Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Travkin, V.F., Indii. Tekhnologiya polucheniya (Indium: Manufacture Technology)

Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Travkin, V.F., Indii. Tekhnologiya polucheniya... ISSN 1070-4272. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 3, p. 516. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 3, p. 524. BOOK REVIEWS Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Travkin, V.F., Indii. Tekhnologiya polucheniya (Indium: Manufacture Technology) Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2004, 168 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206030438 A comparatively close attention has been given to dium-containing raw materials and to manufacture of the properties, manufacture, and use of indium and its raw indium. Particular attention is given to indium recovery from products formed in processing of zinc alloys by the domestic monographic literature. In 1987 concentrates produced by Chelyabinsk zinc plant. was published the monograph by S.P. Yatsenko, Indii. Svoistva i primenenie (Indium: Properties and Use) Hydrometallurgical methods in manufacture of raw (Moscow: Nauka, 1987, 257 pp.), in which particular indium, extraction techniques for recovery of indium from indium-containing solutions, removal of impuri- attention was paid to indium alloys, their phase dia- ties, and production of raw indium by cementation are grams, and physicochemical and thermodynamic prop- erties of the alloys in the solid and liquid states. The discussed in most detail. Also discussed are methods vast reference material contained in the monograph for production of raw indium from wastes and in- dustrially produced raw materials. still remains important. Yatsenko’s book luckily sup- plemented in those years the already available domest- Chapter 3 (pp. 106 164, 77 references) presents ic monographs on coordination chemistry of indium a rather detailed description of methods for production compounds and the indium recovery technology. of high-purity indium. As is known, the content of the main component in the raw metal commonly does Later was published the monograph by P.I. Fedorov not exceed 99.0 wt %. At the same time, radio elec- and R.Kh. Akchurin Indii (Indium) (Moscow: Nauka, tronics, manufacture of semiconducting compounds MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, 2000, 276 pp.). This and special alloys, and some other fields of tech- exhaustive monograph for the most part systematical- nology require indium with a total content of impuri- ly describes the chemical properties of widely diverse 2 6 ties of 10 10 %. The authors consider the whole classes of indium-containing compounds. A compara- set of methods for purification of raw indium: chemi- tively little attention was given in the book to tech- cal purification techniques, refining of indium by suc- nological issues. Even though the authors note that cessive cementation, physical purification methods, Russia occupies one of the leading positions in the electrolytic methods for production of high-purity world in manufacture of indium, the manufacture indium, and vacuum-thermal distillation purification. technology itself is not detailed. In particular detail are discussed electrochemical tech- The monograph by L.A. Kazanbaev and co-authors niques, including use of diaphragm electrolyzers with concentrates the whole attention on the technology of molten salt electrolytes. Special attention is given to indium recovery from domestic raw materials and description of an original method for production of methods for refining of the metal. The book comprises high-purity indium powders. three chapters, with bibliographic lists given separate- The monograph by Kazanbaev and co-authors is of ly for each chapter. Small Chapter 1 (pp. 5 19, 46 a clearly pronounced technological nature and sig- references) contains general evidence about indium nificantly differs in this respect from the other two and sources of indium-containing raw materials. The publications mentioned above. The book is primarily content of indium in the Earth’s crust is estimated at 5 4 6 intended for technologists directly engaged in proces- 1.4 10 wt % (4 10 to 5.6 10 ); minerals of sing of indium-containing materials, production and indium itself are extremely rare and have no industrial refining of indium, and manufacture of indium importance. In processing of concentrated ores of non- powders. The monograph is based on the results of ferrous metals (lead, zinc, tin), indium is accumulated numerous studies by mostly Russian authors. The in various products and can be recovered from these book is well published and contains a highly illustra- products in a number of ways. tive material. Chapter 2 (pp. 20 105, 125 references) is devoted to methods for recovery of indium from various in- A. G. Morachevskii http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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ISSN 1070-4272. