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Regeneration of waste acid from a new ilmenite treatment process by electrodialysis
AuthorBarney, John J.
AdvisorHendrix, James L.
Mining and Metallurgical Engineering
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Waste sulfuric acid was treated by electrodialysis employing anion-exchange membranes. A combination of Japanese membranes and American membranes was found to be capable of regenerating the acid to strengths greater than 50 weight percent.
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