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recycling process water in sulfide flotation, part a

recycling process water in sulfide flotation, part a

DOI: 10.1007/BF03402455 Corpus ID: 99672302. Recycling process water in sulfide flotation, Part A: Effect of calcium and sulfate on sphalerite recovery @article{Ikumapayi2012RecyclingPW, title={Recycling process water in sulfide flotation, Part A: Effect of calcium and sulfate on sphalerite recovery}, author={F. Ikumapayi and M. Makitalo and B. Johansson and K. H. Rao}, journal={Mining

sulphate removal from flotation process water using ion

sulphate removal from flotation process water using ion

Water chemistry is one of the most important parameters affecting flotation performance. Various types of ions can dissolve and accumulate in process water depending on ore mineralogy, reagent scheme, grinding medium and chemistry of mine site water. Sulfur-based ions (sulfate, thiosulfate, polythionate) are generally observed in flotation of sulfide ores

(pdf) the flotation of gersdorffite in sulphide nickel

(pdf) the flotation of gersdorffite in sulphide nickel

The flotation of gersdorffite in sulphide nickel systems--A single mineral study. International Journal of , 2009. Ewen Silvester. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this paper. 37 Full PDFs related to this paper. READ PAPER

the interaction of flotation reagents with metal ions in

the interaction of flotation reagents with metal ions in

1.Introduction. Flotation is a great invention in the utilization of mineral resources. However, it was not until 1925 when xanthate could be used as a high-efficiency collector for sulphide ore (Keller et al., 1925) that mankind began to utilize mineral resources on a large scale, especially complex ores and low-grade polymetallic mineral resources

the effect of edta on the adsorption efficiency of

the effect of edta on the adsorption efficiency of

Abstract: In flotation process of the mineral recovery operation, the adsorption of Xanthate (KEX)(potassium ethyl xanthate) on copper activated pyrite, is affected by oxides,and hydroxides present on the surface of mineral sulfide. In order to increase the adsorption efficiency of Xanthate (KEX) on pyrite, a complexing agent EDTA (ethylene diamine tetra acetic) was used

recycle of wastewater from lead-zinc sulfide ore flo

recycle of wastewater from lead-zinc sulfide ore flo

Lead-zinc sulphide ore contains lead sulphide (galena), and zinc sulphide (sphalerite). In the first flotation stage, galena is rendered hydrophobic with an organic collector such as xanthate, while sphalerite is kept from floating by depressants, and in the second flotation stage, activator was used to activated zinc flotation. Since the organic regent used are different in the two flotation

the physical chemistry of flotation. vi. the adsorption of

the physical chemistry of flotation. vi. the adsorption of

A laboratory study of the influence of sodium sulphide and oxygen on the collectorless flotation of chalcopyrite. International Journal of Mineral Processing 1983, 11 (1) , 57-74

leading technology gold flotation cell plantcilcip method

leading technology gold flotation cell plantcilcip method

leading technology gold flotation cell plantcilcip method Mineral Processing Plant Design, Practice, and Control A comprehensive and authoritative look and the latest thinking in minerals processing plant design and operations from the mining industry's leading engineers, consultants, and operators.The 138 papers cover all aspects of plant

flotation behavior of complex sulfide ores in the presence

flotation behavior of complex sulfide ores in the presence

Jun 12, 2017 Base metals such as copper, lead, and zinc are mainly extracted from sulfide ores. Mostly these base metals tend to exist together in an ore. Flotation process is widely used to separate these minerals in sulfide ores . A wide range of chemical reagents are used in the flotation process to separate the different minerals

effect of pulp potential on the flotation of a sulfide

effect of pulp potential on the flotation of a sulfide

Aug 01, 2005 Surface oxidation of secondary minerals, such as chalcocite, bornite and digenite, present in the Salobo copper ore makes their flotation difficult and requires excessive reagent consumptions. Two possibilities for reducing the collector and fr other additions were investigated. These were sulfidization of the pulp prior toflotation and using nitrogen to replace air in flotation

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