By Srdjan M. Bulatovic
Guide of Flotation Reagents: Chemistry, idea and perform is a condensed kind of the elemental wisdom of chemical reagents time-honored in flotation and is addressed to the researchers and plant metallurgists who hire those reagents. including 3 precise components: 1) offers certain description of the chemistry utilized in mineral processing undefined; 2) describes theoretical points of the motion of flotation reagents three) presents info at the use of reagents in over a hundred working vegetation treating Cu, Cu/Zn, Cu/Pb, Zn, Pb/Zn/Ag, Cu/Ni and Ni ores. * seems to be on the theoretical facets of flotation reagents* Examines the sensible facets of utilizing chemical reagents in working crops* offers instructions for researchers and engineers serious about approach layout and improvement
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In solution, it can assume a tautomeric form, typical of thiocarbanilide. H C6H5 N C6H5 N C H C6H5 N C6H5 N H SH C I S II The first tautomer has acidic characteristics. The hydrogen can easily react with cations from the mineral surface and therefore can act as a collector. The second form (II) does not have collecting properties. Thiocarbanilide is a very effective and selective collector for galena. Diphenylthiocarbazide (C6H5–NH–NH)2–C=S. This collector also appears in two forms; in the active form the hydrogen is connected to sulfur.
D13, D14 and D16) gave more selective froth than those produced by Dow (same general structure). Polyglycol ethers produced from butanol and ethylene oxide are more selective and have a better carrying power than similar frothers produced from butanol and caustic soda. 5 Polypropylene glycol ethers These frothers are partially soluble in water, and are a mixture of monomethyl ethers of polypropylene glycols with the following formula: CH3 CH3 O C3H6 O n C CH3 n = 3,4,5,6 CH3 These frothers are normally used in base-metal flotation.
New York, Chapter 5, 1986. 10. , Theory and Practice of Application of Flotation Reagents, Nedra, Russia, 1969. 11. , Beryllium Flotation Process, US Patent 4,735,710, April 1988. 12. , Chemistry of Cresols, United States Bureau of Mines Bulletin, No. 1136, 1969. 1 CLASSIFICATION OF MODIFYING REAGENTS Modifying reagents, commonly known as regulators, can be regarded as the most important chemicals in mineral processing, which control the interaction of collectors between individual minerals. With the use of modifying reagents, selective adsorption of collectors on specific minerals can be increased or can be decreased to achieve the separation of individual minerals.