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  • Reverse anionic flotation of quartz from Muro iron ore
    Reverse anionic flotation of quartz from Muro iron ore

    Nov 01, 1995 The recovery of iron from low-grade (31.6% Fe) Muro iron ore was investigated using reverse anionic flotation of quartz. Tests were performed to investigate the effect of pH, the effects of using distilled vs. tap water as the flotation medium and the effects of using cassava starch vs. dextrin for the depression of iron minerals.The optimum results were

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  • A comparative study between the adsorption
    A comparative study between the adsorption

    reported through the reverse anionic flotation (RAF) (Table 1). Low sensitivity to the presence of fines, low cost, and being environmentally friendly are some of the advantages of the anionic process compared to the catio-nic one. [5,12,13] However, iron ore’s anionic reverse flota-tion can be quite challenging when iron ores have silica

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  • Flotation behavior and separation mechanism of quartz
    Flotation behavior and separation mechanism of quartz

    system, a two-step reverse anion flotation process was proved to be very effective by Yin et al. (2010) for the separation of iron concentrate from Donganshan carbonaceous iron ore. For reverse anion flotation of quartz from iron ores, reagents NaOH, corn starch, CaO/CaCl 2 and

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  • I 2001 -RIO DE JANEIROIBRAZIL RECYCLING OF A MINES
    I 2001 -RIO DE JANEIROIBRAZIL RECYCLING OF A MINES

    Brazilian iron ore deposits are the six major deposits in U1e world. Howcvcr the Fe- high ores (hematite ores with ( () to 67 % Fe and ltabirite ores with 50 to 60 % Fel place Brazil at an even higher classification in terms of Fe-rich countries. W orld iron ore produclion in 199R was ahout I billion tons. Brazil was classitied with 199

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  • AU2008338029B2 - Reverse iron ore flotation by collectors
    AU2008338029B2 - Reverse iron ore flotation by collectors

    Therefore oxidic iron ores, i.e. magnetite, haematite, martite, limonite and goethite, are concentrated by reverse silicate flotation by using alkylether amines and alkylether diamines as typical collectors for silicate minerals. 25 Fatty amines, alkylether amines, alkylether diamines and quaternary ammonium compounds are known as collectors

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  • Reverse Flotation | IntechOpen
    Reverse Flotation | IntechOpen

    Sep 12, 2018 Reverse flotation of coal can be explained as a process where valuable minerals are depressed, while undesired and unhealthy minerals are floated with the help of some reagents. Nowadays, conventional enrichment method of coal could not achieve removing unhealthy minerals partially from internal structure of coal such as sulfur, Hg, Au, which

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  • Depressing Iron Mineral by Metallic-Starch Complex
    Depressing Iron Mineral by Metallic-Starch Complex

    from an iron ore mine in Shandong province, China, and contained 51.55% Fe (Total), 69.06% hematite, and 19.35% SiO2 respectively. Pure hematite (containing 98.02% hematite) with an average size of 17.11 m was obtained from an iron ore mine by high-intensity magnetic separation and gravity separation, being mostly used for the mechanism analysis

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  • Flotation collectors optimized performance
    Flotation collectors optimized performance

    Flotation of iron ore The main objective of iron ore flotation is to upgrade the concentrate by removing silicates and/or phosphorus-containing minerals. The use of silica flotation has increased in recent decades. The trend will continue as more complex ores have to be mined and higher-grade iron ore concentrates with fewer

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  • SciELO - Brasil - Influence of Mn 2+ ion in reverse
    SciELO - Brasil - Influence of Mn 2+ ion in reverse

    The cationic reverse flotation at pH 10.5, using corn starch as iron minerals depressant and amine as silicate gangue collector, is the most successful route used to concentrate fines of iron ores (Filippov et al., 2014 FILIPPOV, L. O. et alii. An overview of the beneficiation of iron ores via reverse cationic flotation

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  • Polyacrylamides in reverse cationic iron ore flotation
    Polyacrylamides in reverse cationic iron ore flotation

    Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review, [s. l.], v. 39, n. 1, p. 68-72, Nov. 2017. reported the results of the revaluation of a mechanical cells circuit of reverse iron ore flotation. Silica content in the final concentrate stayed at 2.1% and the iron content in the tailings dropped from 11.0% to 9.8%

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  • Improving recovery of iron using column flotation of iron
    Improving recovery of iron using column flotation of iron

    In general, the industrial flowsheets for the beneficiation of itabirite iron ores from the Quadril tero Ferr fero (Minas Gerais state) in Brazil involves grinding, desliming, magnetic separation and cationic reverse flotation using both mechanical and columns flotation cells. At Brazilian plants, it is estimated that Fe losses generated at the slimes stage range between

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  • New perspectives in iron ore flotation: Use of collector
    New perspectives in iron ore flotation: Use of collector

    The reverse flotation of the iron ore with etheramine collector is significantly impacted when the iron-bearing silicates and the kaolinite are present in the silicates gangue mineral complex

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  • Polysaccharide Depressants for the Reverse Flotation of
    Polysaccharide Depressants for the Reverse Flotation of

    Dec 12, 2015 In summary, reverse flotation works very well at basic pH values for iron ores with quartz as the main gangue mineral, such as the iron ores from Brazil. The most widely used collectors for floating quartz impurity are ether amines which are neutralized to a certain extent to increase their solubility

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  • Froth Flotation of Iron Ores
    Froth Flotation of Iron Ores

    the most popular flotation route in iron ore industry, the direct flotation of iron ox ides still appears desirable for some low grade iron ores that contain a vast amount of quartz. For example, at Republic Mine, Michigan, U.S.A., a hematite ore is upgraded from 36.5% Fe to 65.4% Fe with a Fe recovery of 82.5% using the direct flotation route

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  • Reverse cationic flotation of iron ores with complex
    Reverse cationic flotation of iron ores with complex

    Froth flotation of iron ores is one of the most widely used methods to upgrade iron ore into high-grade concentrates. In recent years, reverse cationic flotation of iron ores has been specifically the subject of several studies. Since quartz is the most common gangue mineral in iron ores, understanding the behaviour of this mineral was the main target of the majority of

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  • Separation of silica from pyrite cinder via reverse
    Separation of silica from pyrite cinder via reverse

    cinders. This work is based on a hypothesis that a further development in reverse cationic flotation of iron ores implies. A more detailed consideration of the nature of the pyrite cinders. The results indicate that the pyrite cinder is man-made porous ore. Starch was used as a depressant, and laurylamine as the cationic collector. Optimum pH

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  • APPLICATION OF REVERSE FLOTATION METHOD FOR THE
    APPLICATION OF REVERSE FLOTATION METHOD FOR THE

    The test results show that after one-stage rough reverse flotation the concentrate had Fe and Ni grades of 77.5% and 0.5% with recoveries of 57.3% and 33.7%, respectively. Therefore, it is possible to use iron-rich lateritic ore to produce magnetic concentrates by using magnetizing roasting followed by reverse iron flotation

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  • REMOVING IRON IMPURITIES FROM MAGNESITE ORE
    REMOVING IRON IMPURITIES FROM MAGNESITE ORE

    Removing iron impurities from magnesite ore by asynchronous reverse flotation 171 2. Test materials and methods 2.1. Test samples 2.1.1. Magnesite ores 2.1.1.1. Mineral composition and content The magnesite ore for the test was from Haicheng

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  • Handout 12 - FLOTATION OF IRON ORES SEPARATION OF
    Handout 12 - FLOTATION OF IRON ORES SEPARATION OF

    4) “reverse” flotation of silica with aliphatic amines under alkaline conditions (pH 10-11) with the simultaneous depression of iron oxides by polysaccharides. Since practically all flotation circuits include a desliming stage, when iron ores are very fine a significant portion of iron oxides can be lost after desliming

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  • Effects of Calcium and Chloride Ions in Iron Ore Reverse
    Effects of Calcium and Chloride Ions in Iron Ore Reverse

