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<h3>US6569391B1  Heap leaching copper ore using sodium nitrate </h3><p>Depending upon the content of acid consuming gangue minerals present in the ore, a higher concentration or a lower concentration of acid can be used to cure the ore. The stacking step entails forming a heap of ore on a leaching pad. </p>

US6569391B1 Heap leaching copper ore using sodium nitrate

Depending upon the content of acid consuming gangue minerals present in the ore, a higher concentration or a lower concentration of acid can be used to cure the ore. The stacking step entails forming a heap of ore on a leaching pad.

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<h3>Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper </h3><p>Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper Tailings by Reverse Flotation p.3412 Mechanism Research on Niobium Distribution Influenced by Roasting Temperature in the Direct Reduction Roasting Process </p>

Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper

Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper Tailings by Reverse Flotation p.3412 Mechanism Research on Niobium Distribution Influenced by Roasting Temperature in the Direct Reduction Roasting Process

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<h3>Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper </h3><p>A technology route of 'Reverse flotation of acidconsuming gangue mineralsAcid leaching for copperExtractingElectrodepositing'is proposed for recovery copper from tailings with high content of  </p>

Investigation on Removing AcidConsuming Gangue from a Copper

A technology route of 'Reverse flotation of acidconsuming gangue mineralsAcid leaching for copperExtractingElectrodepositing'is proposed for recovery copper from tailings with high content of

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<h3>The Chemistry of Copper Heap Leaching Dissolution </h3><p>The Chemistry of Copper Heap Leaching  Free download as Word Doc (.doc / .docx), PDF File (.pdf), Text File (.txt) or read online for free. The Chemistry of Copper Heap Leaching </p>

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<h3>OVERVIEW OF GANGUE MINERALOGY ISSUES IN OXIDE COPPER HEAP </h3><p>consumption of acid by gangue. The following review lists the major gangue and ore minerals that may be present, and highlights some of the more important mineralogy issues involved in leaching oxide copper ores. Special emphasis is given to both acidconsuming and acidregenerating reactions </p>

OVERVIEW OF GANGUE MINERALOGY ISSUES IN OXIDE COPPER HEAP

consumption of acid by gangue. The following review lists the major gangue and ore minerals that may be present, and highlights some of the more important mineralogy issues involved in leaching oxide copper ores. Special emphasis is given to both acidconsuming and acidregenerating reactions

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<h3>Minerals Free FullText Acid Rock Drainage or Not </h3><p>Once metal sulfide oxidation begins, acidic conditions prevail on the waste rock minerals. Consequently, particles of the CPMW start to dissolve due to acidolysis, releasing microbial nutrientssuch as PO 4 2, Ca 2+, Mg 2+, and CO 2 while consuming acid. Consequently, CPMW particles provide a microniche for neutrophilic bacteria in the  </p>

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Once metal sulfide oxidation begins, acidic conditions prevail on the waste rock minerals. Consequently, particles of the CPMW start to dissolve due to acidolysis, releasing microbial nutrientssuch as PO 4 2, Ca 2+, Mg 2+, and CO 2 while consuming acid. Consequently, CPMW particles provide a microniche for neutrophilic bacteria in the

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<h3>An investigation into the leaching behaviour of copper oxide </h3><p>While the dissolution rates of the copper oxide minerals are markedly slower than acid leaching, the selective dissolution of copper over acidconsuming gangue minerals shows much potential. </p>

An investigation into the leaching behaviour of copper oxide

While the dissolution rates of the copper oxide minerals are markedly slower than acid leaching, the selective dissolution of copper over acidconsuming gangue minerals shows much potential.

