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Published Papers

 

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Selected papers from the conference have been published in Volume 20 Issue 10 (August 2007) of Minerals Engineering. Papers are available for download from ScienceDirect.

 

Conference Proceedings CD-ROM

The conference proceedings CD-ROM is available by emailing Jon Wills. The CD costs £55 which includes postage and contains the following papers:

Optimisation of Water and Reagent Suites

Balancing the reagent suite to optimise grade and recovery
M.M. Valenta (Metallicon Process Consulting (Pty) Ltd, South Africa)

Reverse flotation of Cašapava do Sul-Brazil carbonate
J.J. Varela, H. Wotruba (Technische Hochschule Aachen, Germany), W. Aliaga and C.O. Petter (Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil)

A novel approach to residue dry stacking utilizing Ciba® RHEOMAXTM ETD technology
R. Daubermann, S. Foster (Senmin Pty Ltd., South Africa), I. Flanagan (Ciba Specialty Chemicals, UK) and J. Lamperd (Ciba Specialty Chemicals, Australia)

 

Sulphidisation of Oxidised Ores

Sulphidisation studies on the Nchanga underground and open pit ores of Konkola Copper Mines of Zambia
S. Simukanga (University of Zambia, Zambia), C. Tepa (Copperbelt University, Zambia), M. Harris and C. O'Connor (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

The novel use of sodium hydrosulfide to restore the flotation of oxidised sulfide minerals
A.J.H. Newell and D.J. Bradshaw (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

 

Reagents Fundamentals

Spectroelectrochemical investigation of 2-mercaptobenzothiazole, and butylethoxycarbonylthioura adsorption on metals and minerals
G. Hope, R. Woods and F. Buckley (Griffith University, Australia)

Adsorption behaviour of xanthate and dithiophosphinate from their mixtures on chalcopyrite and pyrite
E. Bagci, Z. Ekmekci (Hacettepe University, Turkey/UCT, South Africa) and D. Bradshaw (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

The use of ToF-SIMS and microflotation to assess the reversibility of binding of CMC onto talc
L.A.S. Parolis, R. van der Merwe (University of Cape Town, South Africa), G.C. van Leerdam, F.E. Prins and R.G. Smeink (Akzo Nobel, The Netherlands)

Adsorption of guar gum and CMC on pyrite
O. Bicak, Z. Ekmekci (Hacettepe University, Turkey/UCT, South Africa), D. Bradshaw and P. Harris (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

Viscosity behavior of polymeric flocculant solutions
C. Rattanakawin (Chiang Mai University, Thailand) and R. Hogg (Pennsylvania State University, USA)

AFM as a tool for studying adsorption/deposition of octadecylamine on KCl crystals in NaCl-KCl saturated brine
N. Schreithofer, K. Heiskanen (Helsinki University of Technology, Finland) and J.S. Laskowski (University of British Columbia, Canada)

 

Flotation Depressants

Utilization of humic acid as a depressant for hematite in the reverse flotation of iron ore
I.D. dos Santos and J.F. de Oliveira (COPPE/UFRJ, Brazil)

The response of sulphide and gangue minerals in the Merensky Reef to high depressant dosages
J. Wiese, P. Harris and D.Bradshaw (University of Cape Town, South Africa)

 

Flotation Collectors and Frothers

Bioflotation of calcite and magnesite using rhodococcus opacus B.A.E. Casas and M.L. Torem (Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Alternative collectors in the flotation of an igneous phosphate ore L.A. F. Barros (Fosfertil, Brazil), E.E. Ferreira (CVRD, Brazil) and A.E.C. Peres (UFMG, Brazil)

Chelating reagents for flotation A.Marabini, M. Barbaro, M.Ciriachi and P. Plescia (Italian National Research Council - Mineral Processing Institute, Italy)

The effect of reagents and size range in the flotation of quartz A.M. Vieira and A.E.C. Peres (UFMG, Brazil)

The development and application of Ausmelt's AM2 alkyl hydroxamate flotation reagent for oxidised base metal ores and minerals T.C.Hughes, R.Chowdhury, J.McLean, G.Percival (Ausmelt Chemicals, Australia), G.Sheldon (Minmet, Australia)

 

 

 

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