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Title: Continuous biotechnological treatment of cyanide contaminated waters by using a cyanide
Authors: Santos, Bruno. A .Q 
Ntwampe, Seteno KO 
Doughari, James Hamuel 
Keywords: Cyanide;Cyanide complexes;Electroplating;Hydrocarbon chains;Alkaline chlorine oxidation
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: InTech Online
Series/Report no.: ;pp 123-146
Abstract: Various industries release a combination of free cyanide and cyanide complexes into the environment via a variety of disposal methods, particularly as wastewater. These industries utilise cyanide based compounds in various operations, including: the beneficiation of metals, electroplating, case hardening, automotive manufacturing, circuitry board manufacturing, and in chemical industries [23]. Cyanide is often found in organic, hydrocarbon chains or as inorganic, transition, alkali and alkali earth metal complexes [20]. Many cyanide complexes are highly unstable, thus temperature, pH and light can degrade the components to form free cyanide which is the most toxic form of cyanide [20, 26].
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11189/1939
http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/53349
ISBN: 978-953-51-0972-3
Appears in Collections:Eng - Books / Book Chapters

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