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Flash method may allow quick recovery of precious metals from e-waste. Flash Joule heating process. (Image by Jeff Fitlow, courtesy of …

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Investigating the hexavalent chromium removal from aqueous ...

Human resources to produce chromium include paints 10, mining 11, plating 12 ... it is required and essential to apply appropriate methods and develop new methods instead of the old chemical and ...

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Using Peroxide Fusions for the ICP-OES Analysis of ...

Chromite is an iron chromium oxide mineral (FeCr 2 O 4), which is a source of commercial importance.It contains 68% of chromic oxide (Cr 2 O 3), wherein the proportions of Fe 2+, Fe 3+, Mg 2+, Cr 3+ and Al 3+ may differ significantly. Chromite produces Ferrochrome, which plays a key role in the steel industry.

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Novel Method for Producing Chromic Oxide without ...

Chromic oxide (Cr2O3) is one of the most important chromic salts and is widely used in industrial applications. Traditionally, Cr2O3 is prepared from chromium trioxide (CrO3) or sodium dichromate (Na2Cr2O7), both of which are manufactured from chromite ore. However, traditional manufacturing processes are time-consuming, inefficient, and energy-consuming, …

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Hexavalent Chromium Factsheet

Hexavalent chromium is a form of the metallic element . chromium. Chromium is a naturally occurring element found in rocks, animals, plants, soil, and volcanic dust and gases. It comes in several different forms, including trivalent chromium and hexavalent chromium. Trivalent chromium is often referred to as chromium (III) and

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Toxic Mechanisms of Five Heavy Metals: Mercury, Lead ...

Methods. This review provides context and specific overview of the currently available research data on the toxic mechanisms of heavy metals. It was aimed at reviewing the toxic effects and mechanisms of five main heavy metals including mercury, lead, cadmium, chromium, and arsenic.

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Chromite (Cr2FeO4) | CrFeO4 - PubChem

A wide variety of mining technology is applied to the surface and subsurface mining of chromite ore. Most ore comes from large mechanized mines. However, small labor-intensive mining operations contribute to world supply. Recovery includes surface and underground mining using unmechanized to mechanized methods.

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US5304710A - Method of detoxification and stabilization of ...

A method for treating chromium ore waste contaminated soils by detoxification, fixation, immobilization and stabilization comprising the steps of soil grinding, pre-activating, reducing chromium valiancy, forming insoluble metal hydroxides, and incapsulating the chromium compounds containing agglomerates to prevent potential chromium leaching from the soil …

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Chromium-Cr | Brooks Applied Labs

Chromium (Cr) is a polyvalent element and can exist in several distinct oxidation states, but only trivalent chromium [Cr(III)] and hexavalent chromium [Cr(VI)] occur with any frequency in the natural environment. The mobility, bioavailability, and toxicity of chromium largely depend on which of these two chemical species is prevalent. The speciation of chromium is determined …

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Chromite mining pollution, environmental impact, toxicity ...

Chromite mining activities are indispensable for production of goods and services. Sukinda is a major mining site of Odisha, India, polluted by chromium, which is highly toxic in its hexavalent form. The Sukinda valley is a rich source of chromites, amounting to almost 95% of Cr available in India, and is the fourth most polluted site worldwide. Immediate …

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Chromite Ore - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Chromium metal is obtained commercially by heating chromite ore in the presence of carbon, aluminum, or silicon, and subsequent purification (ATSDR, 2000). Sodium chromate and dichromate are produced by roasting chromite ore with soda ash and are the primary chromium salts from which most other chromium compounds are derived (ATSDR, 2000).

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Strategies for Removal of Hexavalent Chromium from ...

For this vast use of chromite, the chromite mining is an important process. However, there is always a possibility of chromium contamination of water bodies by the utilization industries. Chromium exists in two stable states, i.e. hexavalent chromium (Cr VI) and trivalent chromium (Cr III) of which Cr(VI) is the most toxic form.

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CN103074491A - Method for extracting and separating copper ...

