Froth Flotation and Agglomerate Tabling of Nonmetallic Minerals

CIM Bulletin1937
DURING the development of froth flotation for the treatment of sulphide ores, a certain amount of information was collected about a few of the nonmetallic minerals, and occasionally the gangue minerals in the sulphide ores showed an embarrassing tendency to float. However, for many years efforts were expended to develop reagents that would cause wetting and depression of these minerals.
Keywords: Canada Talc Co., froth flotation, graphite, magnesite, oleic acid, flotation, Graphite, mineral, minerals, Ore, Ores, Reagents, talc
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