Anzeige der Eintrage 1-10 von 15
Biotechnologies for Critical Raw Material Recovery from Primary and Secondary Sources: R&D Priorities and Future Perspectives
Europe is confronted with an increasing supply risk of critical raw materials. These can be defined as materials of which the risks of supply shortage and their impacts on the economy are higher compared to most of other ...
Outdoor fate and environmental impact of polymer solar cells through leaching and emission to rainwater and soil
The emission of silver and zinc to the aq. environment (rain, fog, dew) from polymer solar cells installed outdoors is presented. Studies included pristine solar cells and solar cells subjected to mech. damage under natural ...
Arsenic Mobilization from Historically Contaminated Mining Soils in a Continuously Operated Bioreactor: Implications for Risk Assessment
Concentrations of soil arsenic (As) in the vicinity of the former Złoty Stok gold mine (Lower Silesia, southwest Poland) exceed 1000 μg g–1 in the area, posing an inherent threat to neighboring bodies of water. This study ...
Incineration of organic solar cells: Efficient end of life management by quantitative silver recovery
Recovery of silver from the electrodes of roll-to-roll processed org. solar cells after incineration has been performed quant. by extn. with nitric acid. This procedure is more than 10 times faster than previous reports ...
Antimony retention and release from drained and waterlogged shooting range soil under field conditions
Many soils polluted by antimony (Sb) are subject to fluctuating waterlogging conditions; yet, little is known about how these affect the mobility of this toxic element under field conditions. Here, we compared Sb leaching ...