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  • Quartz separation with HF

    QUARTZ SEPARATION BY SELECTIVE ETCHING WITH HF Summary For preparing very pure quartz separates. Most silicate minerals dissolve faster than quartz in dilute HF and can be etched away to leave a very pure quartz residue. Some quartz is lost - usually ~10% of coarse-grained fractions (500-850 ∝m) and up to 20-30% of fine-grained fractions (250-500 ∝m). It is difficult to get good yields ...

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  • A hydrofluoric acid-free method to ... - Scientific Reports

    2019-05-28  An often-insurmountable obstacle for SiO2-NP fate and hazard research is the challenging analytics of solid particulate silica species, which involves toxic and corrosive hydrofluoric acid (HF ...

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  • hydroflouric acid and silica - Gold Refining Forum

    2009-04-28  Gold Refining Forum. Hobbyists and Professionals Helping One Another. Skip to content. Quick links. FAQ; Logout; Register; Board index. hydroflouric acid and silica. Formulas. 24 posts • Page 1 of 1. kjavanb123 Active Member Posts: 1585 Joined: April 1st, 2009, 5:20 am Country of Origin: U.S.A Location: U.A.E. hydroflouric acid and silica. Post by kjavanb123 » April 18th, 2009,

  • Hydrofluoric acid (HF) reacts with silicon dioxide to ...

    2015-12-30  Aqueous hydrofluoric acid will react with the , which is represented by silicon dioxide, and produce silicon tetrafluoride, a gas that will be given off, and liquid water. The unbalanced chemical equation will thus be "HF"_text((aq]) + "SiO"_text(2(s]) -> "SiF"_text(4(g]) uarr + "H"_2"O"_text((L]) To balance this equation, all you have to do is multiply the hydrofluoric acid by 4 and the ...

  • Preparation of silica nanospheres and porous polymer ...

    In particular, silica nanospheres were produced by manipulating the mixing ratio of polymer to silica sol. The size of silica beads was gradually changed from micro- to nanoscale, depending on the polymer content. At the same time, porous polymer membranes were generated by removing the silica component with hydrofluoric acid. Furthermore ...

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  • Preparation of silica nanospheres and porous polymer ...

    In particular, silica nanospheres were produced by manipulating the mixing ratio of polymer to silica sol. The size of silica beads was gradually changed from micro- to nanoscale, depending on the polymer content. At the same time, porous polymer membranes were generated by removing the silica component with hydrofluoric acid. Furthermore ...

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  • (PDF) Effect of hydrofluoric acid (HF) concentration to ...

    Effect of hydrofluoric acid (HF) concentration to pores size diameter of silicon membrane Article (PDF Available) in Bio-medical materials and engineering 24(6):2203-9 September 2014 with 94 Reads

  • Dissolution of silicate minerals by hydrofluoric acid ...

    Reaction Kinetics and Mechanisms of Zeolite Dissolution in Hydrochloric Acid. Industrial Engineering Chemistry Research 2005, 44 (20) , 7738-7745. DOI: 10.1021/ie0504349. D. Martin Knotter. Etching Mechanism of Vitreous Silicon Dioxide in HF-Based Solutions.

  • Mesoporous TMOS–MTMS copolymer silica gels catalyzed

    Powers and Hench , demonstrated that pore size in tetramethoxysilane (TMOS) derived silica gels can be controlled over a wide range from 6 to 80 nm in diameter by varying the hydrofluoric acid (HF) concentration. However, our work reported below revealed that porous silica gels could not be produced from pure methyltrimethoxysilane (MTMS) under the same acidic conditions with fluoride as ...

  • , Micro-Methods to Estimate Plant Silicon Content by ...

    acid (36%), 1 v of concentrated hydrofluoric acid (49%), and 18 v of distilled water. For the experiment on the effect of the concentration of hydrofluoric acid on silica dissolution, solutions with 2-3 M HF were pre- pared. Although these solutions, thus diluted, are not

  • Re-generation of hydrofluoric acid and selective ...

    The technique first uses aqueous hydrofluoric acid (HF) to react with aluminosilicates and quartz to form fluoride complexed Al and Si species in solution. Aluminium cations, in the form of Al(NO 3 ) 3 , are then added to the solution to complex fluoride as AlF 2 + and hydrolyse the silicon fluoride species to silicon hydroxide, which precipitates as a gel and is removed by filtration.

