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Removal Of Chrome From Iron Ore

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Fast and Highly Efficient Removal of Chromate from

2014-1-14  Chromium is a high-priority metal pollutant and is generally found in waste waters from leather tanning, electroplating, metal processing, mining of chrome ore,

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Chromium- Drinking Water Contaminants, Facts/Removal

Production of the most water soluble forms of chromium, the chromate and dichromates, was in the range of 250,000 tons in 1992. Though chromium occurs in nature mostly as chrome iron ore and is widely found in soils and plants, it is rare in natural waters.

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Preparation of a novel iron-based biochar composite for

2020-1-8  Chromium (Cr) pollution is mainly from a variety of industries, such as chromium salt production, chrome ore mining, steel alloy production, dye and pigment manufacturing, textile industry, and electroplating (Qi et al. 2016).Generally, There are two forms of Cr in nature, namely Cr(III) and Cr(VI) (Troiano et al. 2013).The toxicity of Cr(III) is relatively small and present in the

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Preparation of Superconcentrate and Chromium Powder

2018-8-20  The resultant iron and magnesium chlorides are removed after washing, and the remaining residue after drying is a super-concentrate with a Cr 2 O 3 content of 74.12% in the case of firing and 77.23% in the case of mechanochemical activation, with a low iron and magnesium content. The possibility of obtaining powder chromium with low content of

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Hexavalent chromium removal from aqueous solution by

2017-7-1  Spent chrome liquors and waste from tanneries contain 2900–4500 and 10–50 mg L −1 of chromium, respectively . In the aquatic environment, chromium exists mainly in its trivalent, Cr(III) and hexavalent, Cr(VI) forms,. Hexavalent chromium is known to be 500 times more toxic than its trivalent counterpart,, . Exposure to Cr(VI) causes

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Alteration of chrome-to-iron ratio in chromite ore by

Although South Africa holds three quarters of the world's chromite ore reserves, the chrome-to-iron (Cr-to-Fe) ratio of the local chromite ores is relatively low (1.47 to 1.55), compared to other deposits in the world (2.6 to 3.5). Additionally, iron is more readily reduced than chromium. The combination of these two factors implies that

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ESTIMATION OF IRON (Fe) BY WET CHEMICAL METHOD

As evident from table 1, removal of vanadium prior to titration is of significant importance in estimation of total iron in vanadium containing iron ores. Potassium dichromate, being a strong oxidizing agent in acid medium, can simultaneously oxidize vanadium and iron (II) thereby leading to higher dichromate consumption and erroneous results.

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Effects of co-existing ions and natural organic matter on

2013-2-15  This study describes the chromium (VI) removal in aqueous solution by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI)-Fe 3 O 4 nanocomposites, which were prepared by a novel in situ reduction method. The effects of several factors, including ionic strength, temperature, co-existing anions and cations and natural organic matters were evaluated.

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Fast and Highly Efficient Removal of Chromate from

2014-1-14  Chromium is a high-priority metal pollutant and is generally found in waste waters from leather tanning, electroplating, metal processing, mining of chrome ore, etc. (Li et al. 2009; Prasad et al. 2011).In aquatic environment, Cr is present in several

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Removal of chromium(VI) from wastewater by nanoscale

2011-11-1  The removal efficiency was found to increase quite slowly from 47% at 1 min to 59% at 2 h by using bare nZVI nanoparticles, possibly due to the aggregation and oxidation of iron particles. By using nZVI-activated carbon, the 2 h removal efficiency increased only to

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Chromite Beneficiation Process

2016-4-12  Chromite Ore Crushing. The crushing section for this 250 ton per day chrome mill consists of a coarse ore grizzly, a coarse ore bin with pan feeder to a 1’8″ reduction crusher and a crusher discharge conveyor to a crushed ore bin. On this particular ore,

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Preparation of a novel iron-based biochar composite for

2020-1-8  Chromium (Cr) pollution is mainly from a variety of industries, such as chromium salt production, chrome ore mining, steel alloy production, dye and pigment manufacturing, textile industry, and electroplating (Qi et al. 2016).Generally, There are two forms of Cr in nature, namely Cr(III) and Cr(VI) (Troiano et al. 2013).The toxicity of Cr(III) is relatively small and present in the

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Effects of co-existing ions and natural organic matter on

2013-2-15  This study describes the chromium (VI) removal in aqueous solution by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI)-Fe 3 O 4 nanocomposites, which were prepared by a novel in situ reduction method. The effects of several factors, including ionic strength, temperature, co-existing anions and cations and natural organic matters were evaluated.

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Low cost adsorbents for the removal of organic pollutants

2012-12-30  Chrome red dye adsorption was investigated by Gupta et al. (1988) using locally available fly ash. They reported 99% removal from 5 mg L −1 solution within 2 h time. Further, the same group (Gupta et al., 1990) demonstrated complete removal of chrome red dye from 10 mg L −1 initial concentration by a mixture of fly ash and coal in a 1:1 blend.

