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Flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals: from ion hydration to colloid adsorption
Alternative TitleMiner. Metall. Process.
Du, H.1; Ozdemir, O.2; Wang, X.3; Cheng, F.4; Celik, M. S.5; Miller, J. D.3
2014-02-01
Source PublicationMINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING
ISSN0747-9182
Volume31Issue:1Pages:1-20
AbstractIn this paper, recent progress with respect to the flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals is reviewed, and some of the more relevant issues including the hydration states of ions, the interfacial phenomena of salt surfaces and the flotation behavior of selected soluble salts are discussed. Due to the high solubility, the flotation of most soluble salts has to be carried out in their saturated brines. Anecdotal evidence has suggested that the hydration states of the ions have significant influence on the physicochemical properties of the solutions, the surface charge and wetting characteristics of the minerals, the collector adsorption states and, further, the flotation behavior of the soluble salts. In this regard, reviewing past research findings, efforts are made to establish a correlation between the ion hydration states with the flotation behavior of the soluble salts. Further, advances in understanding the significance of colloid adsorption involved in the soluble salt flotation process are addressed, and future research efforts to understand the soluble salt flotation chemistry are suggested.; In this paper, recent progress with respect to the flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals is reviewed, and some of the more relevant issues including the hydration states of ions, the interfacial phenomena of salt surfaces and the flotation behavior of selected soluble salts are discussed. Due to the high solubility, the flotation of most soluble salts has to be carried out in their saturated brines. Anecdotal evidence has suggested that the hydration states of the ions have significant influence on the physicochemical properties of the solutions, the surface charge and wetting characteristics of the minerals, the collector adsorption states and, further, the flotation behavior of the soluble salts. In this regard, reviewing past research findings, efforts are made to establish a correlation between the ion hydration states with the flotation behavior of the soluble salts. Further, advances in understanding the significance of colloid adsorption involved in the soluble salt flotation process are addressed, and future research efforts to understand the soluble salt flotation chemistry are suggested.
KeywordFlotation Soluble Salt Minerals Ion hydratIon
SubtypeArticle
WOS HeadingsScience & Technology ; Technology ; Physical Sciences
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Language英语
WOS KeywordINTERFACIAL WATER-STRUCTURE ; SODIUM-BICARBONATE SALTS ; ALKALI-HALIDE PARTICLES ; AQUEOUS-SOLUTIONS ; SURFACE-CHARGE ; MOLECULAR-DYNAMICS ; BUBBLE ATTACHMENT ; FTIR ANALYSIS ; CARBONATE ; CHLORIDE
WOS Research AreaMetallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering ; Mining & Mineral Processing
WOS SubjectMetallurgy & Metallurgical Engineering ; Mining & Mineral Processing
WOS IDWOS:000331665900001
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Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/8095
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Affiliation1.Chinese Acad Sci, Natl Engn Lab Hydromet Cleaner Prod Technol, Inst Proc Engn, Beijing, Peoples R China
2.Istanbul Univ, Min Engn Dept, Fac Engn, Istanbul, Turkey
3.Univ Utah, Dept Met Engn, Coll Mines & Earth Sci, Salt Lake City, UT 84112 USA
4.Shanxi Univ, Inst Resources & Environm Engn, Taiyuan, Peoples R China
5.Istanbul Tech Univ, Mineral Proc Engn Dept, Min Fac, TR-80626 Istanbul, Turkey
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Du, H.,Ozdemir, O.,Wang, X.,et al. Flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals: from ion hydration to colloid adsorption[J]. MINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING,2014,31(1):1-20.
APA Du, H.,Ozdemir, O.,Wang, X.,Cheng, F.,Celik, M. S.,&Miller, J. D..(2014).Flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals: from ion hydration to colloid adsorption.MINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING,31(1),1-20.
MLA Du, H.,et al."Flotation chemistry of soluble salt minerals: from ion hydration to colloid adsorption".MINERALS & METALLURGICAL PROCESSING 31.1(2014):1-20.
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