    ABSTRACT In this work, the simultaneous effects of Ca2+ and Cl− ions in an aqueous solution at pH 10.5 on the flotation of quartz (the main impurity in itabiritic iron ore) and hematite by starch and amine was investigated. A strong depression in the flotation of both quartz and hematite conditioned with CaCl2 was observed. This effect was higher for hematite than for quartz

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  • Differential adsorption of a high-performance collector at
    Differential adsorption of a high-performance collector at

    Oct 01, 2021 1.Introduction. Hematite ore is the major source of iron applied as crucial raw material in the steel industry , , , .Purified iron ores of 60% Total Fe content or higher were commonly utilized for the production of steel .Accompanied by the rapid development of the modern steel industry, China becomes the main consumer and producer of iron ore around

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  • Beneficiation of Haematite from Fluorspar Tailings by
    Beneficiation of Haematite from Fluorspar Tailings by

    that flotation has significant advantages when processing low-grade, finely grained iron ores containing iron-bearing silicates. The most common flotation route used for the beneficiation of iron ores is reverse cationic flotation (Lin et al., 2009; Filippov et al., 2014). Flotation is the physic-chemical separation

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  • Minerals | Free Full-Text | Effects of Cations/Anions in
    Minerals | Free Full-Text | Effects of Cations/Anions in

    Dec 14, 2018 It is well known that reverse flotation performance of iron oxides is affected by water quality. Since many potential variations among water sources recycling in a mineral processing plant bring unpredictable effects on the flotation system of iron oxides: disturbing ions/compounds, pH, hardness, residual reagents, etc. In this study, the recycled tailing water

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  • Effect of sodium silicate on the reverse anionic flotation
    Effect of sodium silicate on the reverse anionic flotation

    gum and humic acids play an important role in the reverse flota-tion of iron ore [16,20]. The application of sodium silicate as depressant and dispersant agent in the flotation of apatite from iron bearing minerals has been studied [15,14,3,5,12]. Sodium silicates have three major species in aqueous solution;

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  • An overview of the beneficiation of iron ores via
    An overview of the beneficiation of iron ores via

    Mar 10, 2014 Research regarding iron ore flotation began in 1931, demonstrating that reverse cationic flotation is a very efficient method for beneficiating oxidised iron ores. This method can also be applied to reduce the silica content in magnetite concentrates obtained using wet low-intensity magnetic separation

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  • (PDF) Reagents in iron ores flotation
    (PDF) Reagents in iron ores flotation

    Cationic reverse flotation of iron ores employs starches and their derivatives as selective depressants during the amine flotation of quartz at alkaline pH conditions

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  • CHAPTER-9 FROTH FLOTATION AND ITS
    CHAPTER-9 FROTH FLOTATION AND ITS

    (positively charged heads) if the basicity is kept high (pH 11-12) and other organic depressants, such as starch or synthetic organic polymers, are added to prevent the iron oxide from floating. This is commonly referred to as 'reverse' flotation. Normally silica is floated using an amine as the flotation reagent. But reverse

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  • Collecting Agent–Mineral Interactions in the Reverse
    Collecting Agent–Mineral Interactions in the Reverse

    Jul 30, 2020 As reverse cationic flotation of iron ores is normally performed at alkaline pH around 9–10.5, where iron ores can be well depressed while kaolinite is not, it is possible to separate kaolinite from iron ores if kaolinite could be

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  • N Reagents in the Reverse Flotation of Carbonate
    N Reagents in the Reverse Flotation of Carbonate

    The influence of pulp pH, dispersants, and auxiliary collectors on reverse flotation of carbonate-containing iron ores was explored. Interactions between iron ores and quartz were theoretically analyzed by flotation solution chemistry and DLVO theory. The results indicated that the iron concentrate grade improved sharply when pH increased from 11.0 to 12.0 but changed

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  • Reverse Flotation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics
    Reverse Flotation - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    Reverse Flotation. In reverse flotation of silica from iron ores using an anionic collector, Ca ions are introduced to adsorb on the silica and alter the surface charge to positive, thus enabling collector adsorption through the electrostatic mechanism (Houot, 1983). From: Wills' Mineral Processing Technology (Eighth Edition), 2016. Related terms:

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