Biomass-Assisted Reductive Leaching in H2SO4 Medium for the Recovery of Valuable Metals from Spent Mixed-Type Lithium-Ion Batteries

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Biomass-Assisted Reductive Leaching in H2SO4 Medium for the Recovery of Valuable Metals from Spent Mixed-Type Lithium-Ion Batteries. / Chen , Yongming; Chang, Di; Liu, Nannan; Hu, Fang; Peng, Chao; Zhou, Xiaoyuan; He, Jing; Jie, Yafei; Wang, Henghui; Wilson, Benjamin P.; Lundström, Mari.

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Chen , Yongming ; Chang, Di ; Liu, Nannan ; Hu, Fang ; Peng, Chao ; Zhou, Xiaoyuan ; He, Jing ; Jie, Yafei ; Wang, Henghui ; Wilson, Benjamin P. ; Lundström, Mari. / Biomass-Assisted Reductive Leaching in H2SO4 Medium for the Recovery of Valuable Metals from Spent Mixed-Type Lithium-Ion Batteries. In: JOM. 2019.

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title = "Biomass-Assisted Reductive Leaching in H2SO4 Medium for the Recovery of Valuable Metals from Spent Mixed-Type Lithium-Ion Batteries",
abstract = "A hydrometallurgical method involving natural biomass waste as reductantwas proposed for the treatment of spent mixed-type lithium-ion batteries.Results showed that almost complete dissolution of Li, Ni, Mn and nearly 90{\%}dissolution of Co were achieved under the optimal conditions of H2SO4 concentration of 2 M, waste tea biomass dosage of 0.3 g/g, solid/ratio of 50 g L¯1, temperature of 90ºC and time of 120 min. The leaching kinetics was furtherinvestigated, and the activation energies were determined to be 1.7 kJ mol¯1,10.3 kJ mol¯1, 10.1 kJ mol¯1 and 10.9 kJ mol¯1 for Li, Ni, Mn and Co,respectively. The cathode materials before leaching and the leaching residuewere characterized with different analytical methods. The characterizationresults confirmed that the addition of the waste tea acted as reductant andresulted in better dissolution of the metals, supporting the principles of sustainable processes by decreasing the chemical consumption and integratingwaste into a secondary use.",
author = "Yongming Chen and Di Chang and Nannan Liu and Fang Hu and Chao Peng and Xiaoyuan Zhou and Jing He and Yafei Jie and Henghui Wang and Wilson, {Benjamin P.} and Mari Lundstr{\"o}m",
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AU - Chen , Yongming

AU - Chang, Di

AU - Liu, Nannan

AU - Hu, Fang

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AU - Jie, Yafei

AU - Wang, Henghui

AU - Wilson, Benjamin P.

AU - Lundström, Mari

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N2 - A hydrometallurgical method involving natural biomass waste as reductantwas proposed for the treatment of spent mixed-type lithium-ion batteries.Results showed that almost complete dissolution of Li, Ni, Mn and nearly 90%dissolution of Co were achieved under the optimal conditions of H2SO4 concentration of 2 M, waste tea biomass dosage of 0.3 g/g, solid/ratio of 50 g L¯1, temperature of 90ºC and time of 120 min. The leaching kinetics was furtherinvestigated, and the activation energies were determined to be 1.7 kJ mol¯1,10.3 kJ mol¯1, 10.1 kJ mol¯1 and 10.9 kJ mol¯1 for Li, Ni, Mn and Co,respectively. The cathode materials before leaching and the leaching residuewere characterized with different analytical methods. The characterizationresults confirmed that the addition of the waste tea acted as reductant andresulted in better dissolution of the metals, supporting the principles of sustainable processes by decreasing the chemical consumption and integratingwaste into a secondary use.

AB - A hydrometallurgical method involving natural biomass waste as reductantwas proposed for the treatment of spent mixed-type lithium-ion batteries.Results showed that almost complete dissolution of Li, Ni, Mn and nearly 90%dissolution of Co were achieved under the optimal conditions of H2SO4 concentration of 2 M, waste tea biomass dosage of 0.3 g/g, solid/ratio of 50 g L¯1, temperature of 90ºC and time of 120 min. The leaching kinetics was furtherinvestigated, and the activation energies were determined to be 1.7 kJ mol¯1,10.3 kJ mol¯1, 10.1 kJ mol¯1 and 10.9 kJ mol¯1 for Li, Ni, Mn and Co,respectively. The cathode materials before leaching and the leaching residuewere characterized with different analytical methods. The characterizationresults confirmed that the addition of the waste tea acted as reductant andresulted in better dissolution of the metals, supporting the principles of sustainable processes by decreasing the chemical consumption and integratingwaste into a secondary use.

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