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Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay

R. H. Lien

Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay

by R. H. Lien

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Published by U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines in Pittsburgh, Pa .
Written in English

    Places:
  • McDermitt Caldera Complex (Nev. and Or.)
    • Subjects:
    • Lithium -- Metallurgy.,
    • Leaching.,
    • Roasting (Metallurgy),
    • Montmorillonite -- McDermitt Caldera Complex (Nev. and Or.)

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: p. 15-16.

      Statementby R.H. Lien ; with an appendix on process economics by D.A. Kramer.
      SeriesReport of investigations ;, 8967, Report of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) ;, 8967.
      ContributionsKramer, Deborah A.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTN23 .U43 no. 8967, TN799.L57 .U43 no. 8967
      The Physical Object
      Paginationii, 26 p. :
      Number of Pages26
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2663029M
      LC Control Number85600040

      Bentonite clay is a type of healing clay made from aged volcanic ash. It gets its name from the largest and most popular clay deposit nestled near Fort Benton, Wyoming, and it has been used since ancient times as a treatment for a variety of health :// The main objective of this work was to evaluate the potential of Montmorillonite nanoclay (Mt), readily and inexpensively available, for the simultaneous adsorption (and removal) of two classes of pollutants: metal ions and dyes. The attention was focused on two “model” pollutants: Ce(III) and crystal violet (CV). The choice is due to the fact that they are widespread in wastewaters of

      Recovery of lithium from clay by selective chlorination. [C F Davidson] Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: C F Davidson. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Description:   Sodium montmorillonite is a naturally occurring clay and hence its properties and composition can vary. It falls into the smectite group and is largely used for

      edlund, v. e. lime-gypsum processing of mcdermitt clay for lithium recovery. BUMINES RI , , 15 PP. Reference Category: Deposit A processing of El-Fayoum montmorillonite-type clay was carried out by leaching with commercial sulphuric acid using a ball mill type autoclave. This process yields lithium sulfate which can be used either for production of lithium carbonate or lithium


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Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay by R. H. Lien Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lien, R.H. Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay. Pittsburgh, Pa.: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of The Bureau of Mines investigated a roast-leach process for recovering a marketable lithium product from a montmorillonite-type clay deposit located on the Nevada-Oregon border.

The clay sample treated in the investigation contained Wt pct li. The lithium recovery process consisted of several unit :// Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay [microform] / by R.H. Lien ; with an appendix on process economics by Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay book.

Kramer U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of   The processing of El-Fayoum montmorillonite-type clay deposits is attained through leaching with commercial sulfuric acid using a ball-mill-type autoclave. This process yields lithium sulfate, which can be used either for the production of lithium carbonate or to produce lithium metal.

The effects of temperature, grain size, and sulfuric acid concentration and leaching on lithium recovery as Recovery of Lithium from Montmorillonite-type clay.

Jan ; ; Lien R.H () Recovery of Lithium from Montmorillonite-type clay. Bu Mines RI pp Book. BIOTECHNOLOGY APPLIED TO Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): (external link) http   "The Bureau of Mines investigated a roast-leach process for recovering a marketable lithium product from a montmorillonite-type clay deposit located on the Nevada-Oregon border.

The clay sample treated in the investigation contained Wt pct li. The lithium recovery process consisted of   lithium-bearing smectite from the Green River Formation in Utah that is of probable lacustrine origin.

Glanzman and others () described lithium-rich fluviatile-lacustrine sediments near McDermitt, Nev., which contained clays with as much as percent lithium. Norton () reported a lithium-bearing montmorillonite from leaching. So that, lithium recovery reached 90% at o. C after 90 minutes [4].

So, in this research will aim to effect temperature on the lithium recovery for water leaching process. Materials and Method. Raw material was the Montmorillonite-Containing Clay   "The Bureau of Mines investigated a roast-leach process for recovering a marketable lithium product from a montmorillonite-type clay deposit located on the Nevada-Oregon border.

The clay sample treated in the investigation contained Wt pct li. Th This invention relates to the separation of lithium from lithium-containing materials, primarily ores such as hectoritic montmorillonite, having about to percent lithium by weight.

The process comprises reducing the particle size of the material to less than about microns; slurrying the particles with an aqueous base consisting of carbonates or hydroxides of sodium or potassium   Montmorillonite The most common smectite is Montmorillinite, with a general chemical formula: (1⁄2Ca,Na)(Al,Mg,Fe) 4 (Si,Al) 8 O 20 (OH) 4 Montmorillinite, however, is a dangerous type of clay to encounter if it is found in tunnels or road cuts.

Because of its expandable nature, it can lead to serious slope or wall ://   Clay mineral is an important material available in nature. With an increasing understanding of clay structure, montmorillonite is realized viable for an enhanced performance in a variety of materials and products in the areas of catalysis, food additive, antibacterial function, polymer, sorbent, etc.

Significant development in the use and application of montmorillonite is seen in recent :// 2 days ago  Bentonite / Montmorillonite Clay Powder.

Bentonite / Montmorillonite Clay Powder. Physical Properties. The vast majority of the montmorillonites occurring in abundance world wide are of the calcium type and referred to as calcium bentonites. The name montmorillonite originates from a discovery made at Montmorillon in :// deposit.

davidson, c. recovery of lithium from clay by selective chlorination. bumines ri, 19 pp. deposit. edlund, v. lime-gypsum ?dep_id=   Among the sedimentary clay type of lithium resources, the jadarite-type and hectorite-type deposits are widely known.

Jadarite is a kind of lithium-boron-containing mineral found in the Jadar lithium deposit, Serbia, which has been estimated to be a resource of lithium averaging % lithium (Kesler et al.,Mohr et al., ).

Calcium montmorillonite, the second type of montmorillonite, is also known as "living clay" for it principally consists of minerals that enhance the production of enzymes in all living organisms. California Earth Minerals calcium montmorillonite is the preferred choice to use for soil, plants, animals and humans, especially when ingested, hence LITHIUM AND ITS RECOVERY FROM LOW-GRADE NEVADA CLAYS By L.

Crocker,' R. Lien,2 and Others ABSTRACT The Bureau of Mines investigated processes for recovering a marketable lithium product from the montmorillonite-type clays of the McDermitt caldera.

The clay deposit, located on the Nevada-Oregon border, is estimated to contain over 3 million://metadc/m1/7. Processes were investigated for recovering a marketable lithium product from the montmorillonite-type clays of the McDermitt caldera. Limestone-gypsum roasting and selective chlorination proved most successful for extracting lithium from the clays; pct Li recovery was achieved using either ://   This study aims to achieve cost reduction by extracting lithium from boron clays using natural (limestone–clay) materials and waste of boric acid production as a source of gypsum.

Statistical modelling of the extraction process has enabled 18% increase. Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay [microform] / by R.H. Lien ; with an appendix on p The properties of and analytical methods for detection of LiOH and Li₂CO₃ [microform] / Dr.

Guna Sel Lithium D cell study [microform]: final report, contract no. NAS / P. Size, E. TakeuchiThe clay deposit, located on the Nevada- Oregon border, is estimated to contain over 3 million short tons of lithium.

Limestone-gypsum roasting and selective chlorination proved most successful for extracting lithium from the clays; pct li recovery was achieved using either technique. With both processes, lithium silicate in the clay was   Processes were investigated for recovering a marketable lithium product from the montmorillonite-type clays of the McDermitt caldera.

Limestone-gypsum roasting and selective chlorination proved most successful for extracting lithium from the clays; pct Li recovery was achieved using either ://