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Analytical options for control of acids and bases in hydrometallurgical processes

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The most common procedures for the determination of acids and bases in hydrometallurgical process liquors are reviewed and compared. Automated batch titrations, performed by stepwise addition of titrant and using Gran plots for evaluation are reliable but slow compared to flow techniques. Continuous flow titrations are grouped into three classes: Flow Injection Titration, Single Point Flow Injection Titration, and Triangle-programmed Flow Titrations. Furthermore, Sequential Injection Analysis is also considered for process applications. Each one of these methods has advantages and drawbacks. An overview of the most common application problems, and the way they are solved with each methodology, is given. The analytical characteristics of the described procedures are given as well as a guide for the choice of technique for a given application.


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