Surface sulfidization mechanism of cuprite and its response to xanthate adsorption and flotation performance

Volume: 169, Pages: 106982 - 106982
Published: Aug 1, 2021
Abstract
The flotation recovery of cuprite is unsatisfactory because of its natural hydrophilic surface, which decreases the flotation index of copper concentrate. One can modify the cuprite surface by sulfidization to create a hydrophobic surface that is more favorable for flotation. Therefore, it is necessary to reveal the surface sulfidization mechanism of cuprite to efficiently recover cuprite resources. In this work, we used Na2S to modify the...
Paper Details
Title
Surface sulfidization mechanism of cuprite and its response to xanthate adsorption and flotation performance
Published Date
Aug 1, 2021
Volume
169
Pages
106982 - 106982
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