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List of Publications of François CARDARELLI


REFERENCE BOOKS [top]

François Cardarelli (2008) - Materials Handbook. A Concise Desktop Reference, Second Edition. - SPRINGER, London, New York. xxxviii, 1345 pages, 55 figures, ISBN 978-1-846-28-668-1.

• François Cardarelli (2003) - Encyclopaedia of Scientific Units, Weights and Measures. Their SI Equivalences and Origins. - SPRINGER, London, New York. xxiv, 848 pages, ISBN 1-852-33-682-X (second printing in 2004, third printing in 2005, fourth printing in 2006), CAS [2004:580,707].

François Cardarelli (2000) - Materials Handbook. A Concise Desktop Reference. - SPRINGER, London, New York. ix, 595 pages, ISBN 1-852-33-168-2 (second printing in 2001), CAS [2004:580,703].

François Cardarelli (1999) - Scientific Unit Conversion. A Practical Guide to Metrication, Second edition. - SPRINGER, London, New York. xvi, 488 pages, ISBN 1-852-33-043-0, CAS [126:317,024].

François Cardarelli (1997) - Scientific Unit Conversion. A Practical Guide to Metrication. - SPRINGER, London, Heidelberg. xvi, 456 pages, ISBN 3-540-760-22-9 (second printing in 1998), CAS [126:317,024].


ARTICLES [top]

• Michel Guéguin and François Cardarelli - Chemistry and mineralogy of titania-rich slags. Part 1—Hemo-ilmenite, sulphate, and upgraded titania slags. - Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review (MP&EMR), 28(1)(2007)1-58; CAS [147:410,189] [Abstract HTML][PDF file (2.5 MB)].

• Nicolas Geoffroy and François Cardarelli - A  method for leaching or dissolving gold from ores or precious metal scrap. - Journal of Metals (JOM), 57(8)(2005)47-50; CAS [144:296,240] [Abstract HTML] [PDF file (280 KB)].

• François Cardarelli; Christos Comninellis; André Savall; Pierre Taxil; Georgia Manoli and Olivier Leclerc - Preparation of oxygen evolving electrodes with long service life under extreme conditions. - Journal of Applied Electrochemistry (JAE), 28(3)(1998)245–250; CAS [128:287,682]
[Abstract HTML] [PDF file (584 KB)].

• François Cardarelli - Techniques for deposition of thin tantalum coatings from molten salts. - Metal Powder Report, 52(5)(1997)51.

François Cardarelli; Pierre Taxil and André Savall - Tantalum protective thin coating techniques for the chemical process industry: molten salts electrocoating as a new alternative. - International Journal of Refractory Metals & Hard Materials (IJRM&HM), 14(5-6)(1996)365–381; CAS [126:49,657] [Abstract HTML] [PDF file (1.9 MB)].

François Cardarelli; Marius Chemla; Jean-Pierre Simonin and Pierre Turq - Formulation for the preparation of a beta scintillating plastic device. - Journal of Optical Materials, 4(6)(1995)735–741; CAS [124:204,203] [Abstract HTML] [PDF file (380 KB)].


PATENTS [top]


 Canadian Patent 2,878,486 C PROCESS FOR RECOVERING RARE EARTH OXIDES FROM PHOSPHORS, FLUORESCENT LAMPS AND LIGHT BULBS, CATHODE RAY TUBES AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL WASTES
François Cardarelli (Electrochem Technologies & Materials Inc., Montreal, QC)


Canadian Patent 2,849,787 CProcess for upgrading tantalum and niobium ores and concentrates with the recovery of manganese and rare earths oxides
François Cardarelli (Electrochem Technologies & Materials Inc., Montreal, QC)

PRESS RELEASES about the above patented technologies:
A process that recovers rare-eath elements from "urban mining" by Gerald Ondrey. Published in the CHEMENTATOR section on page 12 of Chemical Engineering Magazine (New York City, NY), June 2014 [PDF file (49 KB)]
A cleaner, safer way to obtain tantalum and niobium by Gerald Parkinson. Published in the CHEMENTATOR section on page 14 of Chemical Engineering Magazine (New York City, NY), June 2013 [PDF file (296 KB)].

Canadian Patent 2,717,887 C Electrochemical process for the recovery of metallic iron and sulfuric acid values from iron-rich sulfate wastes, mining residues and pickling liquors.
François Cardarelli (Electrochem Technologies & Materials Inc., Montreal, QC)
  • PCT International Patent Application WO 2009/124393 (A1), October 15th, 2009 [PDF file (1.8 MB)]
  • Canadian Patent CA 2,717,887 C, June 14th, 2016 [PDF file (1.82 MB)]
  • Chinese Patent CN 102084034 B, June 06th, 2011  [PDF file (1.45 MB)]
  • Japanese Patent JP 5469157 B2, February 7th, 2014 [PDF file (1.04 MB)]
  • South African Patent ZA 2010/07214, August 31, 2011
  • European Patent Application EP 2268852 A4
  • Brazil Patent Application BRPI 0911653 A2 [PDF file (3.64 MB)]
  • India Patent Application 2216/MUMNP/2010
  • United States Patent Application US 2011/00089045 (A1), April 21, 2011 [PDF file (1.3 MB)]

PRESS RELEASES about the above patented technology:
Green process for electrowinning of iron and regenerating sulfuric acid. Published in Advanced Materials & Processes (ASM Internetalional, Materials Park, OH), January 2011 [PDF file (116 KB)].
Electrowinning of iron and concurrent regeneration of sulfuric acid from copperas and iron-rich sulfate wastes
by Gerald Parkinson. Published in CHEMENTATOR section of Chemical Engineering Magazine (New York City, NY), June 2010 [PDF file (296 KB)].

