The Chemical Contents of Alkaline Wastewater From the Selective Flotation of Pb-Zn Ores and Its Use
A relatively large amount of industrial water is used in the enrichment of useful minerals by flotation. For certain mineral ores, the process of flotation is irreplaceable and is the only method of enrichment with useful components. This basic method is necessary for further exploitation and extraction, that is, for obtaining various metals and non-metals and their products.
KeywordsSulphide Mineral Industrial Water Calcium Hydroxide Flotation Process Selective Flotation
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