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In recent years, rare earth elements (REEs) in coal and shale have received much attention 1112 owning to their stable geochemistry charac-teristics and potential economic value. Therefore, many researchers have studied REE geochemistry of different coals and shales 1216. However,

  • GEOCHEMISTRY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IN MARINE

    GEOCHEMISTRY OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS IN MARINE

    In recent years, rare earth elements (REEs) in coal and shale have received much attention 1112 owning to their stable geochemistry charac-teristics and potential economic value. Therefore, many researchers have studied REE geochemistry of different coals and shales 1216. However,

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  • Coal REE ENERGY TODAY Energy Today

    Coal REE ENERGY TODAY Energy Today

    Coal REE - ENERGY TODAY. Rare Earth Elements Project Exceeds Expectations. by National Energy Technology Lab. The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) prioritized the creation of a domestic supply of rare earth elements (REEs), and one of NETLs supported projects that may provide these vital resources using the nations abundant coal supplies ...

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  • The causes behind pyrite oxidation and acid mine

    The causes behind pyrite oxidation and acid mine

    Nov 01, 2020 Pyrite oxidation, which can lead to acid mine drainage, is a concern for miners all across the globe. However, little is known about the processes that cause this phenomenon.

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  • Penn State looks to fix acid mine drainage recover rare

    Penn State looks to fix acid mine drainage recover rare

    Rare earth elements bond with the extra carbonates and settle out of the water at lower pH values. Coal seams have a high concentration of rare-earth elements, Rezaee said.

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  • Pyrite The Real Story Behind Fools Gold

    Pyrite The Real Story Behind Fools Gold

    Apr 01, 2014 Pyrite is a widespread natural source of arsenic, which can leach into ground-water aquifers when geologic strata containing pyrite are exposed to the air and water, during coal mining for example. Acid mine drainage and groundwater contamination requires close monitoring to ensure that it has been neutralized before being returned to the earth.

    read more
  • A highpyrite semianthracite of Late Permian age in the

    A highpyrite semianthracite of Late Permian age in the

    The No. 12 Coal (Late Permian) in the Songzao Coalfield, Chongqing, southwestern China, is characteristically high in pyrite and some trace elements. It is uniquely deposited directly above mafic tuff beds. Samples of coal and tuffs have been studied for their mineralogy and geochemistry using inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry, X-ray fluorescence, plasma low-temperature ashing

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  • Malawi Mining and Minerals SelectUSAgov

    Malawi Mining and Minerals SelectUSAgov

    Malawi has several minerals with economic potential, such as Phosphates (apatite), Bauxite, Kaolinitic, Coal, Kyanite, Limestones, Rare Earths (including Strontianite and Monazite), Graphite, Sulphides (Pyrite and Pyrrhotite), Titanium minerals along the Lakeshore, and Vermiculite. Most of these minerals have been evaluated in the past by ...

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  • quotOXIDATION PRETREATMENT FOR ENHANCED LEACHABILITY OF RARE

    quotOXIDATION PRETREATMENT FOR ENHANCED LEACHABILITY OF RARE

    Rare earth elements (REEs) are critical components in advanced electronics, clean energy technologies, and national energy and economic security. The global supply situation of these strategically valuable elements remains critical as the market is largely monopolistic. Thus, to alleviate the dependence on global imports, investments are being made in the research and development of innovative ...

    read more
  • Microanalysis of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Prep Fines

    Microanalysis of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Prep Fines

    Microanalysis of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Prep Fines ... Pyrite and iron oxide coexist in the underclay and contain Dy, Er, and Tb (Figure 2) The Isabella fines are organic-rich (70% organic carbon by weight) The inorganic fraction is composed of intermediate amounts of

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  • Microanalysis of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Utilization

    Microanalysis of Rare Earth Elements in Coal Utilization

    The predominant mineral phases in the coal source rock and CCP samples analyzed were quartz, kaolinite, muscovite, Ti-Fe oxide (e.g., hematite/magnetite), mullite, and clinochlore. Trace minerals identified were pyrite, zircon, monazite (Fig. 2), xenotime, and barite. Rare earth element phosphates (REE-PO 4,SiO 4

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  • Conception of an integrated flowsheet for rare earth

    Conception of an integrated flowsheet for rare earth

    Jun 15, 2018 The majority of rare earth elements (REEs) existing in the feed to coal preparation plants report to the coarse refuse streams which are transported for permanent storage in contained piles. In this study, an integrated flowsheet was developed based on laboratory test data which combines physical separation, pyrite bio-oxidization, heap ...

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  • Malawi Mining and Minerals Privacy Shield

    Malawi Mining and Minerals Privacy Shield

    Malawi has several minerals with economic potential, such as Phosphates (apatite), Bauxite, Kaolinitic, Coal, Kyanite, Limestones, Rare Earths (including Strontianite and Monazite), Graphite, Sulphides (Pyrite and Pyrrhotite), Titanium minerals along the Lakeshore, and Vermiculite. Most of these minerals have been evaluated in the past by ...

