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Virtual Special Issue of Minerals Engineering

Selected papers have been published over the last few months in various issues of Minerals Engineering. These papers are now grouped together on ScienceDirect as a "Virtual" Special Issue (VSI) and can be viewed and downloaded at ScienceDirect.

Hi-Tech Metals 18 USB


Conference Proceedings

The conference proceedings USB is available by emailing Jon Wills. The cost is £59 which includes postage and contains the following papers:


Keynote Lecture: High technology metals: facts, fiction and recycling
J. Gutzmer, M. Frenzel and M. Reuter (Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology, Germany)

Recycling of high tech metals for reuse in new technology materials
N.J Boxall, K.Y. Cheng (CSIRO Land and Water, Australia) and A.H Kaksonen (CSIRO Land and Water, and University of Western Australia, Australia)

Critical raw materials – advanced recycling technologies and processes
R. Stauber (Fraunhofer ISC, Germany)

e-waste characterization for metal recycling – new application area for automated quantitative mineralogy
N. Reinders, H. Bouzahzah, E. Pirard, P. Giaro (Université de Liège, Belgium) and S.D Graham (Carl Zeiss Microscopy, UK)

A comparison of centrifugal gravity separators for the beneficiation of the Nechalacho REE deposit
C. Marion, R. Li, R. Langlois, I. Rell, K.E. Waters (McGill University, Canada), T. Grammatikopoulos (SGS Inc, Canada), R. Fitzpatrick (Camborne School of Mines, UK) and T. Mildren (Gravity Mining Ltd, UK)

Experimental study on the beneficiation of a lateritic rare earth ore by magnetising roasting and magnetic separation
N. Faris, J. Tardio, S. Bhargava (RMIT University, Australia), R. Ram (Monash University, Australia) and M.I. Pownceby (CSIRO Mineral Resources, Australia)

A physico-chemical investigation into the flotation of rare-earth minerals
C. Marion, R. Li, R. Langlois, E. Houlding, S. Johnston and K.E. Waters (McGill University, Canada)

A new approach in the flotation of monazite using a lanthanum salt as a catalyzer of the carboxylate collector adsorption/activity
A. Geneyton, L.Filippov, N.Menad (Université de Lorraine, France)

Leaching rare earth elements from phosphors recovered from end-of-life fluorescent lamps
L. Bumhira, C. Dorfling and G. Akdogan (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa)

High-purity lithium carbonate from a montebrasite pre-concentrate: applied mineralogy, pyro- and hydrometallurgy
P.F.A. Braga, S.C.A. França (CETEM, Brazil) and R. Neumann (CETEM and Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

An investigation into the role of surface chemistry in spodumene flotation
C. Marion, R. Li, R. Langlois, N. van Noord, O. Kökkiliç and K. Waters (McGill University, Canada)

Production of lithium carbonate from hard rock spodumene ore
P. Tanskanen, P. Lamberg, P. Grönholm, O. Siren and M. Myllymäki (Keliber Ltd., Finland)

Characterization and beneficiation of pyrolyzed black mass: Increasing the recycling rate of spent lithium ion battery
A. Vanderbruggen and M. Rudolph (Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology, Germany)

Evaluating organic acids as alternative leaching reagents for metal recovery from lithium ion batteries
B. Musariri, G. Akdogan, C. Dorfling, S. Bradshaw, N. Snyders (University of Stellenbosch, South Africa), M. Lundström and P. Taskinen (Aalto University, Finland)

A new discovery deserves a new approach - multi-technique geometallurgical characterization of the recently discovered Palokas Prospect cobalt (gold) mineralization, Northern Finland
A.R Butcher (Geological Survey of Finland, Finland), G. Rollinson (Camborne School of Mines, UK), P.W.S.K. Botha (Hippo Geoscience, Australia) and N. Cook (Mawson Resources, Canada)

Hydrometallurgical processing of a complex sulfidic flue dust with focus on the separation of rhenium and molybdenum by solvent extraction
T. Helbig and C. Scharf (Helmholtz Institute Freiberg for Resource Technology, Germany)

Ion exchange recovery of rhenium from copper leach solutions using weakly basic anion exchange resins
J.B. Hiskey (University of Arizona, USA)

A surface chemistry study of niobium-bearing minerals
V. Freire, C. Marion, R. Li, R. Langlois, M. Olivier, E. Houlding and K.E. Waters (McGill University, Canada)



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