Method of purification of diamond synthesis products at extraction of metallic nickel and manganese

FIELD: electrochemical extraction of metals from complex compounds; purification of diamond synthesis products.

SUBSTANCE: proposed method includes electrochemical treatment of synthesis product in acid electrolyte for obtaining graphite-diamond product containing 0.5-2.0% of metallic admixtures and deposition of metallic nickel and manganese on cathode. During purification of diamond synthesis products at extraction of nickel and manganese in form of metallic product, electrochemical treatment is carried out in membrane-type electrolyzer at circulation of catholyte through second electrolyzer. Process is conducted in area of temperatures of 25-30°C at cathode current density in the first electrolyzer of 2-15 A/dm2 and 15-30 A/dm2 in the second electrolyzer; catholyte pH in the presence of 100-150 g/l of (NH4)2SO4 in it is maintained at outlet from the first electrolyzer of 5-7.5 and 2.5-5 at return.

EFFECT: possibility of performing nickel and manganese extraction and purification of diamond synthesis products in one cycle.

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The invention relates to an electrochemical separation of metals from materials of complex composition, in particular to a method of cleaning products for the synthesis of diamonds, and can be used at the enterprises of diamond tools for the production of synthetic diamonds.

Synthetic diamond powders are widely used in the manufacture of abrasive tools and pastes, medical instrument, upon receipt of an electrolytic composite coatings in the manufacture of rubber products, electronics industry and so on

The synthesis of diamond from graphite at high temperatures and pressures in the presence as catalyst of a metal alloy, in particular an alloy containing 40% Ni and 60% Mn. The original charge for carrying out synthesis has the composition: 50% graphite and 50% of the alloy Ni-Mn. During the synthesis of 40-50% of the graphite is converted to diamond. Reaction sintered product of the synthesis of diamond (PSA) - typically contains: 20-25% of the diamond, 20% Ni, 30% Mn and the rest supercriticalities graphite. The final and most difficult stage in the process of getting diamonds is their cleaning, which is considered a limiting factor in the growth of production of synthetic diamond powder.

To clean diamonds from carbon and metal impurities are various physical and chemical methods, which are detailed is described in the scientific literature [see, for example, V.A. Mukhanov Improved methods of extraction of diamonds from a variety of diamond-containing materials. Superhard materials. 2003, №4, p.16-26; Vereshchagin A.L., Larionov I.S. Cleaning diamonds / Polzunov almanac, No. 3, 1999); Isaev R.N. Methods of extraction of diamonds from various materials and methods for their purification. Superhard materials, 1989, No. 2, pp.30-34]. Sintered crushed and milled to a particle size - 2-0,8 mm, metal impurities leached mineral acids and their mixtures, then the main part of the graphite is removed mechanically, in particular by gravity methods. At the final stage for cleaning diamond powder from residual graphite it is treated with various oxidants, mainly chromic acid mixture (solution chromic anhydride or bichromate of potassium in concentrated sulfuric acid). If necessary, the resulting product is subjected to more fine cleaning of silicon and its compounds with the use of fluorine-containing reactants.

The most expensive link in the purification of synthetic diamonds is the stage chemical leaching of metals with acid solutions. It is associated with significant consumption of acidic reagents, significant ecological impact on the environment and irrecoverable loss of the entire Nickel and manganese from the waste acid solutions. Existing FPIC who would used for cleaning synthetic diamond powders, do not allow to solve this problem.

Some studies have attempted to extract the Nickel and manganese from sulfate solutions by electrodialysis method [see, for example, A. M. Levin, V.A. Bryukvin, Wolson L.M., Anufrieva GI Extraction of Nickel and manganese from sulphate solutions using membrane electrodialysis. "Non-ferrous metals", 2000, No. 2, p.41-44; G.P. Bogatyreva, Marinich M.A., basali GA Allocation of Nickel from solutions after extraction of superhard materials. "Superhard materials, 1984, No. 3, page 11-14]. However, these developments do not provide the necessary degree of metal extraction and regeneration of the used acid reagent.

Known electrochemical leaching DOG with the transfer of metals in solutions [see Drozdovich V.B. have been, smoked I.I. Study of chemical and electrochemical decomposition metallogidridnyh class of diamond synthesis. Powder metallurgy (Republican interdepartmental collection of scientific works - Belarus), issue 21, 1998, p.34-37]. In this work shows the possible processes at electrochemical decomposition of the DOG and the feasibility of using for this purpose solutions of sulfuric and hydrochloric acids. The work is exemplary in nature and not given technological parameters on the extraction and the other is m important process parameters.

