The Physical Chemistry of Mineral-reagent Interactions of Sulfide Flotation. Proceedings of Symposium Held At College Park, Maryland, April 6-7, 1978.
Richardson-PE; Hyde-GR; Ojalvo-MS
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This symposium was sponsored by the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, in order to critically examine the state-of-the-art of sulfide flotation chemistry and to define current and emerging problems that should be emphasized in future fundamental research. The topics covered through invited papers include both reviews and recent research results in the areas of thermodynamics of reagent- mineral interactions; collector adsorption processes; the effects of solid-state point defects on flotation; activation and deactivation phenomena; the electrochemical role of oxygen in sulfide flotation; environmental problems in flotation; and selective flocculation of fines. Papers giving perspectives on flotation research in relationship to our national mineral requirements and the relationships between industrial flotation research and academics are also presented. An edited summary of the symposium follows the papers.
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