This course will cover science and technology underpinning the production of metals from raw ores and electronic wastes by using high and low-temperature processes. This course discusses the principles of metal production by using pyrometallurgy, hydro-electrometallurgy, and also recycling. The fundamentals of metallurgical processes such as thermodynamics will also be addressed. This course will cover the extraction of Cu, Ni, Sn, Zn, Pb, rare earth metals, and the recycling of WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) using metallurgical methods and also microbes. Rare earth metals utilization for advanced technology will be covered as well.

Equivalent to MG-4025 Sustainable Process Metallurgy (3 credit)

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