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Biohydrometallurgical technologies

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The Minerals, Metals & Materials Society , Warrendale, PA
Ralph, B. J., Bacterial leaching -- Congresses., Metallurgy -- Congresses., Microbiology -- Congre
Other titlesBioleaching processes., Fossil energy materials bioremediation, microbial physiology.
Statementedited by A. E. Torma ... [et al.].
ContributionsTorma, Arpad E.
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LC ClassificationsTN688.3.B33 I57 1993
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Pagination2 v. :
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Open LibraryOL21697312M
ISBN 100873392523

Biohydrometallurgical Technologies, Volume I and Biohydrometallurgical technologies book II, 2 Volume Set: Bioleaching Processes, Fossil Energy Materials Bioremediation, Microbial Physiology Hardcover – January 1, by Wy.);Lakshmanan International Symposium on Biohydrometallurgy Jackson Hole (Author)Author: Wy.);Lakshmanan International Symposium on Biohydrometallurgy Jackson Hole.

Book Condition: Biohydrometallurgy: Process Metallurgy 11 part A. One volume pages. Previous owner's name to inside cover page otherwise clean and unmarked. Tight binding. Light shelf wear to. Get this from a library. Biohydrometallurgical technologies: proceedings of an International Biohydrometallurgy Symposium held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, USA, August[Arpad E Torma; J E Wey; V I Lakshmanan; M Lynn Apel; Corale L.

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Different bioleaching technologies have been developed and/or refined during the last 65 years. They include some novel designs tested at laboratory and pilot scale but not finding wide industry acceptance: the flood-drain bioreactor, the aerated trough bioreactor, the airlift bioreactor and the rotating-drum by:   This chapter reviews the use of biohydrometallurgical technology in the recovery of metals from electronic wastes (e-wastes), specifically focusing on copper extraction.

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