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Author (up) Curi, A.C.; Granda, W.J.V.; Lima, H.M.; Sousa, W.T. openurl 
  Title Zeolites and their application in the decontamination of mine waste water Type Journal Article
  Year 2006 Publication Informacion Tecnologica Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 17 Issue 6 Pages 111-118  
  Keywords adsorption decontamination effluents industrial waste ion exchange metallurgical industries metallurgy mining mining industry porosity wastewater treatment zeolites zeolites decontamination mine waste water genesis porosity adsorption ionic exchange mineral metallurgical effluents mercury pollution artisan mining activities heavy metals removal metal mining effluents mercury vapors ovens fire amalgams Manufacturing and Production  
  Abstract This paper describes the genesis, structure and classification of natural zeolites, including their most relevant properties such as porosity, adsorption and ionic exchange. The use of natural zeolites in the treatment of effluents containing heavy metals is reviewed based on current literature. These uses are focused on mineral-metallurgical effluents and mercury pollution related to artisan mining activities. The study shows that natural zeolites are efficient in removal of heavy metals in metal mining effluents, can be produced and improved at a low cost, and can also be used to adsorb mercury vapors from ovens used to fire amalgams.  
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  ISSN 0716-8756 ISBN Medium  
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  Notes Zeolites and their application in the decontamination of mine waste water; 9532002; Journal Paper; SilverPlatter; Ovid Technologies Approved no  
  Call Number CBU @ c.wolke @ 16784 Serial 409  
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