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GOLD RECOVERY BY CHLORINATION Download Scientific

Download scientific diagram GOLD RECOVERY BY CHLORINATION from publication: Fine Gold Recovery – Alternatives to Mercury and Cyanide Purpose of study

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Chlorination process for recovering gold values from gold ...

A process for the recovery of precious metal values as essentially pure gold from gold alloys in the form of thin strips 0.05 to 0.25 inch thick having a gold content of up to 80% gold comprising chlorinating the strips at a temperature of 300 to 700 degrees Centigrade to form a metallic gold/metal chloride mixture and removing the metal chlorides from the gold in the mixture using an aqueous ...

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(PDF) Recovery of Gold from Alluvial Sand by Wet

The influence of the main parameters for the aqueous chlorination, the extraction and stripping data and the method for the recovery of gold from upgrade strip liquor are presented. A flow sheet ...

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The recovery of gold from refractory ores by the use of ...

Recently, the U.S. Bureau of Mines examined the recovery of gold by chlorination of refractory carbonaceous and sulfidic ores, comparing various treatment methods in which a ground ore pulp is contacted with chlorine gas and activated carbon is added to the pulp for a carbon-in-chlorine leach (CICL). The objective of this research was to demonstrate the basic feasibility of CICL technology ...

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Gold extraction by chlorination using a pyrometallurgical ...

2009-3-1  The direct chlorination of a pure gold was also studied up to a temperature of 1223 K.These experiments demonstrated that the precious metal is not attacked at that temperature, in agreement with the literature, which indicates that the reaction of direct chlorination of gold is produced at high temperatures (Panias and Neou-Syngouna, 1990).The fact that gold chlorination is reached at lower ...

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Pyrite enhanced chlorination roasting and its efficacy in ...

2020-11-1  Pyrite is a supplement, which could promote the decomposition of calcium chloride and improve the recovery of gold and silver in chlorination roasting. Without pyrite the recovery of Au and Ag just were 44.27% and 29.63%, respectively. With only 5% (1 g) pyrite, the recovery of Au reached 86.93% and 36.02%, respectively. ...

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Gold extraction by chlorination using a pyrometallurgical ...

2009-12-3  rine reagent and a simplification of gold separation and purification. The chlorination equipment used in the laboratory has a simple design and permits a safer use of chlorine gas. References Deng, H., Li, X., 1987. Chloride roasting of a complex gold ore and treatment of chlorine fume for precious-metal recovery-experimental results ...

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Recovery of gold from sulfide refractory gold ore ...

2021-9-30  The method consisted of two stages roasting for arsenic and sulfur removal, gold recovery by thiourea leaching, followed by an enhanced chlorination roasting for gold recovery in the presence of pyrite. In the two-stage roasting process, the phase transition of FeAsS and FeS2 during the roasting process was analyzed.

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Gold recovery from refractory gold concentrates by ...

2019-3-1  process of gold bearing sulfur concentrate consumes a lot of energy and releases pollutants such as SO 2 into the air. Couldn’t achieve a satisfactory recovery by electro-chlorination, Zhu et.al had researched leaching of refractory gold ores by ultrasonic-assisted electro-chlorination, the application of

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(PDF) Gold – An Historical Introduction

A concentrate of 10612 g/t gold with 95% recovery is obtained from a binary mixture contains 500 g/t gold in the presence of 1×10 8 Bacillus cereus cells, 5×10 −3 M potassium butyl xanthate ...

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Gold Leaching from a Refractory Gold Concentrate by the ...

N. Gönen, E. Körpe, M. E. Yildirim, et al. “Leaching and CIL processes in gold recovery from refractory ore with thiourea solutions,” Minerals Engineering. 2007. 20(6): 559–565 CrossRef Google Scholar

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What are the Cyanide-Free Gold Recovery Methods?

2020-12-23  The most studied cyanide-free gold recovery methods include water chlorination, bromination and iodination, thiosulfate, thiourea and cyanide substitute gold recovery methods. 1. Water Chlorination Process. The gold leaching chemical reaction equation of this cyanide-free gold recovery method is as follows: 2Au+3Cl2+2HCl→2HauCl4.

