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Ferric ions in dilute acidic leach liquor of uranium ore of Saghand were separated by anion exchange resins. In this research, a simulated solution similar to the actual leach liquor of Saghand was prepared. The simulated solution which was containing chloride and ferric ions, rare earth elements, and some other impurities was treated by different types of Dowex anion exchange resins for ferric ions removal. It appeared that hydrochloric acidic concentration, resin types and particle sizes have a great impact on ferric ions adsorption. Dowex 1X4 (200-400 mesh) has the best adsorption of 91% in simulated solution and 79% in actual leach liquor of uranium ore of Saghand respectively.
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