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Detection and Recovery of Palladium, Gold and Cobalt Metals from the Urban Mine Using Novel Sensors/Adsorbents Designated with Nanoscale Wagon-wheel-shaped Pores

DOI :

10.3791/53044-v

10:31 min

December 6th, 2015

December 6th, 2015

27,615 Views

1National Institute for Materials Science, Japan, 2Graduate School for Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University, 3Center for Research in Isotopes and Environmental Dynamics, Tsukuba University

Because of the importance and extensive use of palladium, gold and cobalt metals in high-technology equipment, their recovery and recycling constitute an important industrial challenge. The metal recovery system described herein is a simple, low-cost means for the effective detection, removal, and recovery of these metals from the urban mine.

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