Silver precipitation from electrolytic effluents
Keywords:Silver, electrolytic effluent, sodium ditionite, minimization, recycling.
The recovery of silver contained in electrolytic effluents is attractive due to its high economic value. These effluents are considered toxic wastes and it is not possible to dump them directly without any detoxification process. One of the most important way for silver recovery is the precipitation with sodium ditionite, sodium borohidride or hydrazine monohidrate. In this work, the most significant aspects related to the use of these reagents is presented. Results of silver precipitation with sodium ditionite from effluents containing thiosulfate without previous elimination of other species are also presented. Silver concentration in the final effluents was < 1 ppm.
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Rivera, I., Patiño, F., Cruells, M., Roca, A., & Viñals, J. (2004). Silver precipitation from electrolytic effluents. Revista De Metalurgia, 40(5), 369–373. https://doi.org/10.3989/revmetalm.2004.v40.i5.290
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