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method for phytomining of nickel cobalt and other metals

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

Phytomining, a method by which high-biomass plants that accumulate metals are grown on metal-enriched substrate to produce a metal 'crop', has shown to be appropriate for concentrating nickel

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-6786948-B1 chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-5711784-A chemical patent summary.

US6786948B1 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and

The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM an 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable Ca/Mg of 0

US5711784A Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and

Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals. The soil is conditioned by maintaining a low pH, low calcium concentration, and the addition of ammonium fertilizer and chelating agents thereto.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

24/02/1999 The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM an 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable

WO1998008991A1 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt

The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM and 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable Ca/Mg of 0

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil . United States Patent 5711784 . Abstract: Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals. The soil is conditioned by maintaining a low pH, low calcium concentration, and

METHOD FOR PHYTOMINING OF NICKEL, COBALT AND OTHER

Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals. The soil is conditioned by maintaining a low pH, low calcium concentration, and the addition of ammonium fertilizer and chelating agents thereto. Nickel accumulation on the order of 2.5

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-6786948-B1 chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-5711784-A chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

EP-0993510-B1 chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-5944872-A chemical patent summary.

WO1998008991A1 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt

The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM and 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable Ca/Mg of 0

US5944872A Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and

Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals. The soil is conditioned by maintaining a low pH, low calcium concentration, and the addition of ammonium fertilizer and chelating agents thereto.

EP0993510B1 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and

EP0993510B1 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil Google Patents Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil Download PDF Info Publication number EP0993510B1. EP0993510B1

CA2296116C Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and

CA2296116C Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil Google Patents Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil Download PDF Info Publication number CA2296116C. CA2296116C CA002296116A CA2296116A CA2296116C CA 2296116 C CA2296116 C CA 2296116C CA 002296116 A CA002296116 A CA 002296116A CA 2296116 A

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

01/11/2020 Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil Jun 6, 1995 University of Maryland at College Park Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM an 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable Ca/Mg of 0

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-5711784-A chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

EP-0993510-B1 chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

US-5944872-A chemical patent summary.

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

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Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

The recovery of nickel, cobalt and other metals by phytomining is described. Plants of the Alyssum genus are grown in nickel rich soil. The uptake of nickel is enhanced by maintaining specific soil conditions, including a concentration of calcium between (but not including) 0.128 mM an 5.0 mM and an acidic pH. Ni uptake may be further enhanced by maintaining a ratio of exchangeable Ca/Mg of 0

EP 0993510 A1 20000419 METHOD FOR PHYTOMINING OF NICKEL

294785795 EP 0993510 A1 20000419 METHOD FOR PHYTOMINING OF NICKEL, COBALT AND OTHER METALS FROM SOIL [origin: WO9859080A1] Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically Alyssum in soil containing nickel/cobalt as well as other metals. The soil is conditioned by

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals

Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium metal family members are recovered from soil by growing Brassicaceae plants, specifically A

Phytomining Request PDF

Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil. January 2004. Rufus Lee Chaney; J.s. Angle ; Alan J M Baker [...] Y.M. Li; Nickel/cobalt, as well as platinum and palladium

Phytomining: Trends in Plant Science Cell

01/09/1998 (1998) Method for phytomining of nickel, cobalt and other metals from soil, US Patent 5711 784. Google Scholar ]. Table 1 Specific hyperaccumulators that might be used for phytomining. a. Concentrations are mean highest elemental values (μg g−1 dry matter); values in parentheses are equivalents for non-accumulator plants. Biomass is t ha−1 yr−1. Element: Species: Concentration:

Phytomining ScienceDirect

01/09/1998 Phytomining for metals other than nickelThere are practical limits to phytomining. The Its viability, like that of other mining methods, depends on the world price of the target metal. Such prices are subject to cyclical variation, and a low current value for a given metal should not preclude consideration of its extraction by phytomining. The biomass could be combusted immediately for its