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Studies of contact angles on oxidized copper minerals

2020-10-13  3.76 to 2.28% Cu, and that the tailings contained 0.79 to 0.65% oxide copper, and 0.12 to 0.25% sulphide copper. This resulted in a recovery of 96.12 to 90.65% sulphide copper --a satisfactory recovery while the oxide copper minerals are recovered to a lesser extent, viz., 83.57 to 74.:59%.

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The oxidation of copper sulfide minerals during grinding ...

2012-11-1  Chalcocite is more oxidized than chalcopyrite during normal grinding. Oxidation alters the surface property of chalcopyrite and chalcocite. Chalcopyrite remains electrostatically repulsive from bentonite during grinding. Chalcocite becomes electrostatically attractive to bentonite during grinding.

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The effect of surface oxidation of copper sulfide minerals ...

2011-12-1  The most common copper minerals in the oxidized zone are azurite (Cu 3 (CO 3) 2 (OH) 2), cuprite (Cu 2 O), malachite (Cu 2 CO 3 (OH) 2) and tenorite (CuO), etc. Beneath the oxidized zone, some dissolved copper is precipitated as secondary or supergene copper minerals.

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"Studies of contact angles on oxidized copper minerals" by ...

To focus the investigation on a specific field it was decided to investigate in some detail the behaviour of the more popular collectors toward oxidized copper minerals. This investigation was carried out chiefly by applying contact-angle measurements as obtained with the various collectors on the basic carbonate and oxide copper minerals.

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The oxidation of copper sulfide minerals during grinding ...

During grinding, the extent of oxidation of chalcopyrite, a primary copper sulfide mineral, and chalcocite, a secondary copper sulfide mineral is different. Chalcopyrite is slightly oxidized, while chalcocite is strongly oxidized, resulting in different interactions with bentonite, a clay mineral.

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(PDF) The recovery of oxide copper minerals from a complex ...

While the CPS method recovered less than 30% of copper present in the oxide ore, a multistage sulphidisation approach was trialled, yielding a maximum recovery of 50% copper

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Oxidized zone minerals Wat on Earth University of Waterloo

2021-4-20  Fe3+ may oxidize FeS2 forming Fe2+ and more sulphuric acid. The dissolved copper sulphate interacts with copper sulphides and enriches them forming

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Role of iron in sulfidization of oxidized copper minerals ...

1994-7-1  Omarov, B.N., Bekturganov, N.S., Yusupov, T.S. et al. Role of iron in sulfidization of oxidized copper minerals under grinding conditions. J Min Sci 30, 409–411 (1994). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02048188. Download citation. Received: 23 March 1994. Issue Date: July 1994. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02048188

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Supergene Oxidation of Copper Deposits: Zoning and ...

2011-5-30  the nature and distribution of copper minerals occurring in oxide accumulations associated with weathering of copper sulfide deposits, with emphasis on minerals that occur in the supergene oxide zones of porphyry copper and skarn ore deposits.“Copper oxides” are defined as those copper minerals containing oxidized

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The effect of surface oxidation of copper sulfide minerals ...

The flotation of chalcocite is more affected by bentonite than the flotation of chalcopyrite. Chalcocite is more oxidized than chalcopyrite under the normal grinding and flotation condition. An electrostatic attraction between the oxidized chalcocite and bentonite promotes the slime coating. Bentonite has less effect on the flotation of chalcopyrite with and without strong oxidation.

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(PDF) The recovery of oxide copper minerals from a complex ...

That constitutes an increase of more than 20% compared to the cumulative copper recovery of less than 30% obtained when using SIPX and sulphidisation to float copper oxide ore (Corin et al., 2017 ...

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"Studies of contact angles on oxidized copper minerals" by ...

To focus the investigation on a specific field it was decided to investigate in some detail the behaviour of the more popular collectors toward oxidized copper minerals. This investigation was carried out chiefly by applying contact-angle measurements as obtained with the various collectors on the basic carbonate and oxide copper minerals.

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Figure 23 from Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an ...

DOI: 10.14288/1.0081139 Corpus ID: 101338644. Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an infrared spectroscopic study @inproceedings{Coelho1972FlotationOO, title={Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an infrared spectroscopic study}, author={E. M. Coelho}, year={1972} }

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and Depressed Copper Sulfide Minerals

2020-11-19  Minerals 2020, 10, 1027 3 of 15 Table 2. Chemical composition of chalcocite, bornite, and chalcopyrite samples. Element Cu Fe S Si As Ag Pb (Mass%) Chalcocite, Cu2S 83.9 1.64 14.3 0.04 0.03 - - Bornite, Cu5FeS4 71.5 8.78 19.3 0.12 - 0.19 - Chalcopyrite, CuFeS2 38.2 31.6 28.4 0.05 - - 1.64 Each mineral was cut to 1 cm3 for use in contact angle measurements. The minerals were

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Copper-bearing clay minerals of the oxidized zone of the ...

