Dissolution Kinetic and Solvent Extraction of Aluminium From Kaolin

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TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page                                                                                                        i

Certification                                                                                                    ii

Dedication                                                                                                      iii       

Acknowledgement                                                                                          iv

Table of content                                                                                              v

CHAPTER ONE

1.0            Introduction

1.1            Kaolinite

1.1.1       Source of Kaolinite

1.1.2       Uses of Kaolinite

1.1.3       Chemistry of Kaolinite

1.2            Occurrence of Kaolinite

1.3            Aluminum

1.3.1       Physical and chemical characteristic of aluminum

1.3.2       Recycle  of aluminum

1.4            Occurrence of aluminum

1.4.1       Production and refinement of aluminum

1.4.2       Compounds and halides of aluminums

1.5            Application of aluminum

1.5.1       History of aluminum

1.5.2       Etymology of aluminum

1.5.3       Aluminum alloys in structural application

1.6            Alumina

1.6.1       Effect of aluminum on plant

1.6.2       Importance of aluminium to health

1.7            Solvent extraction

1.7.1       Solvent extraction of metal

CHAPTER TWO

2.0            Experimental methods

2.1            Materials

2.1.1       Sample collection

2.1.2       Reagents

2.1.3       Apparatus

2.2            Material and methods

2.2.1       Sample preparation

2.2.1.1            Grinding

2.2.1.2            Pulverilization/particle sizing

2.3            Characteristics of the samples

2.3.1       Aqueous metal analysis

2.4            Physio-analysis

2.4.1       Moisture content

2.4.2       Ash content

2.5            Dissolution and solvent extraction studies

2.5.1       Leaching procedure

2.5.2       Solvent extraction procedure

2.6            Total aluminium analysis

2.6.1       Total iron precipitation

2.6.2       Extraction of aluminum

2.6.3       Stripping process

2.6.4       Aluminum salt production

CHAPTER THREE

3.0            Result and discussion

3.1            Characterization studies

3.1.1       Chemical composition of ore

3.1.2       Photo-micrographic studies

3.1.3        Aqueous metal analysis

3.2            Leaching studies

3.2.1       Effect of HCl concentration

3.2.2       Effect of temperature

3.2.3       Effect of particle sizes

3.2.4       Dissolution kinetic analysis

3.3            Solvent extraction studies

3.3.1       Total iron removal

3.3.2       Solvent extraction of copper

3.3.3       Stripping of aluminum form Dithizone

3.4       Proposal hydrometallurgical scheme

3.5       Conclusions

3.6       Recommendation

3.7       References


CHAPTER ONE

1.0            INTRODUCTION

1.1            Kaolinite

Kaolinite is one of the rare earth compounds that contain high concentration or percent of alumina and silica in the earth crust, and it has the chemical composition Al2Si2O5(OH)4. Rare earth (RE) compounds are “hi-tech” materials used in electronics automotive catalytic converter, glass/ceramic permanent magnets and nuclear energy. High demand/tight supply issues prompt the need for intensive research in the field of rare earth recovery/purification, with emphasis on development of new sources to secure sustainable access to supply in the future. Due to the abundance of Kaolinite in the superficial layers in nature, high specific surface area for adsorption and relatives ease of mining/processing [1].The Kaolinite or rare earths are leached and we can recover high purity and product by solvent extraction. In April 2008, the US Naval medical research institute announced the successful use of a Kaolinite derived aluminosilicate nonoparticles infusion in traditional gauze, known commercially as Quick clot combat Gauze [2]. The purpose of this study is to explain the geochemical principles that govern acid chloride aluminum leaching and to provide a basis for understanding the testing application of acid leaching to the undeveloped resources base [3].

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TOSIN, OGUNMODEDE . "Dissolution Kinetic and Solvent Extraction of Aluminium From Kaolin" Afribary (2021). Accessed August 15, 2022. https://afribary.com/works/dissolution-kinetic-and-solvent-extraction-of-aluminium-from-kaolin