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  • Optimization and mechanism of gold-bearing sulfide flotation
    Optimization and mechanism of gold-bearing sulfide flotation

    Jun 05, 2014 In order to overcome the difficulty of extracting gold from gold-bearing sulfide ore by cyanide process, flotation was adopted based on mineralogical analysis. Mineralogy shows that gold particles are of superfine structure and mainly enclosed by sulfide ores. Primary gold-bearing sulfide ore is fine-grained pyrite and arsenopyrite. The paper describes the effects of

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  • Hydrometallurgical Recovery of Gold from Mining Wastes
    Hydrometallurgical Recovery of Gold from Mining Wastes

    The thiocyanate/ferric sulfate system proved to be suitable for a wide range of ferric ion/thiocyanate molar ratios and slowed the rate of thiocyanate decomposition . Generally, gold leaching using thiocyanate (0.01–0.05 M) occurs at a potential of 0.4–0.45 V, pH 1–3, in the presence of an oxidant like ferric ions (2–5 g/L) or peroxide

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  • Oxidative leaching of refractory sulphidic gold tailings
    Oxidative leaching of refractory sulphidic gold tailings

    Sep 01, 2020 The effect of temperature in the range of 20–65 C on gold extraction from refractory gold tailings containing pyrite in 20% (v/v) of 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hydrogen sulphate [Bmim + HSO 4 −]-water solution with thiourea as complexing agent and iron(III) sulphate oxidant, at pH of 1 was examined for 12 h leaching time intervals.The experimental

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  • Sequential Bioleaching of Pyritic Tailings and Ferric
    Sequential Bioleaching of Pyritic Tailings and Ferric

    Oct 14, 2020 In this work, we proposed a method for biohydrometallurgical processing of mining (old pyritic flotation tailings) and metallurgical (slag) wastes to recover gold and other nonferrous metals. Since this processing allows the removal of toxic metals or at least decreases their content in the solids, this approach may reduce the negative environmental impacts of such

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  • (PDF) Refractory gold-bearing ores: a review of treatment
    (PDF) Refractory gold-bearing ores: a review of treatment

    After ferric sulphate pretreatment, 85% of gold recovery by cyanidation was obtained; in contrast to 54% achieved by direct cyanidation. REFERENCES 1 Guay, W.J., The treatment of refractory gold ores containing carbonaceous materials and sulphides. In: W.J. Schlitt, W.C. Larson and J.B. Hiskey (Editors), Proc. 110th AIME Meet

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  • Use of ferric sulphate in wastewater treatment from
    Use of ferric sulphate in wastewater treatment from

    Apr 01, 2013 Ferric sulphate is a primary coagulant in granular form based on trivalent iron (Fe+3), and can be dissolved easily to give a Fe content of 10.0 11.8percent. This coagulant works well in a wide range of pH and does not have the same operational problems as ferric chloride

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  • Comparison of the Effiency of Aluminium and Ferric
    Comparison of the Effiency of Aluminium and Ferric

    May 11, 2010 In the middle of the study, the coagulation/flotation process was modified by replacing the aluminium sulphate by ferric sulphate. At the same time, the filtration unit was enhanced by adding a sand filter unit before the activated carbon filtration and by changing new carbons on to the activated carbon filters

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  • GB2125020A - Oxidation of ferrous sulphate to ferric
    GB2125020A - Oxidation of ferrous sulphate to ferric

    PROCEDURE FOR THE PRODUCTION OF A BASIC IRON (III) SULPHATE WITH A MOLK RATIO SOŸ4 / FE OF 1.05 TO 1.45 DE2728047A1 (en) * 1977-06-22: 1979-01-18: Giulini Chemie: Ferric sulphate granules prodn. from ferrous sulphate hepta:hydrate - by dehydration and oxidn. in fluidised bed and reaction with sulphuric acid

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  • SAFETY DATA SHEET Ferric sulphate solution
    SAFETY DATA SHEET Ferric sulphate solution

