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  • influence of Aluminum Sodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+

  • Influence of AluminumSodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+

Shuai Fang – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • influence of Aluminum Sodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+

  • Influence of AluminumSodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+

Kaiqian Shu – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • influence of Aluminum Sodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+

  • Influence of AluminumSodium Silicate on olivine flotation with Sodium oleate
    Minerals Engineering, 2019
    Co-Authors: Shuai Fang, Kaiqian Shu, Zhoujie Wang

    Abstract:

    Abstract In this work, the performance of the novel depressant AluminumSodium Silicate (Al–Na2SiO3) was compared to that of Na2SiO3, and the flotation and adsorption on the olivine surface were investigated with single-mineral flotation tests, zeta potential measurements, microcalorimetry, Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy, and thermodynamic analyses. From the mineral flotation test results, Al–Na2SiO3 was found to exhibit an improved depression capacity as compared to the samples in the absence of Al3+, and the depression properties of Al–Na2SiO3 were found to depend on the Al3+ concentration. Thus, when the Al3+ concentration was higher than or equal to 0.1 mM, a significant depression capacity for olivine could be realized. From the obtained zeta potentials, it was found that by introducing assistant Al(III) species, the zeta potential of olivine exhibited a more positive integral shift than that of pure olivine and NaOL + Na2SiO3. In addition, according to the species distribution of Al2(SO4)3 and Na2SiO3, Si(OH)4 could interact with Al(OH)2+, Al(OH)2+, and Al3+ ions to form some monomeric Silicate species and/or a polySilicateAluminum material to inhibit the floatability of olivine. Moreover, the results of microcalorimetric measurements revealed that the reaction heats of the utilized reagents could be in the order of Al3+