Extractive Metallurgy of CopperBy
- Mark Schlesinger, Missouri University of Science and Technology, MO, USA
- Matthew King, Hatch Associates Pty Ltd., Perth, Western Australia
- Kathryn Sole, Angloresearch, Johannesburg, South Africa
- William Davenport, University of Arizona, AZ, USA
Graduate students within extractive metallurgy and metallurgical engineering. Working professionals, including metallurgists and mining, chemical, plant or environmental engineers and researchers within industry. Wind and Solar energy companies and researchers.
Hardbound, 472 Pages
Published: July 2011
...very clearly and logically written, with good illustrations and a large amount of useful information...an excellent acquisition for an academic library.
ChoiceAn ideal reference book for the plant manager...of use to industry analysts wishing to have at hand a readily-accesible explanation of the strengths and weaknesses of individual plants employing particular processes. Metal BulletinJ.F. Kreider, A. Rabi
...a useful reference for the specialist
ASLIB Book Guide
Overview, Production and Use, Concentrating Copper Ores, Matte Smelting Fundamentals, Flash Smelting, Noranda and Teniente Smelting, Batch Converting of Copper Matte, Bath Smelting and Converting,Direct-to-Copper Flash Smelting,Copper Loss and Recovery from Slag, Capture and Fixation of Sulfur,Fire Refining and Anode Casting, Electrorefining,Leaching,Solvent Extraction,Electrowinning,Collection and Processing of Recycled Copper, Chemical Metallurgy of Copper Recycling, Melting and Casting, Processing of Byproducts, Costs of Copper Production