Materials Handbook: A Concise Desktop Reference (英語) ハードカバー – 2018/9/6
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François Cardarelli has had wide-ranging commercial and industrial experience of materials, commodities and processes:
- at CNRS in Paris he designed and used electrochemical sensors for pollution control;
- as a research scientist at Électricité de France he helped to invent methods of preparation of industrial titanium and tantalum electrodes;
- as a registered professional consultant in Toulouse, he solved problems in electrochemical engineering, the selection of electrode materials, corrosion and high-temperature operation;
- at the Avestor Corporation, he worked as an industrial electrochemist and materials expert in charge of strategic raw materials, scientific and technical support for lithium processing and, as Battery Product Leader, in charge of lithium polymer batteries for electric vehicles, down-hole drilling anf telecommunications he defined battery requirements and specifications and invented pyrometallurgical and hydrometallurgical processing for spent lithium batteries;
- at Rio Tinto Iron and Titanium, he was principal chemist for Materials at Sorel-Tracy in Québec dealing with valorization processes for industrial residues and refractory benchmarking. He invented two processes for electrowinning of titanium from slags and the electrolysis of metallic iron and regeneration of chlorine from metal chloride wastes.
- at the Material and Electrochemical Research (MER) Corp., Tucson (Arizona, USA) he was principal electrochemist working on the electrowinning of titanium metal powder from composite anodes and other materials-related projects.
- following a period as Manager of Recycling at 5NPlus Inc in Saint-Laurent Québec, since 2010, he has been President and owner of the company Electrochem Technologies & Materials Inc., based in Montreal (Quebec), Canada, manufacturing industrial electrodes, producing niobium, tantalum, and tungsten fine chemicals from industrial by-products and concentrates, inventing, developing, patenting and commercializing novel electrochemical and chemical technologies for electrowinning iron and iron-rich alloys from industrial wastes and effluents, and recycling rare earth oxides from spent fluorescent lamps.