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 3, p. 516. Pleiades Publishing, Inc., 2006. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, 2006, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2006, Vol. 79, No. 3, p. 524. BOOK REVIEWS Kazanbaev, L.A., Kozlov, P.A., Kubasov, V.L., and Travkin, V.F., Indii. Tekhnologiya polucheniya (Indium: Manufacture Technology) Moscow: Ruda i Metally, 2004, 168 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427206030438 A comparatively close attention has been given to dium-containing raw materials and to manufacture of the properties, manufacture, and use of indium and its raw indium. Particular attention is given to indium recovery from products formed in processing of zinc alloys by the domestic monographic literature. In 1987 concentrates produced by Chelyabinsk zinc plant. was published the monograph by S.P. Yatsenko, Indii. Svoistva i primenenie (Indium: Properties and Use) Hydrometallurgical methods in manufacture of raw (Moscow: Nauka, 1987, 257 pp.), in which particular indium, extraction techniques for recovery of indium from indium-containing solutions, removal of impuri- attention was paid to indium alloys, their phase dia- ties, and production of raw indium by cementation are grams, and physicochemical and thermodynamic prop- erties of the alloys in the solid and liquid states. The discussed in most detail. Also discussed are methods vast reference material contained in the monograph for production of raw indium from wastes and in- dustrially produced raw materials. still remains important. Yatsenko’s book luckily sup- plemented in those years the already available domest- Chapter 3 (pp. 106 164, 77 references) presents ic monographs on coordination chemistry of indium a rather detailed description of methods for production compounds and the indium recovery technology. of high-purity indium. As is known, the content of the main component in the raw metal commonly does Later was published the monograph by P.I. Fedorov not exceed 99.0 wt %. At the same time, radio elec- and R.Kh. Akchurin Indii (Indium) (Moscow: Nauka, tronics, manufacture of semiconducting compounds MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica, 2000, 276 pp.). This and special alloys, and some other fields of tech- exhaustive monograph for the most part systematical- nology require indium with a total content of impuri- ly describes the chemical properties of widely diverse 2 6 ties of 10 10 %. The authors consider the whole classes of indium-containing compounds. A compara- set of methods for purification of raw indium: chemi- tively little attention was given in the book to tech- cal purification techniques, refining of indium by suc- nological issues. Even though the authors note that cessive cementation, physical purification methods, Russia occupies one of the leading positions in the electrolytic methods for production of high-purity world in manufacture of indium, the manufacture indium, and vacuum-thermal distillation purification. technology itself is not detailed. In particular detail are discussed electrochemical tech- The monograph by L.A. Kazanbaev and co-authors niques, including use of diaphragm electrolyzers with concentrates the whole attention on the technology of molten salt electrolytes. Special attention is given to indium recovery from domestic raw materials and description of an original method for production of methods for refining of the metal. The book comprises high-purity indium powders. three chapters, with bibliographic lists given separate- The monograph by Kazanbaev and co-authors is of ly for each chapter. Small Chapter 1 (pp. 5 19, 46 a clearly pronounced technological nature and sig- references) contains general evidence about indium nificantly differs in this respect from the other two and sources of indium-containing raw materials. The publications mentioned above. The book is primarily content of indium in the Earth’s crust is estimated at 5 4 6 intended for technologists directly engaged in proces- 1.4 10 wt % (4 10 to 5.6 10 ); minerals of sing of indium-containing materials, production and indium itself are extremely rare and have no industrial refining of indium, and manufacture of indium importance. In processing of concentrated ores of non- powders. The monograph is based on the results of ferrous metals (lead, zinc, tin), indium is accumulated numerous studies by mostly Russian authors. The in various products and can be recovered from these book is well published and contains a highly illustra- products in a number of ways. tive material. Chapter 2 (pp. 20 105, 125 references) is devoted to methods for recovery of indium from various in- A. G. Morachevskii

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