  • hydrofluoric acid silica separation - chanelcar.fr

    hydrofluoric acid silica separation - ascentiitjeein. EPB1Method for producing tetrafluorosilane I Separation silica/alumina matrixThe disclosure herein is directed to a process for hydrofluoric acid digestion of . , Micro-Methods to Estimate Plant Silicon , the digestion-separation-dissolution method , on the effect of the concentration of hydrofluoric acid on silica dissolution ...

  • US5242670A - Method for hydrofluoric acid digestion of ...

    A process for hydrofluoric acid digestion of inorganic silica/alumina matrix material for the production of silicon tetrafluoride and aluminum fluoride comprises the initial step of reacting the matrix material with hydrofluoric acid, to form silicon tetrafluoride gas and a solution/slurry containing aluminum fluoride, undigested oxides, and additional soluble and insoluble fluoride materials.

  • SEPARATION OF ZIRCONIUM AND HAFNIUM BY

    osti.gov journal article: separation of zirconium and hafnium by adsorption on silica gel from hydrochloric acid solutions.

  • EP0606447B1 - Method for producing tetrafluorosilane

    This invention is a process for hydrofluoric acid digestion (20A, 20B, 20C) of an inorganic silica/alumina matrix material for the production of silicon tetrafluoride and aluminum fluoride. A matrix material is reacted with hydrofluoric acid to form silicon tetrafluoride gas and a slurry containing aluminum fluoride, undigested oxides, and both soluble/unsoluble fluoride materials.

  • EVALUATION OF WASTE SILICA PRECIPITATED IN THE PROCESS

    Since hydrofluoric acid and fluosilicic acid are well soluble in water, the impurities were washed off with hot water. In this aim the waste silica was exposed to hot water on a filter, dried at 105 oC. Aqueous solutions resulting from silica washes contained dissolved fluoride compounds, which were neutralised by passing the solution through a calcium oxide-containing deposit (e.g., fine ...

  • Distillation Separation of Hydrofluoric Acid and Nitric ...

    Separation of hydrofluoric acid from an acid mixture containing nitric acid and hydrofluoric acid was tested by the simple distillation treatment using the salt effect of cesium nitrate (45 wt ...

  • Analysis of Nitric Acid in the presence of Hydrofluoric Acid

    I am trying to find methods of analysis of two Nitric Acid-Hydrofluoric Acid etching solutions (one of low HF consistency, i.e ~1 g/l HF in 200~g/l HNO3 and one of high HF consistency, i.e.~40 g/l HF in ~400 g/l HNO3). I have tried different methods (two stage titration with KOH in ethyl alcohol media and silica gel, titration with Thorium Nitrate, Ferrous Sulfate, NaOH) but none is really ...

  • Hydrofluoric Acid ACS Reagent Chemicals

    This monograph for Hydrofluoric Acid provides, in addition to common physical constants, a general description including typical appearance, applications, aqueous solubility, density, and pKa. The monograph also details the following specifications and corresponding tests for verifying that a substance meets ACS Reagent Grade specifications including: Assay, Fluosilicic Acid, Residue after ...

  • The use of hydrofluoric acid in the laboratory – Andy

    2017-03-26  Aqueous hydrofluoric acid is not a strong acid [1]; however, it is very dangerous. The first question you should always ask is. Do you need to use HF? If there is an alternative, take it [1, 2]. Although hydrofluoric acid (HF) is a weak acid it does attack silicates very effectively, and most oxides-although not, for example, spinels and ...

  • Method for hydrofluoric acid digestion of silica/alumina ...

    1993-09-07  The process for hydrofluoric acid digestion of silica/alumina matrix material for the production of silicon tetrafluoride and aluminum fluoride and other heavy metals involves the following general equations: I. Separation silica/alumina matrix material as SiF 4 (g) and AlF 3: SiO 2 /Al 2 O 3 +10HF SiF 4 (g) +2AlF 3 (aq) +5H 2 O . II. Purification of SiF 4 by addition of NaF in excess HF: SiF ...

  • Hydrofluoric acid - WikiMili, The Best Wikipedia Reader

    Hydrofluoric acid is a solution of hydrogen fluoride (HF) in water.It is used to make most fluorine-containing compounds; examples include the pharmaceutical fluoxetine (Prozac) and the material PTFE (Teflon). Elemental fluorine is produced from it. Solutions

  • Can hydrofluoric acid be used in HPLC -

    2011-06-06  Can hydrofluoric acid be used in HPLC. Discussions about HPLC, CE, TLC, SFC, and other "liquid phase" separation techniques. 12 posts Page 1 of 1. Can hydrofluoric acid be used in HPLC. paddle1234 Posts: 8 Joined: Thu Dec 02, 2010 12:14 pm. by paddle1234 » Fri May 27, 2011 8:27 am hydrofluoric acid can do damage to Silica material, but it should be concentration dependant in

  • Dissolution Kinetics of Crystalline and Amorphous Silica ...

