Sulphide deposits-their origin and processing by P.M.J GraySulphide deposits-their origin and processing by P.M.J Gray

Sulphide deposits-their origin and processing

EditorP.M.J Gray, G.J. Bowyer, J.F. Castle

Paperback | September 20, 2011

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Title:Sulphide deposits-their origin and processingFormat:PaperbackPublished:September 20, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:9401068518

ISBN - 13:9789401068512

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Table of Contents

Geology, petrology and mineralogy.- Compositional and textural variations of the major iron and base-metal sulphide minerals.- Rio Tinto deposits - geology and geological models for their exploration and ore-reserve evaluation.- The massive sulphide deposit of Aznalcóllar, Spain, Iberian Pyrite Belt: review of geology and mineralogy.- Precious- and base-metal mineralogy of the Hellyer volcanogenic massive sulphide deposit, northwest Tasmania - a study by electron microprobe.- Mineralogy and petrology of the lead-zinc-copper sulphide ores of the Viburnum Trend, southeast Missouri, U.S.A., with special emphasis on the mineralogy and extraction problems connected with cobalt and nickel.- Ore processing and mineralogy.- Principles and practice of sulphide mineral flotation.- Chelating reagents for flotation of sulphide minerals.- Mineralogy of and potential beneficiation process for the Molai complex sulphide orebody, Greece.- Studies of mineral liberation performance in sulphide comminution circuits.- Methods of recovering platinum-group metals from Stillwater Complex ore.- China's sulphide deposits - their occurrence and treatment.- Is flotation the unavoidable way for beneficiating metal sulphide ores?.- Concentrate processing and tailings disposal.- Improved model for design of industrial column flotation circuits in sulphide applications.- Comparison of methods of gold and silver extraction from Hellyer pyrite and lead-zinc flotation middlings.- Variables in the shear flocculation of galena.- Role of chloride hydrometallurgy in processing of complex (massive) sulphide ores.- Evaluation of the CANMET Ferric Chloride Lead (FCL) process for treatment of complex base-metal sulphide ores.- Lead production from high-grade galena concentrates by ferric chloride leaching and molten-salt electrolysis.- Mercury production from sulphide concentrates by cupric chloride leaching and aqueous electrolysis.- Arsenic fixation and tailings disposal in METBA's gold project.- Acid mine drainage from sulphide ore deposits.