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In the current study, electrodeposition-redox replacement was applied to a hydrometallurgical solution with the main elements of Ca (13.8 g L−1), Al (4.7 g L−1), Cu (2.5 g L−1), Zn (1.2 g L−1), Fe (1.2 g L−1), S (1 g L−1), Mg (0.8 g L−1), P (0.5 g L−1) and Ag (3.5 ppm). The solution originated from the leaching experiment of incinerator plant bottom ash, which was dissolved into 2 M HCl media at T = 30 °C. The resulting deposit on the electrode surface was analysed with SEM-EDS and the observed Ag/(Cu + Zn) ratio (0.3) indicated remarkable enrichment of silver on the surface, when compared to the ratio of these elements (Ag/(Cu + Zn)) in the solution (6.8 × 10−5). The enrichment of Ag vs. (Cu + Zn) could be demonstrated to increase ca. 4500 fold compared to the ratio of the elements in solution.
- Bottom ash
- circular economy
- electrodeposition-redox replacement
- silver recovery
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Aji, A., Kalliomäki, T., Seisko, S., Leikola, M., Jafari, S., Hamuyuni, J., Khalid, M. K., Lundström, M., Halli, P., Sinisalo, P., Wilson, B., Revitzer, H., Partinen, J., Wang, Z., Peng, C., Agarwal, V. & Elomaa, H.
01/01/2017 → 30/04/2019
Project: Business Finland: Other research funding