    Dissolution Kinetics of Crystalline and Amorphous Silica in Hydrofluoric‐Hydrochloric Acid Mixtures. DA‐TUNG LIANG. Department of Ceramic Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210. Member, the American Ceramic Society. Search for more papers by this author. DENNIS W. READEY. Department of Ceramic Engineering, The Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio 43210.

  • Acid leaching of silica sand - Laboratory Testing ...

    To participate in the 911Metallurgist Forums, be sure to JOIN LOGIN Use Add New Topic to ask a New Question/Discussion about Mineral Processing or Laboratory Work. OR Select a Topic that Interests you. Use Add Reply = to Reply/Participate in a Topic/Discussion (most frequent). Using Add Reply allows you to Attach Images or PDF files and provide a more complete input. Use Add Comment = to ...

  • Silica Sand Processing Sand Washing Plant Equipment

    Acid proof construction in most cases is necessary as the pulps may be corrosive from the presence of sulfuric acid. A pH of 2.5-3.0 is common. Wood construction with molded rubber and 304 or 316 stainless steel are the usual materials of construction. In the flotation step the impurity minerals are floated off in a froth product which is diverted to waste. The clean, contaminent-free silica ...

  • I. Silicon in Rice Plants and Molybdenum Yellow Method

    Excellent agreement in the silica measurement of rice plants was confirmed among the direct extraction method, the gravimetric method and the digestion-separation-dissolution method. In the molybdenum yellow method, the addition of boric acid enabled to mask the interference of hydrofluoric acid, and the least amount of citric acid required for the elimination of phosphorus interference was ...

  • Hydrofluoric acid HF - PubChem

    Hydrofluoric acid is an irritant to the mucosa of the upper and lower portions of the respiratory tract. As in ocular tissues, concentrations as low as 5 mg/L (5 ppm) may produce irritation to the nasal mucosa. When hydrofluoric acid is present in concentrations greater than 48%, the solution fumes, adding to the volatile airborne fraction ...

  • , Micro‐Methods to Estimate Plant Silicon Content by ...

    2006-01-24  Excellent agreement in the silica measurement of rice plants was confirmed among the direct extraction method, the gravimetric method and the digestion‐separation‐dissolution method. In the molybdenum yellow method, the addition of boric acid enabled to mask the interference of hydrofluoric acid, and the least amount of citric acid required for the elimination of phosphorus interference ...

  • Hydrofluoric Acid Safe Handling and Use

    Hydrofluoric Acid Safe Handling and Use . Hydrofluoric acid (HF) is a corrosive acid used for many processes including mineral digestion, surface cleaning, etching, and biological staining. HF is a clear and colorless liquid with an irritating odor at low concentrations. HF is a very hazardous acid since it can quickly penetrate tissues causing deep tissue damage and systemic toxicity ...

  • Separation and Purification of Quartz from Whole Rock

    Hydrofluoric/Nitric Acid Leach Samples are leached in a dilute hydrofluoric/nitric acid solution in order to dissolve minerals other than quartz and to remove meteoritic 10Be. Samples are generally leached twice in 1000 ml of a 5% HF/HNO 3 solution and placed on – :

  • Fluorescent Boronic Acid Polymer Grafted on Silica ...

    2014-02-12  Besides binding simple monosaccharides, we also expected the boronic acid polymer brush immobilized on silica to offer a convenient tool for separation of large biomolecules containing cis-diols, e.g., glycoproteins. To test this possibility, we selected horseradish peroxidase (HRP) as a model to find out if [email protected](APBA-PA) can separate this glycoprotein from solution. Using HRP as a model ...

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  • Determination of Trace Anions in Hydrofluoric Acid ...

    Concentrated hydrofluoric acid (HF) is used in the semiconductor and electronics industries, both alone and as one component of a buffered oxide etchant (BOE), to remove oxide layers during device production. This HF must be of high purity, especially with respect to anionic impurities that can damage the semiconductor (e.g., chloride and sulfate). In 1997, Semiconductor Equipment and ...

  • Precipitation of hydrated silica from spent hydrofluoric ...

    Recent studies have shown that the reaction of clay with hydrofluoric (HF) acid is more complex than was earlier believed. It has been found that fluosilicic acid, generated during initial dissolution of clay, reacts with additional clay, extracting aluminum and depositing hydrated silica. It has ...

  • Can hydrofluoric acid be used in HPLC -

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