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The recovery of gold from refractory ores by the use of ...

Recently, the U.S. Bureau of Mines examined the recovery of gold by chlorination of refractory carbonaceous and sulfidic ores, comparing various treatment methods in which a ground ore pulp is contacted with chlorine gas and activated carbon is added to the pulp for a carbon-in-chlorine leach (CICL). The objective of this research was to demonstrate the basic feasibility of CICL technology ...

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Gold extraction by chlorination using a pyrometallurgical ...

2009-12-3  rine reagent and a simplification of gold separation and purification. The chlorination equipment used in the laboratory has a simple design and permits a safer use of chlorine gas. References Deng, H., Li, X., 1987. Chloride roasting of a complex gold ore and treatment of chlorine fume for precious-metal recovery-experimental results ...

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Investigation on the recovery of gold from pretreated

2019-12-26  Investigation on the recovery of gold from pretreated cyanide tailings using chlorination leaching process Separation Science and Technology Pub Date : 2019-12-26, DOI: 10.1080/01496395.2019.1708108

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High-temperature chlorination of gold with transformation ...

2016-10-3  The study results showed that the technical indices of gold high-temperature chlorination rate of 85.19 % and iron recovery of 87.75 % were obtained from cyanide tailings (gold grade of 4.57 gt −1, iron grade of 42.95 %) by chlorination–reduction one-step roasting . The new technology presents advantages of short process time, low energy ...

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Recovery of gold from carbonaceous ores by simultaneous ...

Chlorination rates were greatly increased in this example to improve gold recovery. The ore was slurried with tap water to obtain a solids content of about 50 percent by weight. Two slurry samples of 600 grams each were prepared.

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Gold recovery from refractory gold concentrates by ...

2019-3-1  process of gold bearing sulfur concentrate consumes a lot of energy and releases pollutants such as SO 2 into the air. Couldn’t achieve a satisfactory recovery by electro-chlorination, Zhu et.al had researched leaching of refractory gold ores by ultrasonic-assisted electro-chlorination, the application of

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Gold Chlorination Process by Miller

2015-7-8  Gold Chlorination Process by Miller. Miller’s Gold Chlorination process was introduced by F.B. Miller. The refining process employs chlorine gas, which passed into molten gold covered with a layer of borax and silica, and reacts with most of metals

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Gold Bromination Gold Chlorination= F(Silver)

2016-3-16  Gold Bromination Gold Chlorination= F (Silver) When dry chlorine gas is made to act in the cold upon finely-divided gold, it converts the latter with evolution of heat into auro-auric chloride, Au2Cl4, a hard, dark-red, hygroscopic salt. Moisture splits this salt into aurous and auric chloride, Au2Cl4 = AuCl + AuCl3 ; treatment with water ...

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Gold Leaching from a Refractory Gold Concentrate by the ...

N. Gönen, E. Körpe, M. E. Yildirim, et al. “Leaching and CIL processes in gold recovery from refractory ore with thiourea solutions,” Minerals Engineering. 2007. 20(6): 559–565 CrossRef Google Scholar

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(PDF) Gold – An Historical Introduction

A concentrate of 10612 g/t gold with 95% recovery is obtained from a binary mixture contains 500 g/t gold in the presence of 1×10 8 Bacillus cereus cells, 5×10 −3 M potassium butyl xanthate ...

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Extraction of Gold

Bromine acts more energetically than chlorine, and has also been employed in the extraction. The recovery of the gold is effected similarly, and the bromine is then liberated by the action of chlorine, but it is impossible to prevent loss of bromine. Cyanide-process The extraction of gold by the cyanide-method is of great technical importance.

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Pyrite enhanced chlorination roasting and its efficacy in ...

At 900°C, the leaching rate of silver reached 84.39%, and the recovery amount of the leaching solution was 9.98 mg/L [91]. In a recent study, a pyrite-enhanced chlorination roasting technology ...

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High-temperature chlorination of gold with transformation ...