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<h3>The progression of metallurgical testwork during heap leach </h3><p>THE PROGRESSION OF METALLURGICAL TESTWORK DURING HEAP LEACH DESIGN 31  For ores that contain silicate gangue minerals, it may be possible to reduce gangue acid  </p>

The progression of metallurgical testwork during heap leach

THE PROGRESSION OF METALLURGICAL TESTWORK DURING HEAP LEACH DESIGN 31 For ores that contain silicate gangue minerals, it may be possible to reduce gangue acid

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During well cleaning the well will be filled with the applied acid or acid blend . Retarders are sulphonates or phosphate ester which affect chemical or are thickener which . development and damaging chemical reactions with iron or other minerals, . Blends of hydrochloric acid and hydrofluoric acid are used for sandstone. Get Price

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<h3>US8388728B2  Leaching ores  Google Patents</h3><p>This invention relates more particularly, although by no means exclusively, to leaching sulphidic coppercontaining ores that include large quantities of acid consuming gangue minerals, as a part of the ores. </p>

US8388728B2 Leaching ores Google Patents

This invention relates more particularly, although by no means exclusively, to leaching sulphidic coppercontaining ores that include large quantities of acid consuming gangue minerals, as a part of the ores.

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<h3>Thiosulfate Leaching of Gold from Copper Bearing Ores</h3><p>Another option is the removal of oxidized copper minerals by acid leaching, and gold recovery by subsequent cyanidation. This option, however, is likely to be limited because of acid consuming gangue and neutralization costs preceding cyanidation (Dorr and Bosqui, 1950). </p>

Thiosulfate Leaching of Gold from Copper Bearing Ores

Another option is the removal of oxidized copper minerals by acid leaching, and gold recovery by subsequent cyanidation. This option, however, is likely to be limited because of acid consuming gangue and neutralization costs preceding cyanidation (Dorr and Bosqui, 1950).

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<h3>Copper Dump Leaching and Management Practices That Minimize </h3><p>The acid strength of the leach solution varies proportionately with the rate of leaching,the grade of the copper ore leached, and the amount of acidconsuming gangue present in the ore.10 The pregnant liquors produced by heap leaching are generally much higher in copper content than those produced by dump leaching because ore grades are higher  </p>

Copper Dump Leaching and Management Practices That Minimize

The acid strength of the leach solution varies proportionately with the rate of leaching,the grade of the copper ore leached, and the amount of acidconsuming gangue present in the ore.10 The pregnant liquors produced by heap leaching are generally much higher in copper content than those produced by dump leaching because ore grades are higher

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<h3>An investigation into the leaching behaviour of copper oxide </h3><p>While the dissolution rates of the copper oxide minerals are markedly slower than acid leaching, the selective dissolution of copper over acidconsuming gangue minerals shows much potential. It was shown through UVVis spectroscopy that dissolved copper is in the cupric state and forms a neutral copperglycinate complex under alkaline conditions. </p>

An investigation into the leaching behaviour of copper oxide

While the dissolution rates of the copper oxide minerals are markedly slower than acid leaching, the selective dissolution of copper over acidconsuming gangue minerals shows much potential. It was shown through UVVis spectroscopy that dissolved copper is in the cupric state and forms a neutral copperglycinate complex under alkaline conditions.

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<h3>Ganguereagent interactions during acid leaching of uranium </h3><p>In addition to contributing to acid consumptions, the dissolution of gangue minerals can aid in the recovery of valuable metals (Lottering et al., 2008). As the gangue dissolves, so the proportion of the mineral of interest that is exposed to the leach liquor increases, resulting in improved recoveries. </p>

Ganguereagent interactions during acid leaching of uranium

In addition to contributing to acid consumptions, the dissolution of gangue minerals can aid in the recovery of valuable metals (Lottering et al., 2008). As the gangue dissolves, so the proportion of the mineral of interest that is exposed to the leach liquor increases, resulting in improved recoveries.

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<h3>New Processes for Cleaning Up Copper Concentrates E &ampMJ</h3><p>The process is particularly suitable for ores containing acidconsuming gangue, concentrates with high arsenic or halide contents and for coppergold ores with significant sulfide mineralization. Further optimization work and improvement work is planned, leading to a pilot scale program. </p>

New Processes for Cleaning Up Copper Concentrates E &MJ

The process is particularly suitable for ores containing acidconsuming gangue, concentrates with high arsenic or halide contents and for coppergold ores with significant sulfide mineralization. Further optimization work and improvement work is planned, leading to a pilot scale program.

