Significance of carbon properties in the enhanced ferric sulfate leaching of CuFeS2/C aggregates

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Publication Type Journal Article
School or College College of Mines & Earth Sciences
Department Metallurgical Engineering
Creator Miller, Jan D.; Wan, Rong Yu
Other Author Wei, H. J.; Simkovich, G.
Title Significance of carbon properties in the enhanced ferric sulfate leaching of CuFeS2/C aggregates
Date 1984
Description Acid ferric sulfate solution has been used for heap and dump leaching of low-grade chalcopyrite ores and is being considered as a possible lixiviant for the hydrometallurgical processing of copper sulfide concentrates. For many years, researchers have attempted to explain the leaching behavior of chalcopyrite, since the reaction rate kinetics are extremely slow and seem to be significantly influenced by the nature of the reaction product.
Type Text
Publisher AIME
First Page 1
Last Page 31
Subject Ferric sulfate; CuFeS2; Particulate carbon
Subject LCSH Leaching; Carbon -- Electric properties; Chalcopyrite; Copper sulfide
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Wan, R. Y., Miller, J. D., Wei, H. J., & Simkovich, G. (1984). Significance of carbon properties in the enhanced ferric sulfate leaching of CuFeS2/C aggregates, in 113th Annual AIME Meeting, Los Angeles, California, 1-31.
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Date Modified 2021-05-06
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