• Electrochemical Behavior of Tin in Molten LiCl-KCl at 450 ℃ 

      Qin, Bo; Cui, Peng; Martinez, Ana Maria Cuellar; Haarberg, Geir Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The electrochemical behavior of tin was studied with cyclic voltammetry at glassy carbon electrodes in the fused LiCl-KCl at 450 ℃. Metallic tin deposition on the glassy carbon electrode occurs at a potential of around ...
    • Electrochemical Reduction of Indium and Tin Oxides from Molten Salts 

      Qin, Bo (Doctoral thesis at NTNU;2015:187, Doctoral thesis, 2015)
      Indium is considered to be a rare element. The largest end use for indium is ITO powder. ITO is indium oxide combined with 10 percent tin oxide and this represent approximately 72 percent of the indium market. ITO can ...
    • Electrodeposition of indium and tin from molten chloride electrolytes 

      Haarberg, Geir Martin; Qin, Bo; Martinez, Ana Maria Cuellar (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2017)
      Recycling of electronic waste to recover the metal value is of prime importance, especially for metals with limited resources. An electrochemical approach should be an interesting option to develop sustainable recycling ...
    • Removal and recovery of indium from ITO coated glass and scraps using molten salt electrolysis 

      Cui, Peng; Qin, Bo; Martinez, Ana Maria Cuellar; Haarberg, Geir Martin (Peer reviewed; Journal article, 2019)
      Indium is an important strategic resource due to the scarcity for the metal. In the present study, molten salt electrolysis is used to reduce indium from ITO coated glass and scraps in order to seek a new way to recycle ...
    • The Behavior of Additives LiF, MgF2 and KF on Current Efficiency in Aluminium Electrolysis 

      Cui, Peng; Qin, Bo; Haarberg, Geir Martin (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2019)
      The effects of LiF, MgF2 and KF additions to the electrolyte on current efficiency were investigated during aluminium electrolysis using base NaF−AlF3−Al2O3 system with a cryolite ratio of 2.5, 4% Al2O3 and 5% CaF2 at 980°C ...