Chelating Resins for Selective Separation and Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Low Temperature Geothermal Water

Abstract

Study on the use of organic ligands to extract lanthanides from low temperature geothermal water.

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DOE Project Name: Chelating Resins for Selective Separation and Recovery of Rare Earth Elements from Low Temperature Geothermal Water
DOE Project Number: EE0006749
DOE Project Lead: Arlene Anderson
DOI: 10.15121/1441207
Last Updated: over a year ago
Dec
2016
Data from December, 2016
Submitted Dec 31, 2016

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Carnegie Mellon University


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Jonathan Callura
Carnegie Mellon University

Keywords

geothermal, Rare Earth Element, Lanthanide, Adsorption, mineral revcovery, selective separation, low temp, low temperature, Chelating Resins, Carnegie Mellon, geochemistry, mineralogy, brine, chemical properties, physical properties, composition

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