Froth Flotation (Sulphide & Oxide)

Froth Flotation (Sulphide & Oxide)

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Reagent amount calculation (3 replies)

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ecublens
6 months ago
ecublens 6 months ago

Hello, how to convert g/ton to cc?

For example, I have a 1% KAX solution. I will use 30 g/ton of this, how many cc do I need to add?

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Jorge
6 months ago
Jorge 6 months ago

I imagine you want to perform flotation tests. If you plan to use 1-kg charges, you should add 3 cc. Similarly, if you consider 2-kg charges, you should add 6 cc.

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Boyd
2 months ago
Boyd 2 months ago

basic formula is

Volume(cc)=mass(t)xdosage(gpt)/concentration(g/ml or g/cc)

example:

Data

  1. 100t
  2. 30gpt
  3. 20% or g/ml

Vol. = (100t x30 g/t)/ 0.2 g/cc

       = 15,000cc or 15Lt

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chemtoli
2 months ago
chemtoli 2 months ago

Dear Boyd,

Where can I find Tables for Flotation Reagent Equivalents in SI Units. 

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