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Dispersants. Solvay offers its CYQUEST brand of dispersants for flotation at lower solids concentration to reduce the pulp density. CYQUEST 3223 and 3270 anti-precipitant and CYQUEST 4000 processing aids are used as dispersing agents

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  • ACUMER™ 9210 Dispersant Polymer for Mineral Slurries

    ACUMER™ 9210 Dispersant Polymer for Mineral Slurries

    optimum dispersant dosage is about 0.19% (expressed as dry polymer per dry Kaolin). ACUMER™ 9210 is recommended in the ceramic industry to disperse and stabilize ceramic slurries. In the production of ceramic pieces, dispersing agents are used in wet grinding of raw materials to increase solids content and improve stabilization of the slurries

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  • Oil Dispersant Additives | Solvents & Surfactants | Dow Inc

    Oil Dispersant Additives | Solvents & Surfactants | Dow Inc

    Our high-performance dispersing agent technologies for energy and water contribute to production stability in a wide range of oil, gas and mining operations. Dow dispersant additives, including solvents and surfactants, assist with: Stable storage without separation ; Cementing applications ; Water-based drilling ; Hydraulic fracturing

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  • Use Sodium Silicate as Dispersant in Selective Flocculation

    Use Sodium Silicate as Dispersant in Selective Flocculation

    Nov 23, 2018 In the mining and mineral processing industry, common applications of sodium silicates are in the dispersion of siliceous gangue and slimes, clay mining and refining, the production of clay slips, ore flotation, stabilization of drilling muds, and surface conditioning of a variety of ores

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  • Dispersants - Center for Biological Diversity

    Dispersants - Center for Biological Diversity

    Dispersants and dispersed oil are particularly toxic to corals, leading scientists to call for a ban on dispersant use near coral reefs. A formulation of one of the dispersants being used in the BP spill response, Corexit 9527, has been shown to prevent fertilization of mature eggs and hinder the development of young life stages of reef

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  • Effect of the benzene ring of the dispersant on the

    Effect of the benzene ring of the dispersant on the

    May 01, 2021 A sedimentation experiment was conducted to evaluate the performance of the dispersants. Eight groups of coal slurry water were prepared, as illustrated in Fig. 2.The concentration and volume of each coal slurry water were 1% and 100 mL, respectively, and the dispersant dosage was 1% of the dry coal powder dosage

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  • (PDF) Effect of the benzene ring of the dispersant on the

    (PDF) Effect of the benzene ring of the dispersant on the

    Effect of the benzene ring of the dispersant on the rheological characteristics of coal-water slurry: Experiments and theoretical calculations February 2021 International Journal of Mining Science

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  • The Improvement Effect of Dispersant in Fluorite Flotation

    The Improvement Effect of Dispersant in Fluorite Flotation

    Mar 25, 2015 Abstract. Different dispersants were added in the dispersion process to improve the efficiency of fluorite flotation. The types and dosage of dispersant on the improvement of fluorite flotation were investigated; when the sodium polyacrylate (SPA) was used as the dispersant and its addition is 0.5%, the concentrate grade of CaF 2 increased from 90% to 98% and the fluorite recovery increased

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  • Dispersant Meaning | Best 2 Definitions of Dispersant

    Dispersant Meaning | Best 2 Definitions of Dispersant

    What does dispersant mean? A substance added to a mixture to promote dispersion or to maintain dispersed particles in suspension. (noun)

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  • Dispersants | definition of dispersants by Medical dictionary

    Dispersants | definition of dispersants by Medical dictionary

    dispersant: (dis-pĕr′sănt) [ disperse ] A chemical that prevents organic substances from concentrating as sludge in a particular location. Such agents are used to break up oil spills or other substances but may have their own toxic effects

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  • Dispersant - definition of dispersant by The Free Dictionary

    Dispersant - definition of dispersant by The Free Dictionary

    Define dispersant. dispersant synonyms, dispersant pronunciation, dispersant translation, English dictionary definition of dispersant. n. Chemistry A substance added to a mixture to promote dispersion or to maintain dispersed particles in suspension. American Heritage Dictionary of the

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  • Pigment Dispersion: Wetting & Dispersing Agents for

    Pigment Dispersion: Wetting & Dispersing Agents for

    Aug 18, 2021 Dispersant or dispersing agent is defined as a surface-active chemical that has a solvating action on the solid particles (pigments or fillers) to be dispersed and thus promotes formation of dispersion by dispersing or suspending them. Dispersants help maintain a state of dispersion by preventing settling or aggregation

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  • Technical Report: Pigment Wetting and Dispersion Stability

    Technical Report: Pigment Wetting and Dispersion Stability

    Technical Report: TR-030a Floratech Proprietary & Confidential Revision Date: February 2021 Copyright 2018, 2021 International Flora Technologies, Ltd

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  • Dispersion | Definition of Dispersion by Merriam-Webster

    Dispersion | Definition of Dispersion by Merriam-Webster

    Dispersion definition is - diaspora. How to use dispersion in a sentence

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  • The effect of biopolymer dispersants on copper flotation

    The effect of biopolymer dispersants on copper flotation

    Oct 01, 2016 In industry, polymeric dispersants have been used to reduce the negative impact of clay minerals in flotation. For instance, at Newcrest’s Telfer Operation, three polymers, Polyacrylate A, modified carboxylic acid and lignosulfonate-based F-100 biopolymer, were tested in the laboratory to mitigate the negative effects of clay minerals on

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  • A basic guide to particle characterization

    A basic guide to particle characterization

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  • Dispersant definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Dispersant definition and meaning | Collins English Dictionary

    Dispersant definition: a liquid or gas used to disperse small particles or droplets , as in an aerosol | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples

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  • Flotation Reagents - Mineral Processing & Metallurgy

    Flotation Reagents - Mineral Processing & Metallurgy

    Jun 08, 2016 A flocculant and dispersant; also a depressant or gangue slimes in flotation of sulphides. Cellulosics HEC (Natrosol) Hydroxyethyl cellulose, non-ionic. Dry powder cellulose. Water dispersion.01 to .05: A flocculant and dispersant useful in flotation of non-metallic and iron ore along with cationic promoter. Cement

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