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Sulfatizing roasting for copper and cobalt production

2011-11-10  Sulfatizing roasting belongs to a production process for copper and cobalt from sulfidic ores. Figure 1 shows a simplified block flow diagram of the location of the roasting stage in the entire process map. The objective of roasting is a selective sulfation of copper and cobalt. Iron is

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Roasting in Metallurgy - Mineral Processing Metallurgy

2016-10-31  In metallurgy, the operation of roasting, as a preliminary to chlorination, has for its object the expulsion of the sulphur, arsenic, antimony and other volatile substances existing in the ore, and the oxidation of the metals left behind, so as to leave nothing (except metallic gold) which can combine with chlorine when the ore

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12.3 Primary Copper Smelting

2015-9-10  typical pyrometallurgical copper smelting process, as illustrated in Figure 12.3-1, includes 4steps: roasting, smelting, concentrating, and fire refining. Ore concentration is roasted to reduceimpurities, including sulfur, antimony, arsenic, and lead. The roasted product, calcine, serves as adried and heated charge for the smelting furnace. Smelting of roasted (calcine feed) or unroasted(green feed) ore concentrate produces matte, a molten mixture of copper sulfide (Cu2S), iron sulfide(FeS), and some heavy metals. Converting the matte yields a high-grade "blister" copper, with 98.5 to99.5 percent copper. Typically, blister copper

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Roasting - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

Oxidative roasting is the process of converting metallic compounds in waste materials into oxides using oxidants. The aim is to obtain oxides to facilitate the next step of smelting. Oxidation roasting is often used in sulfide ore smelting. It is used to remove the sulfur ore, arsenic, antimony, and other harmful impurities in ore.

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Recovery of Copper from Copper Sulfide Concentrate by ...

2015-2-16  process becomes the most viable and promising approach to treat copper sulfide ore in metallurgy fields. In hy-drometallurgical process, the most widely used pretreatment process is roasting before leaching. There are three common roasting methods: oxidation roasting, chlorination roasting and sulfation roasting. Oxidation roasting needs high roasting temperature and copper will suffer a loss by generating copper ferrite. The exhaust gas (SO2, Cl2, HCl) from the furnace in chlorination roasting process is a threat to the environment. In sulfation roasting, copper was mainly formed to soluble sulfate by water or dilute acid after roasting. Mostly this method is applied to pretreatment of copper concentrate with high percentage of sulfur. A sulfate promoter can change the roasting

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ROASTING OF SULFIDE MINERALS - Wiley Online Library

greater affinity of copper for sulfur than for oxygen. Roasting is essentially a surface reaction where the oxide layer is formed first and ... roasters. Inflash roasting, the preheated oreis injected through a burner. This process is most appropriate for the roasting of sulfides, which oxidize exothermally and ... Ore fines may be sintered due ...

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Chapter 6 Copper Production Technology

1996-11-20  mans found nearly 100 lens-shaped ore bodies in the Rio Tinto copper district. Modern geologists have found only a few additional deposits, and almost all of Rio Tinto’s modern production has been from ore first discovered by the Remans.3 At Rio Tinto, the Remans mined the upper, ox-idized, part of the ore and collected the copper-

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【托福考满分ETS听力官方真题】The Copper Basin_原文 ...

It wasn’t the mining itself that caused such massive destruction. It was what happened after the copper ore was extracted from the mines. It was a process called heap roasting.

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Process for treating refractory gold ores by roasting ...

The maximum extraction was achieved under the following roasting conditions: a top particle size of 150 μm, a residence time of 2 hrs, a roasting temperature of 475°C and with 40% oxygen (by ...

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Copper Ore Roasting Process - orchester-werke

Copper Ore Roasting Process. 2020-6-10Copper processing - Copper processing - Roasting smelting and converting Once a concentrate has been produced containing copper and other metals of value such as gold and silver the next step is to remove impurity elements. In older processes the concentrate containing between 5 and 10 percent water is ...

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Extraction of Copper and Nickel from Low-Grade Nickel ...

2019-9-10  Low-Temperature Roasting Process. In order to investigate the effects of additive dosage, particle size of the ore sample, and roasting temperature and time on the conversion of nickel, copper, iron and magnesium in the low-temperature roasting process, the ore samples roasted under different conditions were directly subjected to a water-leaching process, and the leaching solution was ...

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12.3 Primary Copper Smelting

2015-9-10  Process steps include mining, concentration, roasting, smelting, converting, and finally fire and electrolytic refining. 12.3.2 Process Description2-4 Mining produces ores with less than 1 percent copper. Concentration is accomplished at the mine sites by crushing, grinding, and flotation purification, resulting in ore with 15 to 35 percent copper.

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Processes - extraction, mining, smelting, refining ...

The ore An ore is a rock that contains enough metal to make it worthwhile extracting. Grinding The ore is crushed, then ground into powder. Concentrating The ore is enriched using a process called froth flotation. Unwanted material (called gangue) sinks to the bottom and is removed. Roasting

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ROASTING OF SULFIDE MINERALS - Wiley Online Library

greater affinity of copper for sulfur than for oxygen. Roasting is essentially a surface reaction where the oxide layer is formed first and ... roasters. Inflash roasting, the preheated oreis injected through a burner. This process is most appropriate for the roasting of sulfides, which oxidize exothermally and ... Ore fines may be sintered due ...

