Precious Metal Recycling: A Practical Analysis of Rhodium Oxide Recovery

Rhodium oxide is an inorganic compound primarily used in hydroformylation, formylation, and hydroxylation reactions. Today, Pingsawa Precious Metals will discuss the recycling process of rhodium oxide, hoping to provide valuable insights to the audience.


Precious Metal Recycling
The first step in rhodium oxide recycling involves sorting and filtering to remove impurities, followed by instrumental analysis. After the initial assessment, the extraction process begins. Typically, chemical methods are employed to separate rhodium oxide from other substances.

Once extracted, chemical solutions are added to remove impurities not eliminated in the previous steps, further refining and purifying the rhodium oxide to enhance its purity.

After this step, further testing is conducted. If the purity is still deemed insufficient, additional purification methods, such as electrolysis, are applied until the desired level of purity is achieved.