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|Statement||by Roshan B. Bhappu [and others]|
|Series||New Mexico. State Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources. Circular 81, Circular (New Mexico. Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources) ;, 81.|
|Contributions||Bhappu, Roshan Boman.|
|LC Classifications||TN24.N6 A235 no. 81, TN799.M7 A235 no. 81|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
|LC Control Number||73156719|
The results indicated that the recovery of molybdenum was largely dependent on the concentrations of Na 2 CO 3 and H 2 O 2 in the reaction medium, which controls the acidity of the leach liquor and carry over of impurities such as Al, Ni, P, Si and V. Leaching process was exothermic and leaching efficiency of molybdenum decreased with Cited by: Processing of leach liquor. Leach liquor can be processed in different ways to recover molybdenum as calcium molybdate, ammonium molybdate, molybdic acid or molybdenum oxide (Juneja et al., , Kar et al., , Kar et al., ).In the present study, recovery of molybdenum as MoO 3 was tested using the reported precipitation conditions of ammonium molybdate method (Kar et al., ).Cited by: Questa Molybdenum Mine (Questa Mine; Moly Mine; R and S Mine), Questa, Taos Co., New Mexico, USA: A molybdenum-rhenium mine owned by Molycorp, a subsidiary of Unocal Corp. Produced 4, tons of Mo in concentrates (). In , the mine was declared a superfund site - . Molycorp, Inc. mines molybdenum ("moly") a few miles east of Questa, New Mexico. The mine itself dates back to the 's. In , Molycorp began open pit operations. In , it returned to underground mining.
Vol. 2, No. 2, , , pp. -)] ions. Molybdenum Molybdenum Hydrometallurgical Recovery. Molybdenum Metallurgy Review: Hydrometallurgical Routes to Recovery of Molybdenum from Ores and Mineral Raw Materials Article in Journal of Applied Statistics 36(3) May with Reads. The Chevron Questa molybdenum mine, nine miles (14 km) from Questa, was the largest private employer in Taos County. The mine opened in as the R&S Molybdenum mine. It was purchased by Molycorp Minerals in and became a subsidiary of Chevron in County: Taos. Hydrometallurgical processing and recovery of molybdenum trioxide from spent catalyst Article in International Journal of Mineral Processing 80(2) September with Reads.
The present study proposes three distinct processes to recycle rare earth elements (REE) from two low-grade secondary resources: REE-containing mine tailings and ferrous scrap from shredded waste of electrical and electronic equipment (WEEE). The first developed process extracts both REE and phosphorus from the apatite mineral contained within the mine tailings by way of acidic leaching Cited by: 2. Hydrometallurgical recovery of molybdenum from Egyptian concentrate Antonigevic, M.M. and Pacovic, N.V. (): Investigation of molybdenite oxidation by sodium dichromate. Miner. Eng. 5 (2), Bartecki, A. and Rycerz, L. (): Kinetics and mechanism of dissolution of synthetic molybdenum disulfide MoS2 in bromate solutions. Hydrometallurgy, extraction of metal from ore by preparing an aqueous solution of a salt of the metal and recovering the metal from the solution. The operations usually involved are leaching, or dissolution of the metal or metal compound in water, commonly with additional agents; separation of the. Chile, China, and the United States also held about 83% of the estimated Mt of world molybdenum reserves,” according to the United States Geological Survey Molybdenum Minerals Year Book.