Fundamentals of Aqueous Metallurgy
Written as a text for college- and graduate-level instruction, this book discusses the fundamentals of aqueous metallurgy and its applications in mineral processing operations. The physicochemical principles of various water-based processes, including interfacial phenomena, hydrometallurgy, and metallurgical kinetics, are presented.
Fundamentals of Aqueous Metallurgy is a valuable reference for those studying mineral processing, resource recovery, and the corrosion of metals and alloys. It is a practical guide for environmental and chemical engineers, chemists, and mineral processing engineers responsible for mining, processing plant design, and operations. Each chapter offers a series of homework problems, with solutions based on the provided concepts.
By Kenneth N. Han. Published by SME in 2002. 212 pages.
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