    General information: Ferric sulphate solution is used as a chemical for the treatment if drinking water, as approved by the European Committee for Standardisation under EN 890:2004. The transport and regulatory information given are in accordance with

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  • Minerals | Free Full-Text | Selective Flotation of
    Minerals | Free Full-Text | Selective Flotation of

    An efficient flotation process was developed to selectively recover elemental sulfur from a high-sulfur pressure acid leaching residue of zinc sulfide concentrate. The process mineralogy analysis showed that the sulfur content reached 46.21%, and 81.97% of the sulfur existed as elemental sulfur which was the major mineral in the residue and primarily existed as pellet

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  • FERRIC ALUMINIUM SULPHATE POWDER-16% MIN – Nore
    FERRIC ALUMINIUM SULPHATE POWDER-16% MIN – Nore

    Ferric aluminium sulphate powder-16% min. Product application Calcium hypochlorite is widely used for water treatment and as a bleaching agent. Our Calcium hypochlorite finds use in the processes below: Disinfectant of drinking water and swimming pool water – it is a sanitizer highly effective in preventing growth of bacteria, algae and other

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  • G.Bulut, O.Kangal, K.T. Perek, I.Yasan, F.Arslan A
    G.Bulut, O.Kangal, K.T. Perek, I.Yasan, F.Arslan A

    Effect of Fe+3 ion concentration on ferric chloride and ferric sulphate leaching is given in Figure 3 and 4, respectively. From Figures 3 and 4, ferric chloride seems to be more effective than ferric sulphate in terms of Cu and Co leaching recoveries. When the

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  • Leaching of Copper Sulphides - SAIMM
    Leaching of Copper Sulphides - SAIMM

    A simplified ferric sulphate leaching flowsheet is presented in Figure 2. Leaching Chemistry The simplified chemistry of ferric sulphate leaching of chalcocite (Cu 2 S) is presented in Equations [6] and [7]. Equation [8] shows the overall reaction without the ferric/ferrous intermediate mechanism. Cu 2 S [s] + 2Fe 2 (SO 4) 3 [aq] → 2CuSO 4

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  • In-Pulp Treatment of Dissolved Arsenic from a Gold Mine
    In-Pulp Treatment of Dissolved Arsenic from a Gold Mine

    Figure 2 shows different ferric sulphate injection points as blue squares in the diagram. Prior to 2009, ferric sulphate was injected at Fe 2 and Fe 3, but Fe 1 is a new injection point resulting from this study. The main point of arsenic control prior to this study was by ferric addition in the transfer ditch between Cell#3 and the Polishing Pond

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  • US Patent Application for PROCESS FOR CONTROLLING
    US Patent Application for PROCESS FOR CONTROLLING

    Sep 12, 2008 As used herein, “liquid-phase reactive sulfate” refers to a liquid-phase metal sulfate that is reactive with an acid consumer and specifically includes ferric sulfate. As used herein, “precious metal” refers to gold and silver and the platinum group metals (i.e., ruthenium, rhodium, palladium, osmium, iridium, and platinum), with gold

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  • OF THE DELTA SULFIDE ORES First Stage Report
    OF THE DELTA SULFIDE ORES First Stage Report

    by a leaching-flotation step, with zinc sulfate elecmlysis and other metals recovery in chloride leaching sreps. In two last flowsheets silver is recovered during the chloride leaching steps and gold hm flotation products during the cyanide ... formed during galena oxidation by ferric sulfate solution, in the non-flotable

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  • Mining Records Curator Arizona Geological Survey
    Mining Records Curator Arizona Geological Survey

    May 03, 1974 ferric sulphate. Following dissolution, the dissolved copper would be recovered by electrolysis. Also in the process of electrolyzing, spent solutions of sulphuric acid, H2SO),, and ferric sulphate, Fe2(SO4) 3, would be regenerated and so made available fo~ continuous re-use. The process appeared to be a success

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  • A Review on Alternative Gold Recovery Re-agents to Cyanide
    A Review on Alternative Gold Recovery Re-agents to Cyanide

