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    Xu L, Tian J, Wu H, et al. New insights into the oleate flotation response of feldspar particles of different sizes: Anisotropic adsorption model[J]. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, 2017, 505: 500-508.

    2017-07-24 17:42     (瀏覽次數)

    Abstract

    The anisotropic adsorption of sodium oleate (NaOL) on feldspar surfaces was investigated to elucidate the different flotation properties of feldspar particles of four different size ranges. Microflotation experiments showed that the feldspar flotation recovery of particles with sizes spanning different ranges decreased in the order 0–19 > 19–38 > 45–75 > 38–45 μm. Zeta potential and FTIR measurements showed that NaOL was chemically adsorbed on the Al sites of the feldspar surface. The anisotropic surface energies and broken bond densities estimated by density functional theory calculations showed that, although feldspar mostly exposed (0 1 0) and (0 0 1) surfaces, only the (0 0 1) surfaces contained the Al sites needed for NaOL adsorption. The interaction energies calculated by molecular dynamics simulations confirmed the more favorable NaOL adsorption on (0 0 1) than (0 1 0) surfaces, which may represent the main cause for the anisotropic NaOL adsorption on feldspar particles of different sizes. SEM measurements showed that the main exposed surfaces on coarse and fine feldspar particles were the side (0 1 0) and basal (0 0 1) ones, respectively. A higher fraction of Al-rich (0 0 1) surfaces is exposed on fine feldspar particles, resulting in better floatability compared with coarse particles. XPS and adsorption measurements confirmed that the Al content on the feldspar surface varied with the particle size, explaining the different NaOL flotation of feldspar particles of different sizes. Therefore, the present results suggest that coarsely ground ore should be used for the separation of feldspar gangue minerals. Further improvements in the flotation separation of feldspar from associated valuable minerals can be achieved through selective comminution or grinding processes favoring the exposure of (0 1 0) surfaces.

     Keywords

    Feldspar
    Particle size
    Flotation
    Surface crystal chemistry
    Anisotropic adsorption

    http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0021979717306653

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