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Soviet Mining

, Volume 11, Issue 4, pp 415–417 | Cite as

Effect of pulp structurization on the results of magnetic separation in a force field

  • I. P. Bogdanova
  • L. G. Bodnarashik
Principles of Benefication
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    The results of these investigations indicate the essential possibility and desirability of the use of selective flocculation to intensify magnetic separation in strong and weak fields.

     
  2. 2.

    By preparing the pulp by dispersion and selective flocculation before magnetic separation, extraction of iron into the concentrate can be greatly increased without any loss in quality of the latter.

     
  3. 3.

    The reagents recommended are caustic soda (1.0 kg/ton), water glass or CSL waste (0.4 or 0.7 kg/ton), and synthetic polymers (7–10 g/ton).

     

Keywords

Magnetic Separation Water Glass Caustic Soda Experimental Condition Index Selective Flocculation 
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Literature Cited

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    D. V. Frommer, “Preparation of Taconites for flotation by selective flocculation,” Proc. Eighth Intern. Conf. on Beneficiation of Minerals [in Russian], Leningrad (1968).Google Scholar
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    V. I. Klassen, V. I. Litovka, G. D. Krasnov, and Z. S. Blagova, Methods for Improving the Mechanical Properties of Structurized Suspensions [in Russian], Nauka, Moscow (1968).Google Scholar

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© Plenum Publishing Corporation 1976

Authors and Affiliations

  • I. P. Bogdanova
  • L. G. Bodnarashik

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