In today’s issue, we’re going to discuss the process and methods of rhodium water recovery. You might know what rhodium is, but you may not be fully aware of the intricacies involved in the rhodium water recovery process. So, let’s delve into it together.


Precious Metal Recycling
Rhodium water, simply put, is wastewater containing the element rhodium, which often originates from industrial production processes. The extraction of rhodium is the core of the entire recovery process. We need to add specific chemical reagents to the rhodium water, which react with rhodium to form a precipitate. The key here lies in choosing the appropriate reagents and controlling the right reaction conditions, as these directly affect the efficiency and purity of the rhodium precipitate.

After precipitation, we obtain a solid material containing rhodium. However, this solid material also contains other impurities. The next step is to purify it through solvent extraction and ion exchange methods, thereby increasing the purity of the rhodium.

That’s all about rhodium water recovery. I hope today’s share gives you a deeper understanding and knowledge of rhodium water recovery as a part of precious metal recycling.

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