The closest technical solution is the electrochemical processing of the product of synthesis of diamonds with kattnig deposition of metals [see, for example, G.P. Bogatyreva, Marinich M.A., basali G.A. investigation of the influence of the nature of metals solvents on the kinetics of electrochemical dissolution of the product of synthesis of diamonds. Superhard materials, 1999, No.1, p.59-65]. The process is based on the anodic dissolution of metals from the DOG in hydrochloric acid or sulfuric acid electrolyte in the temperature range of 40-60°in the electrolyzer, in which there is simultaneous selection of the metal at the cathode. The disadvantages of this process include low extraction of manganese due to high temperature and strong acidity of the electrolyte, the misclose cycle due to accumulation in the electrolyte of manganese and, as a consequence, the need for disposal of waste electrolyte after each cycle.

The proposed method allows you to virtually eliminate these drawbacks. This is achieved by using electrochemical treatment of PSA in membrane electrolyzer circulation Catolica (electrolyte cathode chamber). As in the prototype, the electrolyte used sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid solutions or mixtures thereof. The concentration of Nickel and manganese in the electrolyte changes during the process depending on the pH of rest the ditch. The proposed method allows to quantitatively extract the Nickel and manganese from the DOG in the form of metal with simultaneous receipt of graphite-diamond product suitable for further processing by the known technological scheme.

Determinants of electrochemical processing of the DOG in the membrane electrolyzer circulation Catolica are pH Catolica, process temperature, cathode current density, the content in the electrolyte (catholyte) ammonium sulfate.

The essence of the proposed method lies in the fact that the electrochemical treatment of the DOG in the membrane electrolyzer circulation Catolica allows you to combine three processes in a single cycle: 1 - oxidation in the anode chamber under the influence of the anode current of Nickel and manganese from the DOG with their transition into the solution. In the case of using sulfuric acid electrolyte is also partial oxidation of graphite to carbon dioxide; 2 - transition under the influence of the cathode current of ions of manganese and Nickel through cation membrane from the anode chamber into the cathode and their deposition on the cathode, mainly Nickel, as more passive metal in comparison with manganese. Constant replenishment of Catolica ions Ni2+from the anode chamber restricts the discharge of manganese ions on the cathode, the catholyte is gradually saturated with ions of Mn2+and the pH of the electrolyte is increased; 3 - the transfer of Catolica in another cell where the cathode is deposited manganese residual Nickel, resulting in a decrease in pH of the electrolyte and the return of Catolica from the second cell in the first by circulating a solution that allows you to maintain the pH at the required level.

After complete dissolution of metals from the anode chamber is unloaded the remainder, representing a mixture of diamond from graphite. The residue is filtered, washed with water and sent for processing to obtain diamond powder by known scheme. The mother liquor from the washing water is returned to the anode chamber for reuse. Highlighted on the cathode metals removed, washed, dried, and as a commercial product (after processing) is used in the synthesis of synthetic diamonds. Catholyte without any additional operations used in the next cycle. The result is an environmentally friendly waste-free closed cycle, allowing to extract diamonds from the DOG while removing the metal-supported catalysts.

In the proposed method, the electrolyte used hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid solution or a mixture thereof. pH Catolica has a very strong influence on the deposition of metals, particularly the deposition of manganese. In acidic and weakly acidic rest the arts facilitated the evolution of hydrogen. Only at pH 2 starts the deposition of manganese metal at the cathode. With increasing pH the current output of manganese increases. However, at high pH values (5-8,5) are formed hydroxides and basic salts of manganese and Nickel. To prevent the formation of hydroxide, manganese and Nickel in the electrolyte is injected ammonium sulfate in the amount of 50-175 g/l, more preferably 100 to 150 g/l, as taken in the electrolytic production of manganese. With a shortage of ions NH4+is the binding of manganese ions at the cathode in Mn(OH)2, when a large excess is allocated hydrogen as ammonium ions are the source of hydrogen, and the current output of the manganese is reduced. In the proposed method, the optimal pH values of circulating Catolica are: when the output from the first cell - 3-8,5, more preferably 5-7,5, when the return - 2-7, more preferably 2.5 to 5.

The temperature of the electrolyte is maintained at 20-35°S, more preferably 25-30°C. the Increase of temperature promotes rapid amplification of hydrogen, and therefore the suppression of the cathodic deposition of manganese. And at lower temperatures significantly slow down the processes of dissolution of metals from the DOG in the anode chamber, and discharge of ions of manganese and Nickel on the cathode due to the deterioration of the kinetic terms.

