Sorption of rare earth elements of waste solution of leaching uranium

Sorption of rare earth elements of waste solution of leaching uranium The possibility of sorption recovery of rare earth elements from the waste sulfate solutions of uranium leaching, which contain a few tens of milligrams per liter of the rare earth elements, up to 1 g L−1 of aluminum, and 2 g L−1 of iron, with using a carboxyl sorbent CYBBER LX 280, hydrated titanyl hydrogen phosphate and its analogue modified with zirconium(IV). It was shown that 95% of the rare earth elements and more can be recovered by neutralizing the solution by sodium hydroxide to pH ≈ 4.2, separating the resulting precipitate based on iron hydroxide, and subsequent sorption at the CYBBER LX 280 sorbent. Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

Sorption of rare earth elements of waste solution of leaching uranium

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Chemistry; Chemistry/Food Science, general; Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering
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