2019-4-9  and alteration environment of copper bearing clay minerals in the oxidized zone of the Rakha-Chapri Block of Singhbhum Copper Belt. 2. Experimental techniques For the present study, samples have been collected from the surface and two bore holes SBH 305 and SBH 312.

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A New Application For Flotation Of Oxidized Copper Ore

2016-8-29  In this study, the flotation of oxidized copper ore obtained from Ergani Copper Mining Company in Turkey was performed. This ore contains 2.03% copper, 0.15% cobalt and 3.73% sulfur. An effective processing method has not been found to recover copper and cobalt from this ore, which has been stockpiled for 40-45 years in the idled plant. It was established that recovery of copper and

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Copper Ore Types: Sulfides versus Oxides Nasdaq

2011-4-23  Oxidized copper ore bodies may be treated several ways, with hydrometallurgical processes used to treat oxide ores dominated by soluble minerals such as copper carbonate minerals

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Assessment of the Possibility of Hydrometallurgical ...

2021-1-14  81–89%. More diluted pulp provided higher rates of extraction of the target component [21]. Gold leaching of oxidized copper refractory ore (Tarror mineral deposit) demonstrated low gold recovery by direct cyanidation. The reason was the high copper content present because it forms stable copper-cyanic complexes. Application of ammonium compounds

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The Facts on Copper Dartmouth Toxic Metals

Copper can be mixed with other metals to form alloys, such as bronze (copper and tin) and brass (copper and zinc). Oxidized copper, or copper that has been exposed to air, develops a green coating or “patina” that can be seen on old copper pennies, the Statue of Liberty, and copper roofs.

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Copper Exploration - Spectral Evolution

2021-5-23  Oxidized phyllic – with alunite, kaolinite, jarosite, copper sulfate overprinting muscovite Potassic – with muscovite, tourmaline, some alunite Every oreXpress, oreXplorer and oreXpert includes our DARWin SP Data Acquisition software and is available with EZ

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Studies of contact angles on oxidized copper minerals ...

2021-5-2  To focus the investigation on a specific field it was decided to investigate in some detail the behaviour of the more popular collectors toward oxidized copper minerals. This investigation was carried out chiefly by applying contact-angle measurements as obtained with the various collectors on the basic carbonate and oxide copper minerals.

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"Studies of contact angles on oxidized copper minerals" by ...

To focus the investigation on a specific field it was decided to investigate in some detail the behaviour of the more popular collectors toward oxidized copper minerals. This investigation was carried out chiefly by applying contact-angle measurements as obtained with the various collectors on the basic carbonate and oxide copper minerals.

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Figure 23 from Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an ...

DOI: 10.14288/1.0081139 Corpus ID: 101338644. Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an infrared spectroscopic study @inproceedings{Coelho1972FlotationOO, title={Flotation of oxidized copper minerals: an infrared spectroscopic study}, author={E. M. Coelho}, year={1972} }

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Copper-bearing clay minerals of the oxidized zone of the ...

2019-4-9  and alteration environment of copper bearing clay minerals in the oxidized zone of the Rakha-Chapri Block of Singhbhum Copper Belt. 2. Experimental techniques For the present study, samples have been collected from the surface and two bore holes SBH 305 and SBH 312.

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Copper Ore Types: Sulfides versus Oxides Nasdaq

2011-4-23  Oxidized copper ore bodies may be treated several ways, with hydrometallurgical processes used to treat oxide ores dominated by soluble minerals such as copper carbonate minerals

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Copper Mineral Uses and Properties

2020-8-18  Copper is an excellent conductor of electricity. Most copper mined today is used to conduct electricity - mostly as wiring. It is also an excellent conductor of heat and is used in cooking utensils, heat sinks, and heat exchangers. Large amounts are also used to make alloys such as brass (copper and zinc) and bronze (copper, tin, and zinc).

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The Mineral Copper - DesertUSA

Copper is easily worked and is remarkably ductile. It can be cold-rolled down to one one-thousandth inch in thickness, and, by cold drawing, its length can be increased as much as 5,000 times. Hence it is an ideal metal for making wire. Production. Copper-bearing ores fall into two main classes: oxidized

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The Facts on Copper Dartmouth Toxic Metals

Copper can be mixed with other metals to form alloys, such as bronze (copper and tin) and brass (copper and zinc). Oxidized copper, or copper that has been exposed to air, develops a green coating or “patina” that can be seen on old copper pennies, the Statue of Liberty, and copper roofs.

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Copper Exploration - Spectral Evolution

2021-5-23  Oxidized phyllic – with alunite, kaolinite, jarosite, copper sulfate overprinting muscovite Potassic – with muscovite, tourmaline, some alunite Every oreXpress, oreXplorer and oreXpert includes our DARWin SP Data Acquisition software and is available with EZ

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Ore deposits formed by oxidation and supergene enrichment

Sulfide minerals are oxidized at the surface and produce sulfuric acid, and acidified rainwater then carries the copper, as copper sulfate, down to the water table. Below the water table, where sulfide minerals remain unoxidized, any iron sulfide grains present will react with the copper sulfate solution, putting iron into solution and ...

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