Electroless recovery of gold chloride using inherently conducting polymersFaculty of Science - Papers (Archive)
AbstractConducting polymers deposited onto reticulated vitreous carbon (RVC) were shown to remove gold from aqueous solutions in a facile and highly efficient fashion. For acidic solutions with initial [AuCl4]- concentrations between 0.1 and 1000 ppm, gold recoveries >90% were obtained. Experiments, conducted using solutions containing 0.1 ppm [AuCl4]-, also demonstrated that the composite materials were significantly more effective at recovering gold than activated carbon. Gold removal from solutions containing [AuCl4]- and much higher concentrations of iron was highly selective.
Citation InformationJie Ding, William E Price, Stephen F Ralph and Gordon G. Wallace. "Electroless recovery of gold chloride using inherently conducting polymers" (2004) p. 681 - 687
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