Chemistry, Energy and the Environment by C.A.C. Sequeira and J.B. Moffat (Eds.)
By C.A.C. Sequeira and J.B. Moffat (Eds.)
Specializes in key advancements within the environmentally-friendly creation of power and its conservation via an more advantageous knowing of the chemical procedures concerned
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Several hydrometallurgical processes are reported in literature describing different patented treatments. ^ ^ Due to the complexity of the material it means that more different processes could be developed from new conceptual ideas. Chemical processes are also used by H A R W E L L in Great Britain, where a selective chemical extraction is done by using an ammoniacal carbonate solution for recovering cadmium from sealed nickel-cadmium batteries. In Netheriands, the T N O uses HCl as leaching agent.
1 - halilc 2 - sylvile 3 - gypwm 4 - anh>'drite 5 - tMssanile Figure 1 Salt occurrences in sanctuary of Demeter in Eleusis, cathedrals of Cadiz and Bari, Lisbon Marija Ta' Cwerra church in Malta andJeronimos monastery in 2 MEASUREMENTS AND DATA PROCESSING T o evaluate some of the effects of the environment on weathering of historical buildings, an extensive study has been carried out at four pilot monuments along the east-west axis of the Mediterranean basin, with specific interest to the action of marine salts and air pollution.
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