The substance Waste solids, lead silver anode is a UVCB (origin: inorganic)
Public name: Lead-Silver Oxides; Pb-Ag Oxide Drosses
|EC name:||Waste solids, lead silver anode|
|CAS number (EC inventory):||94552-05-3|
|IUPAC name:||Residues remaining after recovering, melting and alloying of electrolytic lead/silver anodes. Consists primarily of lead, lead compounds, manganese oxides as well as minor amounts of other metals and/or their compounds.|
During the Zinc electrolysis, the Lead-anodes need to be regularly cleaned and maintained. At the end of their service life, anodes need to be recycled. They are taken to a melting/casting shop where the Pb.Ag anodes are melted and recast
A scum/dross is formed on the melt surface, containing Lead oxide, manganese dioxide and some entrained metallic Pb-Ag alloy
The residues are isolated, from the molten metallic bath, by mechanical separation (rattling) and collected from the baghouse-filters
The separated material is collected into small containers near the furnace, the casting line and/or the filtersThis Intermediate is typically used in production units of Lead metal or Lead compounds.
|Molecular weight range:||n.a.|
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