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A Comparative Study of Raw and Metal Oxide

2017-4-10  The present study reports the use of raw, iron oxide, and aluminum oxide impregnated carbon nanotubes (CNTs) for the adsorption of hexavalent chromium (Cr(VI)) ions from aqueous solution. The raw CNTs were impregnated with 1% and 10% loadings (weight %) of iron oxide and aluminum oxide nanoparticles using wet impregnation technique.

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Use of slag for dye removal ScienceDirect

1998-1-1  For anionic dyes, however, the removals were much better and were as high as 74% for Acid Red 91, over an equilibrium time of 18 h. For Acid Blue 29, slag showed removals of 46% after 6h. Slag was highly effective in Disperse dye removal with removals for Disperse Red 1 as high as 94% in 7h. The removals exhibited by slag for each of the four

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Process effluents and mine tailings: sources, effects and

2016-12-19  They demonstrated that nanosized iron oxide particles can be synthesized from synthetic AMD water using fuel cell technologies and further used as pigments and other applications. Giri et al. studied synthesis and characterization of magnetite nanoparticles using waste iron ore tailings for removal of dyes from aqueous solution. They suggested

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Difference Between Iron Ore and Iron Compare the

2011-6-14  Iron is extracted from its ore through removal of oxygen, which is a process called its reduction. Another process is through blast furnace where the ore is heated with carbon (coke). Iron thus produced using coke in blast furnaces is called pig iron, while iron produced through direct reduction is called sponge iron.

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Fast and Highly Efficient Removal of Chromate from

2014-1-14  Chromium is a high-priority metal pollutant and is generally found in waste waters from leather tanning, electroplating, metal processing, mining of chrome ore, etc. (Li et al. 2009; Prasad et al. 2011).In aquatic environment, Cr is present in several

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Removal of chromium(VI) from wastewater by nanoscale

2011-11-1  The removal efficiency was found to increase quite slowly from 47% at 1 min to 59% at 2 h by using bare nZVI nanoparticles, possibly due to the aggregation and oxidation of iron particles. By using nZVI-activated carbon, the 2 h removal efficiency increased only to

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Chromite Beneficiation Process

2016-4-12  Chromite Ore Crushing. The crushing section for this 250 ton per day chrome mill consists of a coarse ore grizzly, a coarse ore bin with pan feeder to a 1’8″ reduction crusher and a crusher discharge conveyor to a crushed ore bin. On this particular ore,

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Preparation of a novel iron-based biochar composite for

2020-1-8  Chromium (Cr) pollution is mainly from a variety of industries, such as chromium salt production, chrome ore mining, steel alloy production, dye and pigment manufacturing, textile industry, and electroplating (Qi et al. 2016).Generally, There are two forms of Cr in nature, namely Cr(III) and Cr(VI) (Troiano et al. 2013).The toxicity of Cr(III) is relatively small and present in the

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Removal of chromium from industrial effluents using

2017-7-11  The presence of chromium in industrial effluents has become a huge problem worldwide as hexavalent chromium is highly toxic to animals due to its ability to generate reactive oxygen species in cells. The trivalent state of chromium, on the other hand, is significantly less toxic and also serves as an essential element in trace amounts. When industries such as electroplating, tannery, dyeing

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Effects of co-existing ions and natural organic matter on

2013-2-15  This study describes the chromium (VI) removal in aqueous solution by nanoscale zero-valent iron (nZVI)-Fe 3 O 4 nanocomposites, which were prepared by a novel in situ reduction method. The effects of several factors, including ionic strength, temperature, co-existing anions and cations and natural organic matters were evaluated.

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Low cost adsorbents for the removal of organic pollutants

2012-12-30  Chrome red dye adsorption was investigated by Gupta et al. (1988) using locally available fly ash. They reported 99% removal from 5 mg L −1 solution within 2 h time. Further, the same group (Gupta et al., 1990) demonstrated complete removal of chrome red dye from 10 mg L −1 initial concentration by a mixture of fly ash and coal in a 1:1 blend.

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Home SMC Power Generation Ltd.

Sponge iron ia a productof the solid state reduction of iron ore/ billets which helps in removal of oxygen from the iron ore and converts into metallics form. BILLETS The Sponge iron is converted into liquid metal in the Steel Melting Shop and further casted in to Billets and Blooms at the continuous Caster.

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Process effluents and mine tailings: sources, effects and

2016-12-19  They demonstrated that nanosized iron oxide particles can be synthesized from synthetic AMD water using fuel cell technologies and further used as pigments and other applications. Giri et al. studied synthesis and characterization of magnetite nanoparticles using waste iron ore tailings for removal of dyes from aqueous solution. They suggested

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Difference Between Iron Ore and Iron Compare the

2011-6-14  Iron is extracted from its ore through removal of oxygen, which is a process called its reduction. Another process is through blast furnace where the ore is heated with carbon (coke). Iron thus produced using coke in blast furnaces is called pig iron, while iron produced through direct reduction is called sponge iron.

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Removal Of Chrome From Iron Ore