Recovery of gold cyanide using inherently conducting polymersFaculty of Science - Papers (Archive)
AbstractRemoval of gold from basic solutions containing [Au(CN)2]- has been demonstrated using the inherently conducting polymer polypyrrole. Polymers containing sulfonated aromatic dopants have been found to display a significant ability to remove gold from such solutions. Experiments performed in solutions containing both gold and copper cyanide complexes indicate that the recovery process is not highly selective. However, the polypyrroles used display significantly faster rates of gold recovery than activated carbon.
Citation InformationJie Ding, William E Price, Stephen F Ralph and Gordon G. Wallace. "Recovery of gold cyanide using inherently conducting polymers" (2003) p. 51 - 55
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