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MIME 352 Hydrochemical Processing (3 credits)

Offered by: Mining & Materials Engineering (Faculty of Engineering)

Overview

Mining & Materials Engineering : Analysis and description of dissolution (leaching), solute separation (solvent extraction, ion exchange, carbon adsorption) and deposition operations (precipitation, crystallization, electrolysis) in aqueous reaction media as these apply to: (i) the hydrometallurgical extraction of metals from primary/secondary sources; (ii) the treatment of effluents and (iii) the production of inorganic materials.

Terms: Fall 2012

Instructors: George Demopoulos (Fall)

  • (3-1.5-4.5)
  • Prerequisites: CHEM 233, MIME 212, MIME 200 or MIME 250, and MIME 356