Benefication technology for lithium-containing hydrogenic mineral products
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A technology of reagentless sorption benefication is developed for lithium-containing hydrogenic mineral products of calcium chloride and magnesium chloride type. By the technology, it is possible to obtain lithium concentrates at a ratio of the summed Mg and Ca concentration to Li concentration less than 15, which is 12–25 times lower than in the primary brines.
KeywordsBrine lithium benefication granular sorbent lithium concentrate
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