Themed collection: Metal extraction and recycling

RSC Advances is delighted to present this themed collection titled ‘Metal extraction and recycling’.

This collection aims to highlight the chemistry and chemical processes that underpin, and provide insight into, metal extraction and recycling. Metal extraction and recycling is an exciting and diverse topic for which fundamental chemical knowledge and its application are required. It is hoped that this collection will provide both greater awareness of the issues in metal extraction and recycling, and showcase the advances provided by chemists and researchers in allied disciplines.

This collection is Guest Edited by Professor Isabelle Billard (Université Grenoble Alpes), Professor Alexandre Chagnes (University of Lorraine), Dr Euan Doidge (Imperial College London), Professor Jason B. Love (University of Edinburgh) and Professor Magdalena Regel-Rosocka (Poznan University of Technology). They provide an overview of the collection in this accompanying Editorial.

A selection of articles have been highlighted below, and you can view the full collection here.

Towards electrochemical iridium recycling in acidic media: effect of the presence of organic molecules and chloride ions
L. Moriau, K. Stojanovski, P. Jovanovič, D. Escalera-López, S. Cherevko and N. Hodnik
RSC Adv., 2023, 137980-7987

A multi-faceted approach to probe organic phase composition in TODGA systems with 1-alcohol phase modifiers
Allison A. Peroutka, Shane S. Galley and Jenifer C. Shafer
RSC Adv., 2023, 13, 6017-6026

View the full collection here

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