    Aug 18, 2016 The importance of gold recovery from low grade ores and flotation tailings is continuously increasing due to raising gold demand and thereby high gold prices. However, due to raising social awareness of the ecological impacts of cyanidic gold extraction and environ-mental specifications, the development and the implementation of alternative

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  • Iron gallate inks - Liquid and powder
    Iron gallate inks - Liquid and powder

    Ferric salts have also been used in inks. The effect of substituting an equivalent amount of ferric sulphate for ferrous sulphate is shown by comparing the corrosiveness of inks 9 and 10 in table 2. Since it is known that the dye has no corrosive effect, the increase in corro siveness is due to the use of ferric sulphate

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  • Ferric Sulphate at Factory Prices! – Kemcore
    Ferric Sulphate at Factory Prices! – Kemcore

    Product application. Synonyms: Glacial acetic acid; Acetic acid solution; acetic acid 50%; acetic acid, of a concentration of more than 10 per cent, by weight, of acetic acid; Acetic Acid Glacial BP; Natural Acetic Acid; Acetic acid (36%); Acetic acid, food grade; Acetic Acid Glacial; GAA; Acetic Acid, Glacial It is a colourless liquid that when undiluted is also called glacial acetic acid

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  • Formocresol and ferric sulfate have similar success rates
    Formocresol and ferric sulfate have similar success rates

    Sep 24, 2005 In human carious primary molars with reversible coronal pulpitis, pulpotomies performed with either formocresol or ferric sulphate are

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  • Ferric Chloride & Zinc Sulphate Manufacturer, Supplier
    Ferric Chloride & Zinc Sulphate Manufacturer, Supplier

    Khushi Chemical Pvt Ltd is instrumental in Manufacturing and Supplying wide specifications of Industrial Chemicals since 2007. Our wide range of products consists of Ferric Chloride, Zinc Sulphate, Manganese sulphate, Copper sulphate, Ferric hydroxide, Aluminium hydroxide etc. With outlook of constantly evolving ourselves with latest industrial revulsion and new ideas for

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  • The problems caused by iron sulphate presence in treating
    The problems caused by iron sulphate presence in treating

    Apr 23, 2010 A section of the article on gold recovery techniques in the May issue of the magazine had to be cut due to space constraints. It covered the paper Basic iron sulphate – a potential killer for pressure oxidation processing of refractory gold concentrates if not handled properly presented at this year’s SME annual meeting by Chris Fleming of SGS. . He suggests

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  • How to Improve the Effect of Gold Cyanide Leaching?
    How to Improve the Effect of Gold Cyanide Leaching?

    Sep 29, 2019 1. The gold ore is associated with plenty of pyrite, pyrrhotite and marcasite. This kind of ore is the associated minerals that can consume oxygen, alkali and cyanide. It is easy to be oxidized and decomposed, then the sulfate, ferrous sulfate, ferric subsulfate and iron thiosulfate are generated

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  • Re-Processing Gold Tailings in South Africa
    Re-Processing Gold Tailings in South Africa

    temperature and hot curing on the distribution of sulphate between sulphuric acid, ferric sulphate and basic iron sulphate, and on the distribution of iron in the residue between basic iron sulphate and hematite. The results are shown in Table 2. The feed concentrate (17.4% Fe and 15% S2-) would theoretically have generated 450 kg SO 4

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  • Effects of Soluble Metals Flotation
    Effects of Soluble Metals Flotation

    Apr 11, 2016 Ferrous sulphate proved extremely injurious to flotation. When present as above recorded, a 20 oz. tailing and a 240 oz. concentrate were produced. When a small amount of copper sulphate was added to the same quantity of ferrous sulphate, the tailing assayed 25 oz., and the concentrate 200 oz. Evidently ferrous and copper sulphates were the principal fouling

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  • WO2014056034A1 - Gold recovery from refractory
    WO2014056034A1 - Gold recovery from refractory

    (Fe(OH)S0 4) to soluble ferric sulphate (Fe 2 (S0 4) 3). This step thus minimises the amount of basic ferric sulphate (Fe(OH)S0 4) that is present during downstream gold and silver recovery

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