The invention discloses a method for extracting and separating copper, chromium and nickel from an acid leaching solution, and relates to a method for separating copper, chromium and nickel from the acid leaching solution containing copper, chromium and nickel resources during a hydrometallurgy process. The technological process of the method comprises the following …

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Chromium Pollution in European Water, Sources, Health Risk ...

These include mining and metal works, steel and metal alloys production, paint manufacturing, wood and paper processing, dyeing, and raising the chromium content in wastewater [14,15,16]. In addition, the fall out of ashes produced by the incineration of coal or municipal waste for energy generation and the production of second-generation ...

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SIPS2015 - Assessment of Hexavalent Chromium in Ground ...

Sukinda Valley, the 4th most polluted region in the world, present in the triangular sketch of Jajpur, Dhenkanal and Keonjhar district of Odisha state, contributes to around 97% of the total chromium deposits in India. Among the 17 mining leases in the valley, 13 are operational. Of the 13 operational mines, 11 are opencast and rest underground.

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Process for extracting chromium from chromium ores ...

I claim: 1. A process for extracting chromium in the form of a chromate from ore or concentrate by the suspension oxidation thereof to the chromate state which comprises suspending finely crushed ore or concentrate containing the chromium in a molten liquid bed of an alkali metal salt in the ratio of 1 part by weight of ore to 5 to 20 parts by weight of salt; subjecting the …

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Chapter 6.4 Chromium - World Health Organization

chromium in urine and blood (range 10–1000 µg/litres) as well as from air samples (8,10). However, this method does not permit speciation of chromium. The calorimetric method traditionally employed, using the violet complex of 1,5-diphenylcarbazide, is still used for analysing chromium in urine.

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Wear Behaviors of Carbon–Chromium Carbide–Chromium ...

Carbon–chromium carbide–chromium multilayer coatings were deposited by utilizing reactive high-power impulse magnetron sputtering with alternating various ratios of ethyne and argon mixtures under a constant total deposition pressure, target pulse frequency, pulse duty cycle, average chromium target power, and total deposition time.

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Minerals and Power Resources Types of Minerals Class Eight ...

Mining: The process of taking out minerals buried under the rocks is called mining. There are two main methods of mining, viz. open-cast mining and shaft mining. Open Cast Mining: When minerals are taken out by removing the surface layer, the process is called open-cast mining. Minerals which lie at shallow depths are extracted by this process.

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Locating and Estimating Sources of Chromium

EPA-450/4-84-007G July 1984 Locating and Estimating Air Emissions From Sources of Chromium U.S ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Office of Air and Radiation

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SIPS2015 - Assessment of Hexavalent Chromium in Ground ...

Sukinda Valley, the 4th most polluted region in the world, present in the triangular sketch of Jajpur, Dhenkanal and Keonjhar district of Odisha state, contributes to around 97% of the total chromium deposits in India. Among the 17 mining leases in the valley, 13 are operational. Of the 13 operational mines, 11 are opencast and rest underground. The extensive production of …

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Case Study: Chromite mining and processing

Case Study: Chromite mining and health concerns 5 Chromium mining and processing In nature, chromium is found as chromite ore, composed of elemental iron, oxygen and chromium (FeOCr 2 O 3). 1,2 heavily in about a 700 m vicinity around the Countries with commercially significant chromite mines include Russia, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Turkey, the

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Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium by Viable Cells of ...

Mining activities in and around chromite mines, in general, lead to the generation of huge amount of overburden material as well as accumulation of mine seepage waters, which are the main sources of chromium pollution of inland fresh water and farm lands in the vicinity of the mining sites.

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Adsorption of Chromium (VI) by Cu (I)-MOF in Water ...

Mineral mining, electroplating, leather tanning, and other industrial processes have resulted in a large amount of wastewater containing chromium . It has been listed as a carcinogen by the International Agency for Research on Cancer of the World Health Organization [ 2 ].

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Chromium Mining, Chromium Mine, Chromium Mines, Metal ...

