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Inventor:
Muir; David M.
Address:
Palmyra, AU
No. of patents:
2
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
4308239 Obtaining copper (I) chloride from ores with acetonitrile December 29, 1981
Cuprous (Copper (I)) chloride is an intermediate for the production of copper metal concentrates. A method of purifying copper salts and particularly cuprous chloride is disclosed which involves utilizing the solubility of cuprous chloride and other copper salts in a mixture of water
4229212 Recovery of copper from materials containing copper and acid soluble iron compounds October 21, 1980
The invention relates to a method of controlling acid soluble iron while obtaining solutions of copper (I) salts in water containing an organo nitrile (selected from the group consisting of acetonitrile, 2-hydroxycyanoethane, acrylonitrile and propionitrile) from materials containing










 
 
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