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Recovery of Copper from Copper Sulfide Concentrate by ...

2015-2-16  Y. M. Zhao et al. 10 process becomes the most viable and promising approach to treat copper sulfide ore in metallurgy fields. In h y-drometallurgical process, the most widely used pretreatment process is roasting before leaching.

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LEACHING OF LOW-GRADE COPPER ORES: A CASE

2017-6-9  copper, which are also found in ore deposits of copper, can be converted into a soluble form by leaching, where the chemistry of the process is simple. Copper carbonates and oxides, are present mainly in the oxidation zone - "oxide hats" above the sulphide deposits. Sulphide copper

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Process for treating refractory gold ores by roasting ...

The maximum extraction was achieved under the following roasting conditions: a top particle size of 150 μm, a residence time of 2 hrs, a roasting temperature of 475°C and with 40% oxygen (by ...

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Molybdenum Processing - IMOA

The milled ore/gangue powder is mixed with a liquid and aerated in the flotation step. The less dense ore rises in the froth to be collected, while the gangue sinks to be discarded. Flotation separates the metallic minerals from the gangue this way and – in the case of copper/ molybdenum ores – separates molybdenite from copper

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Leaching and recovery of platinum group metals from

2009-8-26  hydrometallurgical process for which this is not an issue is proposed that involves reductive roasting of the ore followed by leaching with HCl/chlorine, ion exchange, and recovery of PGM from the ion exchange eluate by reduction. Problems associated with leaching of PGM are discussed and results of laboratory testwork for each of the

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Copper Ore Roasting Process - orchester-werke

Copper Ore Roasting Process. 2020-6-10Copper processing - Copper processing - Roasting smelting and converting Once a concentrate has been produced containing copper and other metals of value such as gold and silver the next step is to remove impurity elements. In older processes the concentrate containing between 5 and 10 percent water is ...

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12.3 Primary Copper Smelting

2015-9-10  Process steps include mining, concentration, roasting, smelting, converting, and finally fire and electrolytic refining. 12.3.2 Process Description2-4 Mining produces ores with less than 1 percent copper. Concentration is accomplished at the mine sites by crushing, grinding, and flotation purification, resulting in ore with 15 to 35 percent copper.

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Processes - extraction, mining, smelting, refining ...

The ore An ore is a rock that contains enough metal to make it worthwhile extracting. Grinding The ore is crushed, then ground into powder. Concentrating The ore is enriched using a process called froth flotation. Unwanted material (called gangue) sinks to the bottom and is removed. Roasting

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Copper mining. Chemical reactions.

2014-6-13  Roasting: In roasting, we: change some of the CuFeS 2 to copper oxide remove some of the sulphur as sulphur dioxide. We do this by heating the concentrated ore from froth floatation. It is heated to betweem 500 °C and 700 °C in air. The product

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Calcination And Roasting - What Is Calcination And Roasting

Roasting: Calcination is a process in which ore is heated in the absence of air or air might be supplied in limited quantity: Roasting involves heating of ore lower than its melting point in the presence of air or oxygen. Calcination involves thermal decomposition of carbonate ores. Roasting is

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Gold Ore Roasting Techniques - Mineral Processing

2016-7-14  Calcination Roasting Process. The usual method of process and treatment of the calcines (by calcination) from the roasting of gold ores is to cool in air, quench the moderately cooled material in water, and subject it to a light grind with pebbles or balls

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Roasting process is applied to which of the following ...

2020-3-26  Roasting process is applied to which of the following ores 1) galena 2) Iron pyrites 3) copper glance 4) all 2 See answers rajdeepshaw968 rajdeepshaw968 Answer: The correct answer is: Explanation: 2.) Iron pyrites. rakesh4114 rakesh4114 Answer is (2) That is Iron pyrites;

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LEACHING OF LOW-GRADE COPPER ORES: A CASE

2017-6-9  copper, which are also found in ore deposits of copper, can be converted into a soluble form by leaching, where the chemistry of the process is simple. Copper carbonates and oxides, are present mainly in the oxidation zone - "oxide hats" above the sulphide deposits. Sulphide copper

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Molybdenum Processing - IMOA

The milled ore/gangue powder is mixed with a liquid and aerated in the flotation step. The less dense ore rises in the froth to be collected, while the gangue sinks to be discarded. Flotation separates the metallic minerals from the gangue this way and – in the case of copper/ molybdenum ores – separates molybdenite from copper

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Leaching and recovery of platinum group metals from

2009-8-26  hydrometallurgical process for which this is not an issue is proposed that involves reductive roasting of the ore followed by leaching with HCl/chlorine, ion exchange, and recovery of PGM from the ion exchange eluate by reduction. Problems associated with leaching of PGM are discussed and results of laboratory testwork for each of the

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