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Solvent Extraction of Nitrate from Titanium Leacher Effluent.
Ross-JR; Borrowman-SR; George-DR
NTIS: PB 227 175 :12 pages
The extraction and recovery of nitrate from waste solutions generated in the production of titanium were investigated using solvent extraction techniques. Laboratory studies and continuous tests in a small solvent-extraction system showed that up to 98 percent of the nitrate can be selectively extracted by a solution of tributyl phosphate in kerosine. The extracted nitrate can be recovered as nitric acid, at concentrations suitable for reuse, by stripping the loaded organic with water.
IH; Report of Investigation;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 227 175
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