extractive metallurgy


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extractive metallurgy

[ik′strak·tiv ′med·əl·ər·jē]
(metallurgy)
Extraction of metals from ore by various chemical and mechanical methods.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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It is a form of extractive metallurgy. It is used to extract many metals from their ores, including silver, iron, copper, and other base metals.
Kemetco provides scientific expertise in the fields of Specialty Analytical Chemistry, Chemical Process and Extractive Metallurgy. Because Kemetco carries out research in many different fields, it can offer a broader range of backgrounds and expertise than most laboratories.
For the project team, this offers "a new area of research and development that is attractive, significant, and multidisciplinary as it covers recycling, extractive metallurgy, waste management, chemistry, materials science, and environmental remediation."
For the project team, this offers 'a new area of research and development that is attractive, significant, and multidisciplinary as it covers recycling, extractive metallurgy, waste management, chemistry, materials science, and environmental remediation.'
SME Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Handbook; 2 volume set
It is a form of extractive metallurgy. It is employed to extract metals from their ores including silver, iron, copper, and other base metals.
This situation is very commonly encountered in the extractive metallurgy of copper.
They said Balochistan is famous for extractive metallurgy like blister, chromite, stones and coal, copper, etc.
In this connection different methods are developed: mineral beneficiation (mechanical, physical and physiochemical) and extractive metallurgy (Pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical), to process these powders with the aim of leaching the valuable metals [13, 14].
Mineral Processing & Extractive Metallurgy Review', 34: 367-386.