Review: Barbin, N.M., Kazantsev, G.F., and Vatolin, N.A., Pererabotka vtorichnogo svintsovogo syr'ya v ionnykh solevykh rasplavakh(Processing of Secondary Lead in Ionic Salt Melts), Yekaterinburg: Ur. Otd. Ross. Akad. Nauk, 2002, 178 pp.

Review: Barbin, N.M., Kazantsev, G.F., and Vatolin, N.A., Pererabotka vtorichnogo svintsovogo... Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, Vol. 76, No. 6, 2003, p. 1023. Translated from Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, Vol. 76, No. 6, 2003, p. 1051. Original Russian Text Copyright 2003 by Morachevskii. BOOK REVIEWS Barbin, N.M., Kazantsev, G.F., and Vatolin, N.A., Pererabotka vtorichnogo svintsovogo syr’ya v ionnykh solevykh rasplavakh (Processing of Secondary Lead in Ionic Salt Melts), Yekaterinburg: Ur. Otd. Ross. Akad. Nauk, 2002, 178 pp. The monograph is authored by N.A. Vatolin, copper-smelting plants. In the latter case, fine dusts academician of the Russian Academy of Sciences, caught by bag filters after shaft furnaces and converters and N.M. Barbin and G.F. Kazantsev, experienced (lead content 24 33 wt %) and products formed in researchers in the field of high-temperature electro- hydrochemical processing of dusts, lead cakes (up to chemical technologies. During quite a number of 42 wt % Pb) serve as objects of study. In all cases, years, all of them have been paying much attention to molten carbonates are used as the reaction medium. processing of various technological wastes and, in The second part of the monograph, which is smaller particular, to utilization of secondary lead and search in volume, comprises four chapters considering the for ecologically safe technologies. physicochemical foundations (pp. 142 160) and tech- The book comprises a brief foreword and two parts, nology (pp. 161 172) of electrochemical processing each constituted by chapters, conclusion, and biblio- of lead-containing wastes in hydroxide melts. graphic list. The foreword (pp. 5 6) notes that more The bibliographic lists for the first and second parts than 50% of world’s lead is manufactured by process- of the book contain, respectively, 99 and 30 references ing scrap lead and wastes. The authors point to a num- to publications of mainly domestic authors. About ber of advantages offered by use of ionic melts in 30% of all the published sources belong to the authors various technological processes. of the monograph. The first part of the monograph, which comprises Unfortunately, the book makes no attempt to anal- five chapters, is devoted to electrometallurgical pro- yze the present state of the problem of lead battery cessing of lead-containing wastes in a carbonate melt. scrap, which is the most important, in economic and The first chapter (pp. 10 30) briefly characterizes ecological regards, kind of secondary lead. The pro- mainly pyrometallurgical methods for processing of cessing of battery scrap has nearly escaped the authors’ lead-containing raw materials. The second chapter attention. The monograph primarily presents the re- (pp. 31 53) describes physicochemical foundations of sults of many-year authors’ investigations, which are electrometallurgical processing of lead-containing interesting and original, but are mainly devoted to compounds in a carbonate melt. Much attention is minor kinds of lead-containing raw materials, dusts of given to thermodynamic modeling of reduction of shaft furnaces and wastes from battery manufacture. lead compounds in molten carbonates. The third chap- ter (pp. 54 80) contains evidence on processing of The book summarizes a vast experimental material, lead battery scrap and wastes from battery manufac- evidence obtained in laboratory and pilot-plant studies, ture in a carbonate melt. The process is carried out and results of mathematical modeling. All these data at temperatures of 800 1050 C in electric furnaces may be of interest for scientists, engineers, and tech- with the use of various reducing agents. The fourth nicians working in the field of utilization of secondary (pp. 81 99) and fifth (pp. 100 130) chapters are de- lead. The book is well published and contains a large voted to rather specific issues: processing of dust from number of tables and figures. shaft furnaces of Verkh-Neivinskii plant of secondary nonferrous metals and lead-containing wastes from A.G. Morachevskii 1070-4272/03/7606-1023 $25.00 2003 MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

Review: Barbin, N.M., Kazantsev, G.F., and Vatolin, N.A., Pererabotka vtorichnogo svintsovogo syr'ya v ionnykh solevykh rasplavakh(Processing of Secondary Lead in Ionic Salt Melts), Yekaterinburg: Ur. Otd. Ross. Akad. Nauk, 2002, 178 pp.

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