volume 52, issue 1, P119-126 2007
DOI: 10.1002/jctb.280520109
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Abstract: Abstract Process of rhenium removal from acidic industrial effluents by pressure reduction with gaseous hydrogen and sulphur dioxide was examined. Solutions from two sources were investigated, namely: circulating wash liquors originated from a wet dedusting of converter gases, and from dedusting of Dörschel furnace gases at a copper smelter. The effects of temperature, sulphuric acid concentration, and addition of an activated charcoal carrier were determined on rhenium recovery. Complete removal of rhenium f…

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