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GOLD RECOVERY WITH SOLVENT SUBLATION FROM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS
Alternative TitleInt. J. Miner. Process.
Wang, Y.; Deng, T.; Ke, J. J.
1993
Source PublicationInternational Journal of Mineral Processing
Issue1-2Pages:57-68
AbstractSolvent sublation (SS) has been investigated for separating gold from dilute chloride solutions using hexadecyltrimethylammonium bromide (HTMAB) both as collector and surfactant. The composition of organic and aqueous phases, and operating conditions such as gas flowrate and aeration time were studied. As a result, 10% 2-octanol in kerosene with 0.05 M Aliquat 336 was chosen as the organic phase. It is shown that gold can be separated quantitatively from a solution with only 10 ppm Au, with enrichment of 20. Comparisons to ion flotation (IF) and solvent extraction (SX) were also made. SS was found to be more effective than IF. SX is a little more effective than SS, but it takes as long as 24 h for phase disengagement, compared to < 3 min for SS.
KeywordFlotation Removal
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
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Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/7984
Collection研究所(批量导入)
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Wang, Y.,Deng, T.,Ke, J. J.. GOLD RECOVERY WITH SOLVENT SUBLATION FROM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS[J]. International Journal of Mineral Processing,1993(1-2):57-68.
APA Wang, Y.,Deng, T.,&Ke, J. J..(1993).GOLD RECOVERY WITH SOLVENT SUBLATION FROM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS.International Journal of Mineral Processing(1-2),57-68.
MLA Wang, Y.,et al."GOLD RECOVERY WITH SOLVENT SUBLATION FROM CHLORIDE SOLUTIONS".International Journal of Mineral Processing .1-2(1993):57-68.
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