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Dispersion of fine mineral particles in water

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The stability of fine particle suspensions of single and bimineral mixtures has been studied. The common rules of heterocoagulation are summarized. The chemical and physical dispersion methods have also been studied. It was found that several organic or inorganic polymer dispersants have much stronger effects than sodium silicate and that a method of combining dispersant addition with ultrasonic treatment gives the best dispersion results.

Affiliations: 1: Wuhan Iron & Steel University, Wuhan, PRC

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2017-07-26

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