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Nickel leaching process

Update date: Apr 13

The invention provides a process for the leaching of a laterite ore or concentrate for the recovery of value metals, at least one value metal being nickel. The laterite ore or concentrate is subjected to a leaching step with a lixiviant comprising hydrochloric acid to leach nickel from the laterite ore. Nickel is extracted with an oxime at a lower pH than other processes for extraction of

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  • Selective Nickel Leaching from Nickel and Cobalt Mixed
    Selective Nickel Leaching from Nickel and Cobalt Mixed

    nickel leaching processes, including: 1) chlorine leaching by chlorine gas; and 2) pressure leaching by oxygen gas. (1) Chlorine leaching is a well-known selective nickel leaching process with high efficiency, which has been widely used for nickel cathode production.1) However, for safe and environmentally friendly production

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  • Roasting and Leaching Behavior of Nickel Laterite Ore
    Roasting and Leaching Behavior of Nickel Laterite Ore

    Mar 29, 2021 The success of the sulfation-roasting-leaching process depends on iron behavior. Due to its higher amount, it is sulfated before nickel. However, the stability of iron sulfates is lower than the nickel sulfate and during the decomposition of iron sulfate, the sulfur trioxide (SO 3) is liberated and reacts with nickel to form nickel sulfate.This mechanism can reduce considerably the acid

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  • Processing of Nickel Laterite Ores on the Rise
    Processing of Nickel Laterite Ores on the Rise

    The SX-EW Method. SX-EW, or the Solvent Extraction – Electrowinning approach to lateritic ore beneficiation, is a hydrometallurgical method that relies on leaching, extractants, and electrowinning to produce nickel from ore. This process is often referred to as Leach Solvent Extraction – Electrowinning for its employment of a leaching step

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  • Pressure Leaching of Nickel - Hydrometallurgy: Leaching in
    Pressure Leaching of Nickel - Hydrometallurgy: Leaching in

    If you are referring to laterite Ni-Co leaching, HPAL is a well established process (Moa Bay, Murrin Murrin, Coral Bay, Ambatovy, etc.). It is essentially an acid digestion, but recovery is increased and residence time shortened through the use of high temperatures (255 C -270 C) which in turn need high pressure (4,000 kPa – 5, 300 kPa). ). These conditions need the titanium lining

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  • The HPAL Process :: Total Materia Article
    The HPAL Process :: Total Materia Article

    The HPAL Process. High pressure acid leaching is becoming more and more important and the inevitable strain on natural resources continues. Its primary purpose is the assist in the recovery of nickel from lacerite ores but can also be used for other metals such as copper and cobalt. The economic recovery of nickel from laterite ores has been

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  • How Sherritt Refines Nickel
    How Sherritt Refines Nickel

    Oct 01, 2010 Leaching . Refining metals at Sherritt begins with the leaching of cobalt and nickel from a variety of feed materials. The cobalt feeds are segregated into high and low cobalt containing types and are fed to different locations in the plant. The high cobalt feeds consist mainly of mixed nickel and cobalt sulphides. These feed materials

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  • Direct Nickel Process – Breakthrough Technology
    Direct Nickel Process – Breakthrough Technology

    Direct Nickel has developed a game changing pro cess for extracting nickel from laterite deposits. It will position Direct Nickel as one of the lowest cash cost producers in the global nickel industry in the next 5 years. The Process offers unparalleled co st efficiency, capital savi ngs and environmental benefits

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  • Concept for a Hydrometallurgical Processing of a Copper
    Concept for a Hydrometallurgical Processing of a Copper

    Mar 11, 2020 For nickel, the precipitation as nickel carbonate can be an alternative to a solvent extraction process. The nickel in the leaching liquor is precipitated as basic nickel carbonate. The precipitation is conducted at elevated temperatures above 80 C and a pH above 7 by adding sodium carbonate to the solution as shown in Eq. 12. 18

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  • Stainless Steel Leaches Nickel and Chromium into Foods
    Stainless Steel Leaches Nickel and Chromium into Foods

    Oct 02, 2013 This study examined stainless steel grades, cooking time, repetitive cooking cycles, and multiple types of tomato sauces for their effects on nickel and chromium leaching. Trials included three types of stainless steels and a stainless steel saucepan; cooking times of 2 to 20 hours, ten consecutive cooking cycles, and four commercial tomato sauces

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  • Study of Nickel Leaching Using Sulfuric Acid and
    Study of Nickel Leaching Using Sulfuric Acid and

    Study of nickel leaching using sulfuric acid and phosphoric acid on the selectivity of low-grade laterite nickel ore under atmospheric conditions has been successfully carried out. In this study, the laterite nickel leaching process was carried out by varying the solution concentration and operating time

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  • (PDF) Advanced Review on Extraction of Nickel from Primary
    (PDF) Advanced Review on Extraction of Nickel from Primary

    High-pressure acid leaching (HPAL) process flowsheet operating at Moa Bay (Adapted from Monhemius 1987). Flowsheet of Caron's process for processing of high iron limonitic laterite ores (Caron, 1950)

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  • US7901484B2 - Resin-in-leach process to recover nickel
    US7901484B2 - Resin-in-leach process to recover nickel

    A hydrometallurgical resin-in-leach (RIL) process for directly recovering nickel and/or cobalt. Simultaneous pulp leaching by adding an acid or base, dissolves the metals of interest with adsorption of the metals rendered soluble in on ionic exchange resin. Following elution of the changed resin, purification of nickel and cobalt present in the eluate can be recovered by conventional methods

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  • The Caron Process :: Total Materia Article
    The Caron Process :: Total Materia Article

    In general, nickel can be extracted from its ores using smelting, high pressure acid leaching (HPAL) and Caron roast/leach processes. The Caron process, which involves reduction roasting of the ore followed by ammonia leaching of reduced ore, is one of the ways in which nickel laterite can be treated

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  • LEACHING OF NICKEL LATERITE WITH A SOLUTION OF
    LEACHING OF NICKEL LATERITE WITH A SOLUTION OF

    on the degree of nickel extraction. The leaching of nickel laterite was found to be a two stage leaching process. In the first stage, the dissolution of nickel is faster but after 15 minutes, the reaction rate is reduced. The reaction rate is reduced by inert minerals which host nickel. These minerals contain iron magnesium and silicon

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