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Gao Z.,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences | Gao Z.,Key Laboratory of Evaluation and Multipurpose Utilization of Polymetallic Ore | Gao Z.,Key Laboratory of Comprehensive Utilization of Gold Resource in Henan Province | Zhang B.,Chinese Academy of Geological Sciences | And 11 more authors.
Green Processing and Synthesis | Year: 2015

In order to extract molybdenum (Mo) from alkali leaching solution of low-grade Mo concentrate, static and dynamic ion exchange experiments were performed. The static experiments results indicated that the adsorption capacity of D201 resins reached 93.50% at pH 3.5, while the adsorption capacity of D314 resins was 95.47%. Therefore, D314 resin was adopted for further experiments. The dynamic experiments results indicated that the adsorption capacity of Mo reached 96.77% when the flow rate of leaching solution was 1 ml/min. The loaded resin could be desorbed by 10% ammonia solution. In consequence, the maximum concentration of Mo in eluate was 122 g/l. In the precipitation process, the Mo recovery reached 97.81%, and the obtained Mo oxide products met the requirement of YMo 55 national standard in GB/T24482-2009 and Grade A standard of ASTM A146-04 (2014). © by De Gruyter 2015. Source

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