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Critical metals handbook

Author: Gus Gunn
Publisher: Hoboken, New Jersey ; Chichester, West Sussex, UK : John Wiley & Sons : American Geophysical Union, 2014. ©2014
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Critical metals handbook.
Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley & Sons, 2014
(DLC) 2013022393
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Gus Gunn
ISBN: 9781118755211 1118755219 9781118755266 111875526X 9781118755341 1118755340 0470671718 9780470671719
OCLC Number: 861966441
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Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Metal resources, use and criticality / Luis Tercero Espinoza --
The geology and technology of metals --
Key concepts --
Definitions and terminology --
Will we run out of minerals? --
Geological assessment --
Considerations of supply and demand --
Recycling and reuse of metals --
The concept of criticality --
Assessments of criticality --
Improving criticality assessment --
Implications of criticality for corporate and governmental policy --
Outlining this book --
Acknowledgements --
Note --
References --
2. The mining industry and the supply of critical minerals / David Humphreys --
Suppliers of minerals --
miners and explorers --
Industry dynamics --
Constraints on mineral supply response --
Natural constraints --
Economic constraints --
Institutional constraints --
Critical minerals and the role of China --
Policy issues --
Notes --
References --
3. Recycling of (critical) metals / Christian Hageluken --
Rationale and benefits --
The urban mine --
Recycling benefits --
Status and challenges of recycling critical metals --
The metals life cycle --
Waste and resource legislation --
The recycling value chain --
Recycling challenges --
The seven conditions for effective recycling --
Recycling technologies --
Collection and pre-processing --
Metallurgical recovery --
Status of recycling of the EU critical metals --
The significance of life-cycle structures --
Case study 1 Industrial PGM applications --
Case study 2 Automotive PGM applications --
Case study 3 Electronic PGM applications --
Global flows of old products --
Differences in recycling rates and pathways for improvement --
Conclusion and the way forward --
Innovation needs --
Resource security as a societal driver for recycling --
Mining and recycling as complementary systems --
Conclusions --
Notes --
References --
4. Antimony / Ulrich Schwarz-Schampera --
Introduction --
Definitions and characteristics --
Abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Major deposit classes --
Gold --
antimony (epithermal) deposits --
Greenstone-hosted quartz-carbonate vein and carbonate replacement deposits --
Reduced magmatic gold systems --
Extraction methods and processing --
Mining --
Ore processing, beneficiation and conversion to metal --
Specifications --
Uses --
Antimony trioxide --
Sodium antimonate --
Other non-metallurgical uses --
Antimony metal --
Recycling --
Substitution --
Resources and reserves --
Production --
Projects under development --
World trade --
Prices --
Environmental aspects --
Outlook --
References --
5. Beryllium / Phillip Sabey --
Introduction --
Properties of beryllium --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth's crust --
Uses of beryllium --
Alloys containing less than 2% beryllium, especially copper --
beryllium --
Pure beryllium metal and alloys containing over 60% beryllium --
Beryllia (BeO) ceramics --
World production --
World trade --
World resources --
Mineralogy of beryllium --
Beryllium deposits --
Pegmatite deposits --
Hydrothermal deposits --
Mining and processing of beryllium --
Beryl ores --
Bertrandite ores --
Processing of beryl and bertrandite to beryllium hydroxide --
Production of metal and alloys from beryllium hydroxide --
Production of beryllium oxide from beryllium hydroxide --
Recycling --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects --
Prices --
Outlook --
Note --
References --
6. Cobalt / Gus Gunn --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Hydrothermal deposits --
Magmatic deposits --
Laterites --
Manganese nodules and cobalt-rich ferromanganese crusts on the seafloor --
Extraction, processing and refining --
Cobalt from nickel sulfide ores --
Cobalt from nickel laterite ores --
Cobalt from copper --
cobalt ores in DRC and Zambia --
Other sources of cobalt --
World production and trade --
Resources and reserves --
Uses --
Recycling --
Substitution --
Environmental issues --
Prices --
Outlook --
Acknowledgements --
Notes --
References --
7. Gallium / Teresa Brown --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Mineralogy and distribution --
Sources of gallium --
Bauxite --
Sphalerite (ZnS) --
Other geological settings --
Recovery methods and refining --
Primary recovery --
Secondary recovery --
Refining and purification --
Gallium in GaAs semiconductors --
Specifications and uses --
Gallium metal --
Gallium antimonide --
Gallium arsenide --
Gallium chemicals --
Gallium nitride --
Gallium phosphide --
Photovoltaics --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects --
World resources and production --
Production in 2010 --
Future supplies --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Acknowledgements --
References --
8. Germanium / Peter Buchholz --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Accumulation of germanium in sulfide deposits --
Enrichment of germanium in lignite and coal --
Extraction methods, processing and beneficiation --
Extraction --
Processing --
Specifications --
Germanium tetrachloride, GeCl4 --
Germanium dioxide, GeO2 --
First reduction metal --
Production of zone-refined metal (`intrinsic' metal) --
Single crystals --
Uses --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects of the life cycle of germanium and its products --
Resources and reserves --
