Novel waste printed circuit board recycling process with molten salt

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Riedewald, Frank; Sousa-Gallagher, Maria;

The objective of the method was to prove the concept of a novel waste PCBs recycling process which uses inert, stable molten salts as the direct heat transfer fluid and, simultaneously, uses this molten salt to separate the metal products in either liquid (solder, zinc,... View more
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