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  • Trace Element Geochemistry of Iowa Coal

    Trace Element Geochemistry of Iowa Coal

    west m United States coals. Pyrite separates were found . to . concentrate As, Cr and Co, while calcite separates were found . to . concentrate Sc. Rare earth element (REE) patterns are given for the Iowa coals. INDEX DESCRIPTORS coal, trace elements, rare earth elements Coal was sampled and analyzed from 4 coal mines in Iowa.

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  • TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL FROM COLLINSVILLE

    TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL FROM COLLINSVILLE

    The lithotype logs, proximate analysis data and coal petrography were integrated to infer the depositional environment of the Blake and Bowen seams. The generally high ash yield, common stone bands, low sulphur content of the coal and rare pyrite in the Blake seam suggests the depositional environment was a Class 3 topotelmitic peat with a

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  • Chemical Fingerprinting of acid Minewaters the Use

    Chemical Fingerprinting of acid Minewaters the Use

    MINEWATERS THE USE OF RARE EARTH ELEMENTS (REE) PATTERNS Fred Worrall Dept. of Geological Sciences, Science Laboratories South Road Durham, DH1 3LE, UK Phone 44 191 3742535, Fax 44 191 3742510 e-mail Fred. Worrall dur ham.ac. uk ABSTRACT There has been coal mining in County Durham (N.E. England) since Roman times.

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  • Trace elements in pyrite pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite of

    Trace elements in pyrite pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite of

    Trace element determinations on pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite from magmatic Ni ores, and hydrothermal Cu and Au ores indicate that 1) certain elements, especially Co and Ag, and to a lesser extent Ni and Pb, show a preferential concentration in the 3 sulfides 2) that some significant variations occur in deposits of different type and in different deposits of similar type and 3) that ...

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  • Stone cold the 11 most dangerous minerals

    Stone cold the 11 most dangerous minerals

    May 01, 2014 Pyrite. Pyrite, which is a sulphide mineral composed of iron and sulphur, is a major contaminator of ground water and streams due to acid mine drainage from sulphide mine tailings. Oxidation of pyrite releases toxic metals and metalloids such as Arsenic (As), which is

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  • The 9 Deadliest Minerals Weve Ever Mined Gizmodo

    The 9 Deadliest Minerals Weve Ever Mined Gizmodo

    Sep 26, 2014 Plus, pyrite has a nasty habit of spontaneously combusting when its mixed into coal seams and exposed to air, releasing highly toxic metals like Arsenic into the atmosphere as it oxidizes.

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  • Novel Method to Retrieve Rare Earth Elements from Acid

    Novel Method to Retrieve Rare Earth Elements from Acid

    Aug 06, 2020 According to researchers at Penn State, a new method for treating acid mine drainage (AMD) could enable the conversion of the environmental pollution issue into a vital domestic source of the critical rare earth elements that are required for the manufacture of technology varying right from smartphones to fighter jets.

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  • Florida Rocks amp Minerals Florida Department of

    Florida Rocks amp Minerals Florida Department of

    Jul 06, 2020 A complex yellow to reddish-brown natural phosphate of the rare earth elements (Ce,La,Nd,Th)PO 4. 5.0-5.5 4.6-5.7 Pyrite Florida Geological Survey_DEP Staff_Pyrite Specimen.jpg. An iron mineral, FeS 2, with a yellow metallic luster, it is often found as flecks in limestones ...

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  • quotPetrology Palynology and Geochemistry of Gray Hawk Coal

    quotPetrology Palynology and Geochemistry of Gray Hawk Coal

    Arsenic and Hg are also enriched in the top bench of the coal and probably occur in pyrite. The elemental associations (e.g., Al2O3/TiO2, Cr/Th-Sc/Th) indicate a sediment-source region with intermediate and felsic compositions. Rare metals, including Ga, rare earth elements and Ge, are highly enriched in the coal ashes, and the Gray Hawk coals ...

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  • Mechanism of recovery processes for rare earth and iron

    Mechanism of recovery processes for rare earth and iron

    Sep 21, 2020 The hematite accounted for 71.9% in iron minerals, the magnetite accounted for 12.5%, the iron silicate accounted for 11.3%, and the rest was pyrite (4.4%). The rare earth minerals mainly included bastnaesite and monazite. The rare earth oxide accounted for 55.8% in the bastnaesite, while the rare earth oxide accounted for 44.2% in monazite.

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  • Geochemical Studies of Rare Earth Elements in the

    Geochemical Studies of Rare Earth Elements in the

    A. Rare Earth Element Distribution in the Volcanic Lithostratigraphic Units of the Portuguese Pyrite Belt By David J. Grimes, Robert L. Earhart, and Delfim de Carvalho B. Geologic Setting and Geochemical Controls on the Distribution of Gold in the Portuguese Pyrite Belt By Robert L. Earhart, Delfim de Carvalho, Vitor Oliveira, Jose T. Oliveira, and

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  • A highpyrite semianthracite of Late Permian age in the

    A highpyrite semianthracite of Late Permian age in the

    The No. 12 Coal (Late Permian) in the Songzao Coalfield, Chongqing, southwestern China, is characteristically high in pyrite and some trace elements. It is uniquely deposited directly above mafic tuff beds. Samples of coal and tuffs have been studied for their mineralogy and geochemistry using inductively coupled plasma-mass spectrometry, X-ray fluorescence, plasma low-temperature ashing

    read more
  • Can Harvesting Rare Earth Elements Solve the Coal Ash

    Can Harvesting Rare Earth Elements Solve the Coal Ash

    Feb 17, 2021 According to Hower, it takes five metric tons of coal ash to produce one kilogram of rare earth elements, depending on the concentration. The average concentration of rare earths in coal ash is 500 parts per million, while the concentration of rare earths in mined ore is about 40 times that. The economics of extracting 500 parts per million of ...

