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Recovery of Silicon Carbide from Granite Sludge.
Llewellyn-TO; Sullivan-GV; Martin-E
NTIS: PB 247 162 :8 pages
The Bureau of Mines conducted laboratory batch beneficiation tests on a waste granite sludge from New Hampshire to determine the feasibility of recovering a reusable silicon carbide product. The granite sludge responded to attrition scrubbing, desliming, and flotation in either alkaline or acid circuits using fatty acid as a collector. Recovery of over 80 percent of the contained silicon carbide at grades of up to 96 percent sic was obtained. Work done in cooperation with the University of Alabama.
IH; Report of Investigation;
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 247 162
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