Production --
Future supplies --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Supply challenges --
Demand drivers --
Supply and demand scenario --
Acknowledgments --
Notes --
References --
9. Indium / Ulrich Schwarz-Schampera --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Abundance in the Earth's crust --
Mineralogy --
Major deposit classes --
Base-metal sulfide deposits --
Polymetallic vein-type deposits --
Base-metal-rich tin --
tungsten and skarn deposits --
Base-metal-rich epithermal deposits --
Extraction methods and processing --
Mining --
Processing, beneficiation and conversion to metal --
Indium production from copper ores --
Indium production from tin ores --
Indium recovery from secondary sources --
Specifications and uses --
Indium --
tin oxide (ITO) --
Alloys and solders --
Semiconductors --
Others --
Resources and reserves --
Production --
Production from residues and scrap --
Projects under development --
Abandoned production --
World trade --
Prices --
Recycling and substitution --
Environmental aspects --
Outlook --
References --
10. Lithium / Keith Evans --
Introduction --
Properties and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy and deposit types --
Pegmatites --
Continental brines --
Geothermal brines --
Oilfield brines --
Hectorite --
Jadarite --
Extraction methods and processing --
Specification and uses --
Recycling --
Substitution --
Environmental factors --
World resources and production --
Reserves and resources --
Production --
Current producers --
Production costs --
Future supplies --
Pegmatite-based projects --
Continental brines --
Geothermal brine --
Oilfield brine --
Hectorite --
Jadarite --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Acknowledgements --
Notes --
References --
11. Magnesium / Bob Brown --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Extraction methods, processing and beneficiation --
Nineteenth-century magnesium production processes --
Commercial magnesium production processes of the twentieth century --
Specifications and uses --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects --
Non-greenhouse-gas regulations --
electrolytic magnesium production --
Non-greenhouse-gas regulations --
thermal magnesium --
Greenhouse-gas emission studies --
World resources and production --
Future supplies --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
References --
12. Platinum-group metals / Gus Gunn --
Introduction --
Properties and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Major deposit classes --
PGM-dominant deposits --
Nickel --
copper-dominant deposits. Other deposit types --
Extraction and processing --
Extraction methods --
Processing --
Specifications and uses --
Uses of platinum, palladium and rhodium --
Uses of ruthenium, iridium and osmium --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Substitution --
Environmental issues --
World resources and production --
Resources and reserves --
Production --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Acknowledgements --
Note --
References --
13. Rare earth elements / Frances Wall --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth's crust --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Carbonatite-related REE deposits --
Alkaline igneous rocks --
Other hydrothermal veins --
Iron oxide --
apatite deposits, including iron-oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) deposits --
Placer deposits (mineral sands) --
Ion adsorption deposits --
Seafloor deposits --
By-products, co-products and waste products --
Extraction methods, processing and beneficiation --
Mining --
Beneficiation --
Extraction and separation of the REE --
Specifications and uses --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects --
World resources and production --
Future supplies --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Note --
References --
14. Rhenium / Anthony Lipmann --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Porphyry deposits --
Vein deposits --
Sediment-hosted copper deposits --
Uranium deposits --
Magmatic nickel --
copper --
platinum-group element (PGE) deposits --
World resources and production --
Future supplies --
Extraction methods, processing and beneficiation --
Specifications and uses --
Recycling and re-use --
Catalysts --
Superalloys --
Substitution --
Environmental issues --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
References --
15. Tantalum and niobium / Richard Burt --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types. Note continued: Carbonatite deposits --
Alkaline to peralkaline granites and syenites --
Peraluminous pegmatites --
Peraluminous granites --
Extraction methods and processing --
Specifications and uses --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects of niobium and tantalum --
Geopolitical aspects --
World resources and production --
Future supplies --
Prices --
Outlook --
Note --
References --
16. Tungsten / Peter Pitfield --
Introduction --
Physical and chemical properties --
Distribution and abundance in the Earth's crust --
Mineralogy --
Deposit types --
Vein/stockwork deposits --
Skarn deposits --
Disseminated or greisen deposits --
Porphyry deposits --
Breccia deposits --
Stratabound deposits --
Pegmatite deposits --
Pipe deposits --
Hot-spring deposits --
Placer deposits --
Brine/evaporite deposits --
Extraction methods, processing and beneficiation --
Extraction --
Processing --
Specifications and uses --
Specifications --
Uses --
Recycling, re-use and resource efficiency --
Old scrap --
New scrap --
Unrecovered scrap --
Recycling methods --
Substitution --
Environmental aspects of the life cycle of the metal and its products --
World resources and production --
Resources and reserves --
Production --
Future supplies --
World trade --
Prices --
Outlook --
Acknowledgements --
References.
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