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Interaction Mechanism between Molybdenite and Kaolinite in Gypsum Solution Using Kerosene as the Flotation Collector
This paper aims to understand the fundamental interaction mechanism between molybdenite and kaolinite in gypsum solution using kerosene as collector. Micro-flotation tests were conducted to study the effect of gypsum solution on the flotation performance of mixed −74 μm molybdenite and −10 μm kaolinite mineral. The results showed that the recovery of molybdenite decreased from 86% to 74% while the gypsum solution concentration increased from 0 to 800 mg/L, indicating the detrimental effect ofdoi:10.3390/min8070304 fatcat:ktwerjsldbekja7znxbmiwmjui