Chromium. Chromium is a chemical element which is denoted by the symbol Cr and its atomic number is 24. It is a steel-gray, radiant, hard metal that show cases a high polished surface and has a high end melting point. It is also odorless, bland, and pliable. During the 1800s chromium metal was mainly utilized as a element of paints and in ...

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Extraction of Chromium from Chromite Ore

The average grade of the metallurgical chromite ore was 43.4 pct Cr2O3, with 52 pct of the ore having a chromium-to-iron ratio of 3:1 or over, 17.6 pct having a ratio between 2:1 and 3:1, and 30.4 pct having a ratio less than 2:1. Chemical-grade chromite ore generally ranged from 40 to 46 pct Cr2O3 with a chromium-to-iron ratio of 1.5:1 to 2:1.

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Zeerust Chromium Mine In North West, South Africa | The ...

The Zeerust Chromium Mine is in North West, South Africa. The site was first discovered in 1942. The Zeerust Chromium Mine is a surface and underground mining operation. Initial production took place in 1950 and overall output was considered to be medium size. Mine operations consist of 4 distinct surface and underground workings extending 750 ...

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Chromium Ore - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Knowledge of the chromium ore minerals proper and their associated rocks-forming minerals is needed to explore new chromite fields and to predict the efficiency of individual methods for the beneficiation of chromite ores. It is important also to know the physicochemical properties of individual mineral fractions of chromite ores and preparation of ore (or concentrates) for …

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Chromium in Drinking-water - WHO

Methods for the determination of chromium in biological and environmental samples are developing rapidly, and all early results (especially for the lower chromium levels) should be interpreted with caution. 2 Many techniques can be used for the determination of total chromium, including atomic

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Chromite mining - The Oregon Encyclopedia

Chromite is a mineral that contains chromium. It is considered a strategic mineral, which generally means that it is necessary for military and industrial use during periods of national emergency. The strategic mineral concept was created during World War I and became law just prior to World War II with the passage of the Strategic Minerals Act ...

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chromium ore mining process

chromite reserve and it is exploited mostly by opencast mining process since 1950. Hexavalent chromium is a highly toxic form of chromium metal mainly used in different industrial applications for its anticorrosive properties.Due to open cast mining process lots of over burden are being generated and leaching from this over burden adds

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Geology of the PGE Deposits in the Bushveld Complex, South ...

Mining of the BC occurs as both underground and open pit operations, with extraction taking place from 1-5 km depth. Much of the deeper ore is still intact. Open pit mining is carried out using the truck and shovel method. Underground mining occurs via the conventional room and pillar and breast mining methods with various levels of mechanization.

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Efficient Process for the Production of Cr2O3 from ...

Chromium salts are an important inorganic chemical product. However, their production comes with serious drawbacks in terms of environmental damage and resource utilization. To address these issues and investigate a cleaner production method of chromium salts, a paper has been published in Process Safety and Environmental Protection.

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Chromium Mining | Processing Equipment | Flow Chart ...

Beneficiation is necessary when chromite mineral is mixed with other minerals because of geologic conditions or when mechanized mining methods are nonselective. Uses Chromium is alloyed (that is, mixed) with steel to make it corrosion-resistant or harder. An example is its use in the production of stainless steel, a bright, shiny steel that is ...

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Hexavalent Chromium - Eurofins USA

Hexavalent Chromium. Eurofins has been performing hexavalent chromium testing for more than 15 years, and was one of the first labs to be accredited by ELAP for hexavalent chromium analysis, with analysis of well over 50,000 samples during that time period. On July 1, 2014, the State of California adopted the first in the nation standard for ...

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Environmental Scenario of Chromite Mining at Sukinda ...

2. Environmental Impact of Chromite Mining in Sukinda Valley Chromium exists in two stable states, i.e. hexavalent chromium (Cr+6) and trivalent chromium (Cr+3) of which (Cr+6) is the most toxic form. Trivalent chromium does not induce any harmful effect, when fed in water or food to living organisms. Cr+6 beyond

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