Hardbound. Column flotation is one of the most important new developments to emerge in mineral processing technology in the last 50 years. Currently there is much research and development interest worldwide, and Professors Finch and Dobby are among the leading practitioners in the field. Column Flotation covers both fundamental and applied aspects. Following an examination of the properties of the collection and froth zones, there is detailed treatment of cleaning and selectivity, focussing on their dependence on operating variables. It concludes with an examination of the practical questions of column simulation, scale-up and control. The book is profusely illustrated throughout, with comprehensive glossary and nomenclature sections to assist newcomers to the field. Invaluable reading for mineral processing and chemical engineers, both practising and students, it provides a solid foundation to this rapidly emerging technique.
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Two leading practitioners of an important technique in mineral processing present fundamental and applied aspects of it. The topics include the properties of the collection and froth zones, cleaning and selectivity, and such practical matters as column simulation, scale-up, and control. Annotation
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Book Description Elsevier Science & Technology, 1990. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. No Jacket. Some scuffs and scratches over the board. Some rubbing on corners and spine ends. Some tainted spots on first few and last few page else CLEAN TEXT, NO MARKINGS. NEVER USED BOOK. Bookseller Inventory # 0001460
Book Description Pergamon, 1990. Book Condition: very good. Gently used. Expect delivery in 20 days. Bookseller Inventory # 9780080401867-3