A new hydrocyclic system for mineral separation

CIM Bulletin, Vol. 87, No. 979, 1994
Alijan Aftabi, Department of Geology, Kerman University, Kerman, Iran, and Alireza Sarafi, Geological Survey, Kerman, Iran
Abstract
A hydrocyclic system used for mineral separation at the laboratory scale results in the separation of more than 90% of micas. The system functions only by water and might offer advantages where other methods of mica separation are not available.
Keywords: Mineral separation, Hydrocyclic systems.
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