Canadian Patent Application 2,680,810 A1High temperature pyrometallurgical reduction process for the recovery of fused refractory metal oxides and the production of vanadium-rich alloys from mining residues or metallurgical wastes by--produced during the beneficiation and upgrading of titania slags
François Cardarelli (Montreal, QC) and Michel Gueguin (Sorel, QC)

Canadian Patent Application 2,680,729 A1Thermal process for the recovery of refractory metal oxides and the production of vanadium-rich alloys from mining residues or metallurgical wastes by--produced during the beneficiation and upgrading of titania slags
Michel Gueguin (Sorel, QC) and François Cardarelli (Montreal, QC)

Canadian Patent 2,663,652 CElectrochemical process for the recovery of metallic iron and chlorine values from iron-rich metal chloride wastes
François Cardarelli (QIT-Fer & Titane, Inc./Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium)

Canadian Patent 2,718,585 CElectrochemical process for the recovery of metallic iron and chlorine values from iron-rich metal chloride wastes
François Cardarelli et al. (QIT-Fer & Titane, Inc./Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium)

Canadian Patent Application 2,660,141 A1High strength, lightweight, corrosion resistant and conductive composite metallic material uses thereof and processes for making the same
François Cardarelli (Tucson, AZ/Montreal, QC)
  • PCT International Patent Application WO 2008/017156 (A1), February 14th, 2008 [PDF file (1.8 MB)]
  • United States Patent Application US 2010/0261034 (A1), October 14th, 2010 [PDF file (308 KB)]
  • Canadian Patent Application CA 2,660,141 A1, February 14th, 2008 [PDF file (1.8 MB)]
  • CAS [148:244,103]

United States Patent 7,504,017 B2Method for electrowinning of titanium metal or alloy from titanium oxide containing compound in the liquid state
François Cardarelli (QIT-Fer & Titane, Inc./Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium)

Canadian Patent Application 2,329,834 A1High strength, heat- and corrosion-resistant ceramic granules for proppants
David Droppert; François Cardarelli; Yves Dessureault and Pat Fiore (QIT-Fer & Titane, Inc./Rio Tinto Iron & Titanium)
  • Canadian Patent Application CA 2,329,834 (A1), June 28, 2002; CAS [142: 244546z] [PDF file (540 KB)]

United States Patent 7,192,764 B2Method for recycling spent lithium metal polymer rechargeable batteries and related material
François Cardarelli and Jonathan Dubé (Bathium Canada Inc. formerly Avestor Corporation and Hydro-Québec)

European Patent EP 0925 387 B1Anode with enhanced durability and method for making the same
François Cardarelli; Christos Comninellis; André Savall; Pierre Taxil; Véronique Reid; Georgia Manoli and Olivier Leclerc (Électricité de France - EDF)
  • PCT International Patent Application WO 1997/043465 (A1), November 20, 1997 [PDF file (976 KB)]
  • European Patent EP 0925 387 (B1), June 30, 1999 [PDF file (672 KB)]
  • CAS [127:352,388]

French Patent Application 2,735,386 A1Long life high potential electrochemical anode
François Cardarelli; Christos Comninellis; André Savall and Pierre Taxil (Électricité de France - EDF)


PROCEEDINGS [top]

James C. Withers, François Cardarelli, John Laughlin, and Raouf O. Loutfy - Recent improvements for electrowinning titanium metal from composites anodes. - in Haussman, J.; Katayama, Y.; and Friedrich, B. (eds.)(2008) - International Round Table on Titanium Production in Molten Salts. - DLR German Aerospace Center, Cologne, Germany, March 2-4, 2008 [PDF file (112 KB)].

• François Cardarelli; Pierre Taxil; André Savall; Christos Comninellis; Georgia Manoli and Véronique Reid - Oxygen evolving electrodes with long service life in acidic medium. - 4th European Electrochemical Processing Conference, The Versatile Solution, Barcelona, Spain, April 14 (1997).

• François Cardarelli; Pierre Taxil; André Savall; Christos Comninellis; Georgia Manoli and Olivier Leclerc - A new development for the preparation of oxygen evolving electrodes with long service life under extreme conditions. - in Ivo Rousar (ed.) - Contemporary Trends in Electrochemical Engineering Prague (CZ), CHISA ’96 - 4th European Symposium of Electrochemical Engineering - pages 191-197 (1996).


DOCTORATE THESIS [top]

• François Cardarelli (1996) - Optimization of dimensionnally stable anode such as metal/tantalum/electrocatalyst oxide, for oxygen evolution in acidic media. - Doctorate Thesis No. 2420, Université Paul Sabatier, Toulouse, France (September 26, 1996) [PDF file (2.4 MB)].

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