F. Vegliòb

 

 

14. Recovery of precious and critical raw materials from end of life photovoltaic panels

Flavia C. S. M. Padoan, Pier Giorgio Schiavi, Ludovica Baldassari, Pietro Altimari, Emanuela Moscardini, Francesca Pagnanelli, Luigi Toro

15. Environmentally and economically sustainable recovery of precious metals and rare earth elements from waste printed circuit boards

R. Khannaa,*, P.S. Mukherjeeb, R. Cayumilc, S. K. Mishrab, S. K. Biswalb, M. Parkd

16. Critical and Rare Earth Elements Recovery from Spent Batteries

Chunwei Liu, Hongbin Cao, Yi Zhang, Zhi Sun*

17. Phosphatic resources: a valuable wealth of rare earths

Dhruva Kumar Singh and Vivekanand Kain

18. Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Coal Fly Ash: A Review

K. Anand Rao and T. Sreenivas

19. Methodologies and Developments in the Analysis of REEs

Nagaphani Kumar Batchua and Mercedes Regadíob

About the Editors

Dr. Abhilash is a Senior Scientist in the Secondaries and Resource Utilization Group of the Council of Scientific and Industrial Research-National Metallurgical Laboratory, Jamshedpur, and Assistant Professor, AcSIR (Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research)-NML, India. He earned a Bachelor’s degree in microbiology from Nagpur (RTM) University, a Postgraduate degree specializing in mineral biotechnology from Bangalore University, and a PhD (Engineering) from Jadavpur University. Dr. Abhilash works in the area of hydrometallurgy, biohydrometallurgy, mineral bio-beneficiation and recycling of secondaries and WEEEs for extraction of base, critical and strategic metal recovery. He has participated in 30 R&D funded projects, has 20 scientific awards, author & co-author in 75 research papers in national & int. journals, 1 authored book, 3 edited books, 2 compendium volumes, 6 book chapters, active editorial board member in 2 peer-reviewed scientific journals, active reviewer in 20 peer-reviewed scientific journals. He is a member of several nationally and internationally recognized societies and professional organizations in the field of microbiology, minerals, metals, materials and environment.

Professor Ata Akcil (PhD-Eng.) is a professionally registered engineer with over 30 years of academic and industrial experience in critical raw materials, hydrometallurgy, environmental mining management, cyanide management and recycling. He has worked and developed hydro-and-bio-hydrometallurgical technologies for precious, base and REEs metal recovery. He is the Head of the Mineral-Metal Recovery and Recycling (MMR&R) Research Group, SDU, Isparta, Turkey. He is also a technical senior expert for critical and strategical raw materials and resource recovery, and member of Operational Group, Euro. Innov. Partnership on Raw Materials (European Commission). His global assignments as coordinator, researcher, consultant, expert, reviewer and examiner have included projects in Europe (Germany, Italy, Romania, Poland, Hungary, Montenegro and Belgium), RSA, Canada, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Jordan, India, Chile, Sweden and Turkey. He has participated in 50 R&D funded projects, has 25 scientific awards, author & co-author in 200 research papers in national & int. journals, 1 book, 10 book chapters, 60 International proceedings papers (5,000 citations; h-index: 30; i10-index: 59), active editorial board member in 5 peer-reviewed scientific journals, active reviewer in 60 peer-reviewed scientific journals. He has evaluated several research proposals (over150 proposals) and peer-reviewed papers (over 1,500 papers) in his area of expertise.

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
SCI013000
SCIENCE / Chemistry / General
TEC021000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Material Science
TEC023000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Metallurgy