Flotation chemistry of nonsulfide minerals

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Mines & Earth Sciences
Department Metallurgical Engineering
Creator Miller, Jan D.
Title Flotation chemistry of nonsulfide minerals
Date 2002
Description The dimensions of nonsulfide flotation technology extend in many different directions, as might be expected from the diversity of t he mineral classes, which include soluble salt minerals (potash, borax, and trona), semi-soluble salt minerals (phosphate minerals, fluorite, calcite, and barite), insoluble oxides/silicate minerals (iron oxide minerals, rutile, mica, quartz, and feldspar), and energy minerals (coal and oil sands). As a consequence, some flotation separations are accomplished from saturated brine, while other separations are achieved in solutions of rather low ionic strength.
Type Text
Publisher University of South Australia. Ian Wark Research Institute
First Page 249
Last Page 256
Subject Nonsulfide minerals; Hydrophobic surface state; Oleate adsorption
Subject LCSH Flotation; Hydrophobic surfaces
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Miller, J. D. (2002). Flotation chemistry of nonsulfide minerals, in, Ralston, J. R., Miller, J. D. & Rubio, J., eds. Flotation and Flocculation, from Fundamentals to Applications, Proceedings of the Flotation and Flocculation Conference and Workshop. 249-56.
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