2016-10-3  The study results showed that the technical indices of gold high-temperature chlorination rate of 85.19 % and iron recovery of 87.75 % were obtained from cyanide tailings (gold grade of 4.57 gt −1, iron grade of 42.95 %) by chlorination–reduction one-step roasting . The new technology presents advantages of short process time, low energy ...

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Recovery of gold from carbonaceous ores by simultaneous ...

Chlorination rates were greatly increased in this example to improve gold recovery. The ore was slurried with tap water to obtain a solids content of about 50 percent by weight. Two slurry samples of 600 grams each were prepared.

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Gold recovery from refractory gold concentrates by ...

2019-3-1  process of gold bearing sulfur concentrate consumes a lot of energy and releases pollutants such as SO 2 into the air. Couldn’t achieve a satisfactory recovery by electro-chlorination, Zhu et.al had researched leaching of refractory gold ores by ultrasonic-assisted electro-chlorination, the application of

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Pressure chlorination of refractory gold ores - Freeport ...

1992-6-11  The ore slurry is then passed to a conventional cyanide leach/carbon adsorption circuit where gold is leached from the ore and adsorbed onto granular carbon for subsequent recovery. Gold ores suitable for the chlorination treatment of this invention contain organic carbonaceous and/or sulfidic matter and are refractory to direct gold leaching ...

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Gold Bromination Gold Chlorination= F(Silver)

2016-3-16  Gold Bromination Gold Chlorination= F (Silver) When dry chlorine gas is made to act in the cold upon finely-divided gold, it converts the latter with evolution of heat into auro-auric chloride, Au2Cl4, a hard, dark-red, hygroscopic salt. Moisture splits this salt into aurous and auric chloride, Au2Cl4 = AuCl + AuCl3 ; treatment with water ...

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Extraction of Gold

Bromine acts more energetically than chlorine, and has also been employed in the extraction. The recovery of the gold is effected similarly, and the bromine is then liberated by the action of chlorine, but it is impossible to prevent loss of bromine. Cyanide-process The extraction of gold by the cyanide-method is of great technical importance.

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Utilization of gold-bearing and iron-rich pyrite cinder ...

2017-3-2  The chlorination-volatilization process has been adopted to make full use of gold-bearing and iron-rich pyrite cinder. However, problems of low recovery rate, pulverization of pellets, and ring formation have been encountered during the industrialization of this process. The effects of various parameters on the volatilization rates of valuable metals and on the compressive strength of roasted ...

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Gold refining by solvent extraction—the Minataur™

2009-8-26  in gold-refining technology, but may be instrumental in initiating important changes in the legislation regulating the marketing of gold in South Africa. Gold of either 99.99% or 99.999% purity can be produced from intermediate process products having a wide range of gold contents. The process comprises oxidative leaching of the solid

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The process design of gold leaching and carbon-in-pulp ...

2009-8-27  concentration of gold in the aqueous phase is typically between 0.001 and 0.02 ppm with a value of 0.01–0.005 ppm regarded as a practically achievable value for most well-designed and operated plants. This represents a gold recovery of 90–99% depending on the tenor of the feed solution. These high recoveries are achieved because the carbon is

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Chlorination roasting-coupled water leaching process for ...

2020-9-5  The present paper reports the effective utilization of marble sludge powder (MSP) for the recovery of potash values from waste mica scrap using chlorination roasting-water leaching method. Characterization studies indicated the presence of dolomite as the major mineral phase in MSP, whereas muscovite and quartz were observed in the mica sample. The acid leaching studies suggest a

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Recycling gold and copper from waste printed circuit ...

2014-12-24  Chlorination is a feasible alternative for the recovery of metallic elements due to the higher dissolution rate, non-polluting character and selective leaching of different metals by controlling the redox potential. In the present study, an efficient and

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Utilization of gold-bearing and iron-rich pyrite cinder ...

2017-11-9  The chlorination−volatilization process has been adopted to make full use of gold-bearing and iron-rich pyrite cinder. However, problems of low recovery rate, pulverization of pellets, and ring formation have been encountered during the industrialization of this process. The effects of various parameters on the volatilization rates of valuable metals and on the compressive strength of ...

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