Marino Gergoric

Doktorand at Chalmers, Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Energy and Material, Nuclear Chemistry

Marino works with neodymium magnets recycling as a part of the EREAN FP7 Marie-Curie Initial Training Network. His main focus is on the development and optimization of separation processes for heavy rare earths, primarily through solvent extraction.

Source: chalmers.se

Publications

2018

The long term stability of silica nanoparticle gels in waters of different ionic compositions and pH values

Christian Sögaard, Johan Funehag, Marino Gergoric et al
Colloids and Surfaces A: Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects. Vol. 544, p. 127-136
Journal article
2017

Separation of Heavy Rare-Earth Elements from Light Rare-Earth Elements Via Solvent Extraction from a Neodymium Magnet Leachate and the Effects of Diluents

Marino Gergoric, Christian Ekberg, Britt-Marie Steenari et al
JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE METALLURGY. Vol. 3 (3), p. 601-610
Journal article
2017

Characterization and Leaching of Neodymium Magnet Waste and Solvent Extraction of the Rare-Earth Elements Using TODGA

Marino Gergoric, Christian Ekberg, Mark Foreman et al
JOURNAL OF SUSTAINABLE METALLURGY. Vol. 3 (3), p. 638-645
Journal article
2015

Reclaiming rare earth elements from end-of-life products: A review of the perspectives for urban mining using hydrometallurgical unit operations

Cristian Tunsu, Martina Petranikova, Marino Gergoric et al
Hydrometallurgy. Vol. 156, p. 239-258
Journal article

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Projects

2013–2017

European Rare Earth Magnet Recycling Network (EREAN)

Mark Foreman Nuclear Chemistry
Britt-Marie Steenari Nuclear Chemistry
Mikhail S Tyumentsev Nuclear Chemistry
Marino Gergoric Nuclear Chemistry
European Commission (FP7)

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