Separation of copper from metallic and inorganic mixed fractions
Copper was one of the first metals that brought humankind forward in its technological development. It is certainly a metal that is still of great significance in technology today. It is difficult to replace with other metals particularly in the electro-technical field. Virtually all electrical and electro-technical components are manufactured out of a variety of different metals. A homogenous separation of copper requires corresponding knowledge of the hydrometallurgical chemical composition. MME knows the corresponding technological strategies for recovery of copper from secondary raw materials, such as slag and scrap metal. In the discipline of hydrometallurgy there are many technological concepts possible in order to achieve the desired Goal.
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