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Recovery of Lithium From A Montmorillinite-Type Clay.

United States. Bureau of Mines.

Recovery of Lithium From A Montmorillinite-Type Clay.

by United States. Bureau of Mines.

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Written in English


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SeriesReport of investigations (United States. Bureau of Mines) -- 8967
ContributionsLien, R.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21737917M

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Recovery of Lithium From A Montmorillinite-Type Clay by United States. Bureau of Mines. 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 clay sample treated in the investigation contained Wt pct li. The lithium recovery process consisted of several unit operations. The lithium silicate compounds in the clay were converted to li2so4 by roasting a pelletized mixture of clay, limestone, and gypsum at deg. C in a direct-gas-fired rotary roaster.

Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay [microform] / by R.H. Lien ; with an appendix on process economics by D.A. Kramer U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines Pgh. [i.e. Pittsburgh], PA Hectorite-type lithium deposits have a wide distribution, e.g., Egyptian montmorillonite-type clay (bentonite clay) was also reported to contain as high as % Li 2 O, and lithium.

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. 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. Lithium recovery from lithium ion metal oxide battery.

Lithium recovery from the lithium ion metal oxide (LIMO) battery has not been widely investigated. Venkatraman et al. and Endres et al. have reported chemical extraction of lithium from the layered LiNi 1− y − z Co y Mn z O 2 and Li 1+x Mn 2−x O 4−δ, which are the battery. Horstman () and Ashry () reported lithium in various clay minerals.

Tardy and others () showed lithium contents of clay minerals ranging from as low as 7 ppm in some montmorillonites and some kaolinites to as high as 6, ppm in hectorites. Villumsen and Nielsen (), in their study of the Quaternary sediments of eastern.

Table of ContentsWater DisaggregationHydrothermal TreatmentAcid LeachingAcid Pug-Water LeachAlkaline Roast-Water LeachSulfate Roast-Water LeachChloride Roast-Water LeachMultiple-Reagent Roast-Water LeachSulfur Dioxide Atmosphere Roast-Water LeachChlorinating Roast With Hydrochloric AcidLimestone-Gypsum Roast-Water.

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 technique.

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Recovery of lithium from a montmorillonite-type clay / By R. Lien and Deborah A. Kramer. Abstract. Bibliography: p. Mode of access: Internet.

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. Takeuchi. The lithium concentration in the clay was to %, and a typical clay sample containing % lithium was used for extraction tests.

After roasting at °C, a mixture of clay and limestone - gypsum can be leached using water, and up to approximately 90% lithium entered into the solution (Lien, ). 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 short tons of lithium. "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 addition of calcium carbonate to the clay was found to improve the lithium recovery.

Reaction conditions found to affect the lithium recovery were ratio of clay to carbonate, reaction temperature, and HCl concentration. The best conditions for selective chlorination of the lithium were clay-carbonate, ° C, and 20 wt-pct HCl. 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. Most lithium is commercially produced from either the extraction of lithium-containing salts from underground brine reservoirs or the mining of lithium-containing rock, such as spodumene.

Lithium production from clay sources is expected to become commercially viable, though perhaps not until Recovery of lithium from spent lithium-ion batteries has recently been of interest due to increasing demand of portable electronics, electric vehicles and energy storage systems.

Currently few industrial processes recover cobalt, nickel and lithium from battery waste using hydrometallurgical methods.

However, future waste. Lithium clay projects are showing potential with impressive PFS results, low operating expenses, and very fast lithium extraction methods. A look at the major lithium clay projects globally.This study was aimed at recovering lithium from china clay waste using a combination of froth flotation, magnetic separation, roasting and leaching.

The china clay waste produced by Goonvean Ltd contains about % Li2O and % Rb2O, present in .COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle .