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publicado na web em 04/12/2017 This paper describes a route for recovering manganese and zinc from spent zinc-MnO 2 dry cells via acid leaching. Sulfuric, hydrofluoric and formic acids were used as leachants. Hydrogen peroxide was added as reductant, except for formic acid since it is itself a reductant. Experiments were run at 25-40 o C for 1-3 h. Under the best optimal conditions, over 95 wt.% of zinc and manganese were leached irrespective of the leachant. Leaching of contaminants wasdoi:10.21577/0100-4042.20170162 fatcat:ood3bvd5ybgllio6gkwdojejve