Recycling rare earth elements from waste cathode ray tube phosphors: Experimental study and mechanism analysis

@article{Yin2018RecyclingRE,
  title={Recycling rare earth elements from waste cathode ray tube phosphors: Experimental study and mechanism analysis},
  author={Xiaofei Yin and Xiangmiao Tian and Yufeng Wu and Qijun Zhang and Wei Wang and Bin Li and Yu Gong and Tieyong Zuo},
  journal={Journal of Cleaner Production},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract In this work, we developed a clean and efficient process for recycling rare earth elements from waste CRT phosphors. A mixture of sulfuric acid and hydrogen peroxide was used for the oxidative leaching of the rare earth elements, and the leaching efficiencies of both Y and Eu reached 99% under the optimal leaching conditions: 3 M H2SO4, 4 vol.% H2O2, 55 °C, and 1 h. The S2− was oxidized to S0, which efficiently avoided the sulfur pollution produced by existing technologies. The green… 
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  • Materials Science
    Journal of Cleaner Production
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e-WASTE: Everything an ICT Scientist and Developer Should Know
TLDR
The composition of contemporary electronic devices and the possibilities and difficulties of recycling the elements they contain are surveyed and the knowledge of e-waste issues is crucial also in the scientific world.
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In this work, we developed a green and efficient process for the recovery of rare earths from waste cathode ray tube phosphors. The mixture of hydrochloric acid and hydrogen peroxide was identified
Reclamation and Harmless Treatment of Waste Cathode Ray Tube Phosphors: Novel and Sustainable Design
In this paper, we propose a novel and sustainable process for recycling rare earths (REs) and zinc (Zn) simultaneously from waste cathode ray tube (CRT) phosphors. First, 95% of the impurities such
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Selective extraction and recovery of rare earth metals from phosphor powders in waste fluorescent lamps using an ionic liquid system.
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An effective recovery of the rare earth metals, Y, Eu, La and Ce, from the metal impurities, Fe, Al and Zn, was achieved from the acidic leach solution of phosphor powders using an ionic liquid containing DODGAA as novel extractant system.
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Characterization, recovery potentiality, and evaluation on recycling major metals from waste cathode-ray tube phosphor powder by using sulphuric acid leaching
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Recycling of rare earths from NdFeB magnets using a combined leaching/extraction system based on the acidity and thermomorphism of the ionic liquid [Hbet][Tf2N]
The continuous miniaturization of electric motors, hard disks and wind turbines is causing an increasing demand for high-performance neodymium–iron–boron magnets (NdFeB). The supply risk for the
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Terbium and rare earths recovery from fluorescent powders of exhausted lamps by acid leaching with hydrochloric acid was the objective of this study and the results showed that temperature and pulp density were significant with a positive and negative effect, respectively.
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