Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Kolesnikov, A.V., Gidrometallurgiya tsinka (ochistka rastvorov i elektroliz) (hydrometallurgy of zinc (solution purification and electrolysis))

Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Kolesnikov, A.V., Gidrometallurgiya tsinka... ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 3, p. 513. Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2007. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2007, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 3, p. 516. BOOK REVIEWS Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Kolesnikov, A.V., Gidrometallurgiya tsinka (ochistka rastvorov i elektroliz) (Hydrometallurgy of Zinc (Solution Purification and Electrolysis)) Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2006, 176 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427207030354 The metallurgy of zinc has been developing in various factors on the cementation, the technology of the last decade under conditions of degrading quality cementation, and the apparatus used in the process. of the raw materials being processed, growing cost of The second part of the book (pp. 102 169) contains fuel and electric power, and increasing stringency of evidence on electrolysis of sulfate zinc-containing environmental requirements. The resulting rise in the solutions after their purification. It describes cathodic production cost requires cardinal improvement of and anodic processes and the effect of impurities of the technologies employed in the zinc subindustry. metal ions, chloride and fluoride anions, and organic The book by L.A. Kazanbaev and co-authors dis- substances on electrolysis parameters and quality of cusses two key issues of the hydrometallurgy of zinc: metallic zinc. The technology of electrolysis, equip- purification of solutions formed in leaching of zinc- ment employed, remelting of cathodic zinc, and containing raw materials (fired zinc concentrates and manufacture of zinc alloys are discussed in detail. All other kinds of oxidized raw materials) and the theory the descriptions of the technological part are mostly and practice of solution electrolysis to give commer- based on the experience of operation of Chelyabinsk cial zinc and various zinc-based alloys. zinc plant. The brief introduction (pp. 3 19) presents general The introduction and two other parts of the book evidence concerning the physicochemical and mech- are provided with bibliographic lists. In some cases, anical properties of zinc, fields of its application, and references to publications could be more specific, with composition of zinc concentrates processed at domest- indication of the original works, rather than mono- ic and foreign plants, and gives the most characteristic graphs devoted to metallurgy of zinc. The book by results of solution purification to remove impurities Kazanbaev and co-authors has a production-techno- prior to electrolysis. A considerable proportion of zinc logical orientation. The way in which theoretical sec- (30 to 50% of the whole amount of the metal con- tions explaining the cementation (pp. 28 49) and sumed) is expended for zinc-plating of iron. The con- electrolysis (pp. 103 115) processes are included in sumption of zinc steadily grows and its application the book invites some critical remarks concerning fields become wider. the terminology used. The whole amount of the neces- The first part of the book (pp. 20 101) analyzes sary electrochemical evidence could be presented preparation of zinc-containing solutions for electrol- in a simpler manner in a production-oriented book. ysis: purification of the solutions to remove metallic Similarly to other books published by Ruda i and nonmetallic impurities. The classical flowsheet of Metally Publishing House, the book by Kazanbaev this process envisages a stage-by-stage purification by and co-authors is distinguished by high polygraphic hydrolytic, chemical, and cementation methods. The main attention is given by the authors to the cementa- level. A success is the inclusion of color photographs tion method for solution purification to primarily forming a photo album of Chelyabinsk zinc plant. It remove impurities of copper, cadmium, nickel, and only remains to wish that the publishing house should cobalt. Zinc serves as a cementing metal. The authors more widely recruit external referees and scientific present the theoretical foundations of the cementation editors. purification technique and discuss the kinetics of cementation, sequence of impurity removal, effect of A. G. Morachevskii http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Kolesnikov, A.V., Gidrometallurgiya tsinka (ochistka rastvorov i elektroliz) (hydrometallurgy of zinc (solution purification and electrolysis))

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ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 3, p. 513. Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2007. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2007, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 3, p. 516. BOOK REVIEWS Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Kolesnikov, A.V., Gidrometallurgiya tsinka (ochistka rastvorov i elektroliz) (Hydrometallurgy of Zinc (Solution Purification and Electrolysis)) Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2006, 176 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427207030354 The metallurgy of zinc has been developing in various factors on the cementation, the technology of the last decade under conditions of degrading quality cementation, and the apparatus used in the process. of the raw materials being processed, growing cost of The second part of the book (pp. 102 169) contains fuel and electric power, and increasing stringency of evidence on electrolysis of sulfate zinc-containing environmental requirements. The resulting rise in the solutions after their purification. It describes cathodic production cost requires cardinal improvement of and anodic processes and the effect of impurities of the technologies employed in the zinc subindustry. metal ions, chloride and fluoride anions, and organic The book by L.A. Kazanbaev and co-authors dis- substances on electrolysis parameters and quality of cusses two key issues of the hydrometallurgy of zinc: metallic zinc. The technology of electrolysis, equip- purification of solutions formed in leaching of zinc- ment employed, remelting of cathodic zinc, and containing raw materials (fired zinc concentrates and manufacture of zinc alloys are discussed in detail. All other kinds of oxidized raw materials) and the theory the descriptions of the technological part are mostly and practice of solution electrolysis to give commer- based on the experience of operation of Chelyabinsk cial zinc and various zinc-based alloys. zinc plant. The brief introduction (pp. 3 19) presents general The introduction and two other parts of the book evidence concerning the physicochemical and mech- are provided with bibliographic lists. In some cases, anical properties of zinc, fields of its application, and references to publications could be more specific, with composition of zinc concentrates processed at domest- indication of the original works, rather than mono- ic and foreign plants, and gives the most characteristic graphs devoted to metallurgy of zinc. The book by results of solution purification to remove impurities Kazanbaev and co-authors has a production-techno- prior to electrolysis. A considerable proportion of zinc logical orientation. The way in which theoretical sec- (30 to 50% of the whole amount of the metal con- tions explaining the cementation (pp. 28 49) and sumed) is expended for zinc-plating of iron. The con- electrolysis (pp. 103 115) processes are included in sumption of zinc steadily grows and its application the book invites some critical remarks concerning fields become wider. the terminology used. The whole amount of the neces- The first part of the book (pp. 20 101) analyzes sary electrochemical evidence could be presented preparation of zinc-containing solutions for electrol- in a simpler manner in a production-oriented book. ysis: purification of the solutions to remove metallic Similarly to other books published by Ruda i and nonmetallic impurities. The classical flowsheet of Metally Publishing House, the book by Kazanbaev this process envisages a stage-by-stage purification by and co-authors is distinguished by high polygraphic hydrolytic, chemical, and cementation methods. The main attention is given by the authors to the cementa- level. A success is the inclusion of color photographs tion method for solution purification to primarily forming a photo album of Chelyabinsk zinc plant. It remove impurities of copper, cadmium, nickel, and only remains to wish that the publishing house should cobalt. Zinc serves as a cementing metal. The authors more widely recruit external referees and scientific present the theoretical foundations of the cementation editors. purification technique and discuss the kinetics of cementation, sequence of impurity removal, effect of A. G. Morachevskii

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