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  • Conception of an integrated flowsheet for rare earth

    Conception of an integrated flowsheet for rare earth

    Jun 15, 2018 The majority of rare earth elements (REEs) existing in the feed to coal preparation plants report to the coarse refuse streams which are transported for permanent storage in contained piles. In this study, an integrated flowsheet was developed based on laboratory test data which combines physical separation, pyrite bio-oxidization, heap ...

    read more
  • Trace Element Geochemistry of Iowa Coal

    Trace Element Geochemistry of Iowa Coal

    west m United States coals. Pyrite separates were found . to . concentrate As, Cr and Co, while calcite separates were found . to . concentrate Sc. Rare earth element (REE) patterns are given for the Iowa coals. INDEX DESCRIPTORS coal, trace elements, rare earth elements Coal was sampled and analyzed from 4 coal mines in Iowa.

    read more
  • TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL FROM COLLINSVILLE

    TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL FROM COLLINSVILLE

    The lithotype logs, proximate analysis data and coal petrography were integrated to infer the depositional environment of the Blake and Bowen seams. The generally high ash yield, common stone bands, low sulphur content of the coal and rare pyrite in the Blake seam suggests the depositional environment was a Class 3 topotelmitic peat with a

    read more
  • Trace elements in pyrite pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite of

    Trace elements in pyrite pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite of

    Trace element determinations on pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite from magmatic Ni ores, and hydrothermal Cu and Au ores indicate that 1) certain elements, especially Co and Ag, and to a lesser extent Ni and Pb, show a preferential concentration in the 3 sulfides 2) that some significant variations occur in deposits of different type and in different deposits of similar type and 3) that ...

    read more
  • Penn State looks to fix acid mine drainage recover rare

    Penn State looks to fix acid mine drainage recover rare

    Rare earth elements bond with the extra carbonates and settle out of the water at lower pH values. Coal seams have a high concentration of rare-earth elements, Rezaee said.

    read more
  • Pyrite The Real Story Behind Fools Gold

    Pyrite The Real Story Behind Fools Gold

    Apr 01, 2014 Pyrite is a widespread natural source of arsenic, which can leach into ground-water aquifers when geologic strata containing pyrite are exposed to the air and water, during coal mining for example. Acid mine drainage and groundwater contamination requires close monitoring to ensure that it has been neutralized before being returned to the earth.

    read more
  • Stone cold the 11 most dangerous minerals

    Stone cold the 11 most dangerous minerals

    May 01, 2014 Pyrite. Pyrite, which is a sulphide mineral composed of iron and sulphur, is a major contaminator of ground water and streams due to acid mine drainage from sulphide mine tailings. Oxidation of pyrite releases toxic metals and metalloids such as Arsenic (As), which is

    read more
  • The 9 Deadliest Minerals Weve Ever Mined Gizmodo

    The 9 Deadliest Minerals Weve Ever Mined Gizmodo

    Sep 26, 2014 Plus, pyrite has a nasty habit of spontaneously combusting when its mixed into coal seams and exposed to air, releasing highly toxic metals like Arsenic into the atmosphere as it oxidizes.

    read more
  • quotOXIDATION PRETREATMENT FOR ENHANCED LEACHABILITY OF RARE

    quotOXIDATION PRETREATMENT FOR ENHANCED LEACHABILITY OF RARE

    Rare earth elements (REEs) are critical components in advanced electronics, clean energy technologies, and national energy and economic security. The global supply situation of these strategically valuable elements remains critical as the market is largely monopolistic. Thus, to alleviate the dependence on global imports, investments are being made in the research and development of innovative ...

    read more
  • Spain amp Portugal The Iberian Pyrite Belt is an

    Spain amp Portugal The Iberian Pyrite Belt is an

    The Iberian Pyrite Belt is a vast geographical area that is one of the worlds great regions hosting metallic mineral deposits where over 2,000 million tonnes of ore has been extracted. The belt stretches along much of the south of the Iberian Peninsula, from Portugal and into Spain.

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  • Malawi Mining and Minerals Privacy Shield

    Malawi Mining and Minerals Privacy Shield

    Malawi has several minerals with economic potential, such as Phosphates (apatite), Bauxite, Kaolinitic, Coal, Kyanite, Limestones, Rare Earths (including Strontianite and Monazite), Graphite, Sulphides (Pyrite and Pyrrhotite), Titanium minerals along the Lakeshore, and Vermiculite. Most of these minerals have been evaluated in the past by ...

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