Mills-Crowe process

Mills-Crowe process

[′milz ′krō ‚prä·səs]
(mining engineering)
Method of regeneration of cyanide liquor from the gold leaching process; the barren solution is acidified, liberating hydrocyanic acid which is separated and reabsorbed in alkaline solution.
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