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Reaction between LiBr and Zeolite

Reaction between LiBr and Zeolite

Reaction between LiBr and Zeolite

Hi! We have an spillage of Lithium bromide in the plant, but it is already contained.

The problem now is how can we treat it so that we can dispose it properly...

We have a stack of zeolite in the plant, however, I do not know if it could address the problem. I am pretty much sure it can adjust the pH but what we worry most is the bromine...    

We want to neutralize it using AgNO3 but the end product is still in the hazards list.

Hope to hear some suggestions and/or opinions regarding this matter.  

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