By K.A. Matis

"Discusses the foundation of flotation in mineral processing, describes the appliance of latest flotation theories, and considers quite a few substitute concepts, together with flocculation and solvent sublation. includes authoritative contributions from greater than forty five foreign experts."

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Finch, A. Uribe-Salas, and Manqiu Xu 291 12 The Jameson Cell Geoffrey M. Evans, Bruce W. Atkinson, and Graeme J. Jameson 331 Part IV Wastewater Engineering 13 Removal of Organics from Water by Nonfoaming Flotation Kalliat T. Valsaraj 365 14 Electrolytic Flotation: An Unconventional Technique K. A. Matis and A. I. Zouboulis 385 15 Flocculation in SolidLiquid Separation Processes Brij M. Moudgil and Sanjay Behl 415 16 Application of the Factorial Design to Flotation Experiments N. K. Lazaridis, George A.

It is known that sulfide ores are among the most suitable minerals for enrichment through flotation, due to their excellent flotation properties. The principal collectors used for this category are the thio compounds (like alkyl xanthates, dithiophosphates, and dithiocarbamates), which are strongly chemisorbed by slightly oxidized sulfides. Therefore, the uptake of the reagent appears to be irreversible, and the consumption of xanthate is progressive and depends on access of oxygen, formation and accumulation of byproducts, etc.

Kydros, K. A. Matis, and P. K. Spathis 473 19 Dissolved-Air Flotation of Fine Particles of Salt-Type Minerals G. P. Gallios, K. A. Matis, and Th. N. Balabanidis 493 20 Metal Ion Flotation in Hydrometallurgy: The Case of Germanium Recovery A. I. Zouboulis and K. A. Matis 517 Index 551 Page xi Contributors Bruce W. Atkinson Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Newcastle, Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia Th. N. Balabanidis Department of Chemistry, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki, Greece Sanjay Behl* Mineral Resources Research Center, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida Bohuslav Dobias * Department of Surface Chemistry and Mineral Processing, University of Regensburg, Regensburg, Germany Geoffrey M.

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