Copper removal from an effluent generated by a plastics chromium-plating industry using a rotating cylinder electrode (RCE) reactor.

@article{Rivera2008CopperRF,
  title={Copper removal from an effluent generated by a plastics chromium-plating industry using a rotating cylinder electrode (RCE) reactor.},
  author={Fernando F. Rivera and I Huerta Gonz{\'a}lez and Jos{\'e} L. Nava},
  journal={Environmental technology},
  year={2008},
  volume={29 8},
  pages={817-25}
}
This work shows the application of a rotating cylinder electrode (RCE) in the removal of Cu(II) content from an effluent generated by a plastics chromium-plating industry, on the laboratory scale; in particular, it deals with rinse water from the electrolytic copper process. This process was designed to convert cupric ions in solution to metal powder. The generation of metal powders in the RCE was achieved at Reynolds numbers between 52925 and 83183 and limiting current densities (J(L)) in the… CONTINUE READING

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