Arsenic metallurgy: proceedings of a symposium held during the TMS 2005 Annual Meeting : San Francisco, California, USA, February 13-17, 2005

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Arsenic has long been a problem associated with the extraction of nonferrous metals. During the last decade, a combination of lower-grade ores and environmental concerns has resulted in accelerated technological developments to meet arsenic challenges. This volume presents the necessary technologies to further advance arsenic metallurgy. Treatment of high arsenic-containing ores and metallurgical streams and wastes are given particular attention. Arsenic metallurgical reactions, process, and environmental technologies are also reviewed.

From 2005 TMS Annual Meeting to be held in San Francisco, February 13–17, 2005.

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The Removal of Arsenic from Aqueous Solution by Coprecipitation with
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On the Preparation and Stability of Scorodite
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Arsenic Capacity of Copper Slags
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