Regeneration of activated carbon used for recovery of gold ,, Nov 01, 1985· The process of treating granular activated carbon for return to service in the recovery of gold in carbon-in-pulp and carbon-in-leach circuits has been investigated Carbons from two US mines, one Canadian mine, and a South African pilot plant operation were characterized before and after regeneration Thermal regeneration of the carbon was investigated using factorial analysis to ,AR, Regeneration of activated carbon used for recovery of gold JEUrbanic, RJJula, and WDFaulkner Abstract - The process of treating granular activated carbon for return to service in the recovery of gold in carbon-in-pulp and carbon-in-leach circuits has been investigatedCarbons from two US mines, one Canadian mine, and a South African pilot plant operation were characterized before and ,.
Recovery of gold from gold slag by wood shaving fly ash, Jul 15, 2005· Wood shaving fly ash was used as an alternative adsorbent for gold preconcentration from gold slag The maximum gold adsorption capacity of wood shaving fly ash washed with tap water (WSFW) at 20, 30, 40, and 60 °C was 868, 779, 744, and 725 mg Au /g adsorbent, respectively, while of activated carbon it was 7678, 6095, 5613, and 5190 mg Au /g adsorbent, respectivelyPREPRI NT NUMBER, R J Jula J E Urbanic W D Faulkner REGENERATION OF ACTIVATED CARBON USED FOR RECOVERY OF GOLD Calgon Carbon Corporation Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Permission is hereby given to publish with appropriate acknowledgments, excerpts or summaries not to exceed one-fourth of the entire text of the paper.
The influence of regeneration conditions on the adsorptive ,, Jan 01, 1988· Minerals Engineering, Vol 1, No 2, pp 157-163, 1988 0892-6875/88 $300 + 000 Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc TECHNICAL NOTE THE INFLUENCE OF REGENERATION CONDITIONS ON THE ADSORPTIVE BEHAVIOUR OF ACTIVATED CARBON JSJ VAN DEVENTER and BS CAMBY Deptof Metallurgical Engng, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, 7600, South ,Kinetics of the thermal regeneration of spent activated ,, Dec 01, 1988· Thermochimica Acta, 136 (1988) 179-189 179 Elsevier Science Publishers BV, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands KINETICS OF THE THERMAL REGENERATION OF SPENT ACTIVATED CARBON IN A FLUIDIZED BED JSJ VAN DEVENTER * and BS CAMBY Department of Metallurgical Engineering, University of Stellenbosch, Stellenbosch, 7600 (South Africa) (Received 26 ,.
Behavior of Tire Derived Pre, Abstract Extracting uranium from the solution phase has been a challenge as very few sorbents present high adsorption efficiency A novel adsorbent in the form of Recycled Tire Carbon Black (RTCB), derived from pyrolysis of used tires, has shown promising results in adsorbing uranium from solution phase better than other functionalized carbon materials
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