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    Title: Fluoride recovery from spent fluoride etching solution through crystallization of Na3AlF6 (synthetic cryolite)
    Authors: Chen, Jie-Yuan;Lin, Chih-Wei;Lin, Po-Han;Li, Chi-Wang;Liang, Yang-Min;Liu, Jhy-Chern;Chen,Shiao-Shing
    Contributors: 水資源及環境工程學系暨研究所
    Keywords: Cryolite;Crystallization;Etching solution;Recovery
    Date: 2014-11-24
    Issue Date: 2014-10-13 17:24:02 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Pergamon Press
    Abstract: Fluoride removal by precipitation of calcium fluoride is the most common practice in Taiwan to treat fluoride-containing wastewater in semiconductor or optoelectronic industries. Due to very fine CaF2 precipitates (∼0.1 μm), coagulants/flocculants are needed to facilitate sedimentation of CaF2. In turn, large amount of sludge is produced by CaF2 precipitation/sedimentation process. In this study, removal of fluoride from spent fluoride etching solution by cryolite crystallization was investigated. Experimental and chemical equilibrium modeling results show that a good control of reaction pH and Al:F molar ratio is the key to form cryolite successfully. Formation of cryolite is exothermic reaction and formation of cryolite is less favor under elevated temperature. The highest residual fluoride concentration is found at reaction temperature of 90 °C while those at 20 and 55 °C are similar. Under Al/F molar ratios of 1:3 and 1:6 and pH of 5.5, the precipitates produced at room temperature are very similar to the commercial cryolite according to XRD, SEM, and EDX analysis. Particle size of cryolite precipitates ranges from 3 μm to 15 μm and is much larger than CaF2 precipitates of 0.1 μm, resulting in rapid sedimentation. Cryolite crystallization process produces much less sludge volume than does by CaF2 precipitation.
    Relation: Separation and Purification Technology 137, pp.53-58
    DOI: 10.1016/j.seppur.2014.09.019
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