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August 1988, Volume 40, Issue 8, pp 36-39
Date: 26 Oct 2012
Utilizing Iron Residues from Zinc Production in the U.S.S.R.
When zinc calcine leach residues are subjected to conventional hydro-metallurgical treatment, iron is removed from the production circuit in the
form of jarosite or goethite. A combined hydrometallurgical treatment of zinc calcine and zinc oxide fume leach residues applied at a zinc plant
in the U.S.S.R. produces potassium jarosite containing undesirable impurities of 1.52.0 wt.% Zn, 0.20.3 wt.% Cu, 0.20.6 wt.% Pb, 0.005
0.01 wt. % Cd and 2729 wt. % Fe. After some study, it was found that low-contaminant jarosite can be used in iron-oxide pigments and in
cement clinker production. Methods for manufacturing such products have been developed and tested on a pilot-plant scale, and commercial tests
are in progress. The investigations carried out for low-contaminantjarosite utilization resulted not only in the development of a wasteless and
environmentally acceptable technology for zinc calcine treatment, but made it possible to recover one more valuable componentironfrom
zinc raw materials.
V.M. Piskunov is chief of the research laboratory of the All Union Scientific Research Institute for Nonferrous Metals, Ust-Kamenogorsk, in the
Soviet Union.
A.F. Matveev is senior scientist of the research laboratory of the All Union Scientific Research Institute for Nonferrous Metals, Ust-
Kamenogorsk, in the Soviet Union.
A.S. Yaroslavtsev is an assistant head of the Scientific Technical Department of the Ministry of Nonferrous Metallurgy, Moscow, in the Soviet
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