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<h3>(PDF) A review of acid leaching of uraninite Mark Pownceby </h3><p>Other acids such amounts of acid consuming gangue, the acid leach process has the ad as hydrochloric and nitric acids are more costly and pose more difcult vantage of relatively mild reagent concentrations, shorter leach times, environmental challenges than sulfuric acid (Edwards and Oliver, relatively low temperatures and not requiring a  </p>

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Other acids such amounts of acid consuming gangue, the acid leach process has the ad as hydrochloric and nitric acids are more costly and pose more difcult vantage of relatively mild reagent concentrations, shorter leach times, environmental challenges than sulfuric acid (Edwards and Oliver, relatively low temperatures and not requiring a

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<h3>Gangue geology Britannica.com</h3><p>In copper processing: Mineral processing from the waste materials, or gangue. In cases where the next step is leaching (most frequently in the case of oxide ores), complete liberation of the copper minerals is not always necessarythe ore needs to be crushed and ground only to the extent required to expose the surface of </p>

Gangue geology Britannica.com

In copper processing: Mineral processing from the waste materials, or gangue. In cases where the next step is leaching (most frequently in the case of oxide ores), complete liberation of the copper minerals is not always necessarythe ore needs to be crushed and ground only to the extent required to expose the surface of

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<h3>investigation of the possibility of copper recovery from the </h3><p>A technology route of 'Reverse flotation of acidconsuming gangue mineralsAcid leaching for copperExtractingElectrodepositing'is proposed for recovery copper from tailings with high content of calcium oxide and high content of combined copper oxide. </p>

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A technology route of 'Reverse flotation of acidconsuming gangue mineralsAcid leaching for copperExtractingElectrodepositing'is proposed for recovery copper from tailings with high content of calcium oxide and high content of combined copper oxide.

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<h3>US Patent Application for LEACHING ORES Patent Application </h3><p>This invention relates more particularly, although by no means exclusively, to leaching sulphidic coppercontaining ores that include large quantities of acid consuming gangue minerals, as a part of the ores. </p>

US Patent Application for LEACHING ORES Patent Application

This invention relates more particularly, although by no means exclusively, to leaching sulphidic coppercontaining ores that include large quantities of acid consuming gangue minerals, as a part of the ores.

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<h3>A Novel Process for the Treatment of Copper Concentrates</h3><p>A Novel Process for the Treatment of Copper Concentrates  generate extra acid as required for secondary sulfides or acidconsuming gangue minerals in the concentrate </p>

A Novel Process for the Treatment of Copper Concentrates

A Novel Process for the Treatment of Copper Concentrates generate extra acid as required for secondary sulfides or acidconsuming gangue minerals in the concentrate

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<h3>Minerals 2014 OPEN ACCESS minerals  mdpi.com</h3><p>Many commerciallyvaluable base metals, such as copper and zinc, occur as sulfide minerals, and these are often associated in ore bodies with other, relatively nonvaluable minerals, such as pyrite (FeS 2 ), as well as other gangue minerals. </p>

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Many commerciallyvaluable base metals, such as copper and zinc, occur as sulfide minerals, and these are often associated in ore bodies with other, relatively nonvaluable minerals, such as pyrite (FeS 2 ), as well as other gangue minerals.

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<h3>UNDERSTANDING ACID CONSUMPTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH </h3><p>UNDERSTANDING ACID CONSUMPTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH COPPER RECOVERY M. L. Free, Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT ABSTRACT Acid consumption in copper heap leaching is determined by the minerals present in the ore. Gangue minerals such as biotite and chlorite consume acid together with copperbearing minerals such as chrysocolla and malachite. </p>

UNDERSTANDING ACID CONSUMPTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH

UNDERSTANDING ACID CONSUMPTION AND ITS RELATIONSHIP WITH COPPER RECOVERY M. L. Free, Univ. of Utah, Salt Lake City, UT ABSTRACT Acid consumption in copper heap leaching is determined by the minerals present in the ore. Gangue minerals such as biotite and chlorite consume acid together with copperbearing minerals such as chrysocolla and malachite.

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