In the proposed method, the duration of the process depends mainly on the cathode current density. The process in membrane electrolysis is carried out at a cathode current density of 2 to 30 A/DM2more preferably, in the first cell, where mainly the deposition of Nickel - 2-15 A/DM2and in the second cell, where the deposition of manganese with residual Nickel - 15-30 A/DM2. At lower values of current density is strongly limited by the cathodic deposition of metals, and at high values - increases the release of hydrogen, which in turn decreases the current output of metals. The optimal duration of the process at specified values of cathodic current density varies in the range of 8-15 hours. After the process is complete, the total content of Nickel and manganese in the graphite-diamond product is reduced to 0.5 to 2.0%. The degree of extraction of metals from the DOG reaches 98-99,5%.

Further purification released from metallic impurities product synthesis with getting the diamond powder is the standard scheme: gravity concentration with removal of much of the graphite, and then fine chemical cleaning by treatment in chromic acid mixture.

The main results achieved by the electrochemical machining of a DOG with the extraction of diamonds and simultaneous achievement of metals to the of talization by the proposed method shown in the table.

The following examples illustrate the possibilities of the proposed method (these examples in the table in bold; indices 1-6 at room experience denote respectively the number of examples).

Example 1. A portion of a DOG weighing 100 g was placed in the anode chamber membrane of the cell and subjected to sulfuric acid environment of the electrochemical treatment at a temperature of 25°C for 15 h circulation Catolica through another cell. Cathode current density in the first cell was 2 A/DM2and in the second cell 15 A/DM2. the pH of the circulating Catolica containing 100 g/l (NH4)2SO4when the output from the first cell poderzhevala at the level of 6.5, and when you return at the level of 4.0. Received of 46.4 g of graphite-diamond product containing 1,13% metal. The extraction of Nickel and manganese from the DOG amounted to 91.4%.

Example 2. A portion of the DOG was treated at a temperature of 30°C for 12 h in membrane electrolyzer according to the above method. Cathode current density in the first cell to 5.0, in the second to 20.0 A/DM2. Contents (NH4)2SO4in the electrolyte 125 g/L. pH Catolica when the output from the first cell to 5.0, and when you return to 2.5. The mass of the obtained graphite-diamond product amounted to 50.5 g, and metallic Nickel and manganese - 48,1, Removing the metal is in from DOG 96,2%.

Example 3. The experiment was carried out in sulfuric acid environment in the following mode: temperature - 30°C, duration - 10 hours, the cathodic current density in the first electrolyzer - 10,0 A/DM2and the second 25 A/DM2the content of (NH4)2SO4in the electrolyte 150 g/l, pH Catolica when the output from the first cell is 7.5, and when returning to 5.0. When this is achieved the degree of extraction of metals from DOG 98,8%.

Example 4. The electrolyte composition and process temperature as in example 3. Cathode current density in the first and second electrolytic cells - and 15,0 30,0 A/DM2pH of Catolica when I exit and return of 7.0 and 3.5, respectively. The duration of the experiment 8 hours. As a result of 48.7 g of graphite-diamond product when the degree of extraction of the metals of 99.5%.

Example 5. Was used hydrochloric acid electrolyte. The experiment was carried out in the same way as in example 3. The output of the graphite-diamond product accounted for 50.2 g, and metals 48,9, the Degree of extraction of metals from the DOG of 97.8%.

Example 6. The experiment was carried out in a mixed electrolyte - sulfuric acid: hydrochloric acid = 1:1. Contents (NH4)2SO4in the electrolyte - 100 g/L. the Parameters of the process are similar to the settings shown in example 4. The output of the graphite-diamond product and metals from DOG to 48.5 g and 49,1,, respectively. Extraction of metals is 98.2%.

The main advantages of the proposed method zaklyuchayut what is the purification processes of the DOG from metallic impurities of manganese and Nickel, and the extraction of these metals occur simultaneously in a closed solutions environmentally friendly a single cycle. Thanks regeneration used in the synthesis of metal-supported catalysts, especially the expensive Nickel, and eliminate the formation of waste acid solutions in the process of cleaning the DOG, using the proposed method will significantly increase the volume of production of synthetic diamond powders without the environmental impact on the environment.

The method of purification of products of synthesis of diamonds with the extraction of metallic Nickel and manganese, including electrochemical processing of product synthesis in acidic electrolyte with the selection of the metal on the cathode, wherein the electrochemical process is carried out in a membrane electrolyzer with a circulation of Catolica through the second cell and the process is conducted in the temperature range of 25-30°at a cathode current density in the first cell 2-15 A/DM2in the second cell 15 to 30 A/DM2and pH Catolica in the presence of 100-150 g/l (NH4)2SO4support when the output from the first cell within 5-7,5, and upon return of 2.5 - 5.



 

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