removal of carbonate from rock phosphate ore

(PDF) Two-stage reverse flotation process for removal of ...

The most common method to concentrate apatite from carbonate phosphate ore is reverse configuration using fatty acids as collectors and inorganic acids as apatite depressants, such as H2SO4 and H3PO4.

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Two-stage reverse flotation process for removal of ...

2018-10-6  Phosphate rock contains various gangue minerals including silicates and carbonates which need to be reduced in content in order to meet the requirements of the phosphate industry. Froth flotation has become an integral part of phosphate concentration process. In this study, double reverse flotation was applied to recover apatite from phosphate ore. H3PO4 and CaO were used as phosphate ...

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Reverse flotation of sedimentary calcareous/dolomitic rock ...

2000-2-1  The processing of sedimentary dolomitic/calcareous phosphate ore has numerous problems, including similar surface properties of the carbonate and phosphate. Two-stage reverse anionic flotation of carbonates (dolomite/calcite) has appeared to be a promising separation technique for the removal of carbonates from sedimentary rock phosphate.

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Removal Of Carbonate From Rock Phosphate Ore. Physical and thermal treatment of phosphate ores — An . - GreenPi. Abstract. The annual consumption of phosphate rock approached 150 million tons. . phosphate ores having carbonate-apatite as the main phosphate minerals and containing carbonates calcite andor dolomite .. to be used as mined ...

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Process for the beneficiation of phosphate ores - DUFOUR ...

A large number of studies have been directed to the removal of carbonates from phosphate ore having a carbonate-containing gangue. For example, British Patent No. 859,155, which corresponds to U.S. Pat. No. 3,113,838, discloses a process applicable to phosphate-rich rock containing calcium carbonate.

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Phosphorite - an overview ScienceDirect Topics

An addition of phosphoric and sulfuric acids in the second stage acts as Ph controller for the removal of carbonate in froths. The phosphate component is depressed in an acid environment, and moved to thickeners/filters/dryers to form a final concentrate at +30% P 2 O

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Mining and Beneficiation of Phosphate Ore IntechOpen

2016-1-8  The first commercial production of phosphate rock began in England in 1847. A wide variety of techniques and equipment is used to mine and process phosphate rocks in order to beneficiate low-grade ores and remove impurities. The eighth chapter of this book deals with mining and beneficiation of phosphate ore. The principle and operating conditions of important parts of manufacturing process ...

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Beneficiation of Low-Grade Phosphate Deposits by a ...

2016-1-23  this section, new methods involving calcination were used to concentrate phosphate carbonate ore. Kaljuvee et al. (1995) [34] examined phosphate samples from Kazakhstan with an initial P2O5 grade of 21%–23% and CO2 content of 8%–10% CO2. This is a carbonate ore containing primarily

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Separation strategies for Jordanian phosphate rock with ...

2010-11-1  A phosphate ore from Abyad area in Jordan was crushed to minus 5 mm in a jaw crusher.After being dried at 60 °C for 120 min, the sample was subjected to dry grinding in a ball mill.This phosphate ore mainly consists of fluorapatite, calcite and quartz minerals (seen in Fig. 2). Table 1 shows the results of chemical composition analysis. . Corresponding to the mineral types in the ore, the ...

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Process for the beneficiation of phosphate ores - DUFOUR ...

A large number of studies have been directed to the removal of carbonates from phosphate ore having a carbonate-containing gangue. For example, British Patent No. 859,155, which corresponds to U.S. Pat. No. 3,113,838, discloses a process applicable to phosphate-rich rock containing calcium carbonate.

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Beneficiation of Low-Grade Phosphate Deposits by a ...

2016-1-23  this section, new methods involving calcination were used to concentrate phosphate carbonate ore. Kaljuvee et al. (1995) [34] examined phosphate samples from Kazakhstan with an initial P2O5 grade of 21%–23% and CO2 content of 8%–10% CO2. This is a carbonate ore containing primarily

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Used for Phosphate Ores

2019-4-26  The reverse “Crago” double float process for beneficiation of Florida phosphate ore [6]. The phosphate ores mainly contain the siliceous phosphate rock, calcareous phosphate rock and calcareous-siliceous phosphate rock. Di erent types of phosphate ores should be subjected to specific

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11.21 Phosphate Rock Processing - US EPA

2015-9-10  11.21 Phosphate Rock Processing 11.21.1 Process Description1-5 The separation of phosphate rock from impurities and nonphosphate materials for use in fertilizer manufacture consists of beneficiation, drying or calcining at some operations, and grinding. The Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) code for phosphate rock processing is 1475. The ...

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Chemical beneficiation of phosphatic limestone and ...

Phosphate rock producers most actively seek reworked and weathered deposits because the ore body contains little magnesium and calcium carbonate. The accessory minerals in these deposits are usually feldspars, quartz, various clay minerals, metal oxides and gypsum.

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Physicochemical and Mineralogical Characterizations of ...

The enriched phosphate ore, wrung out and dried in ovens brought to 800˚C, passes through a magnetic band to remove metals oxides also called sterile magnetic. The magnetic purification plant generates on average 0.50% of the output tonnage in magnetic waste rock.

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Research on Enrichment of P2O5 from Low-Grade

2019-2-3  The theory of using dilute organic acid solutions to leach the carbonaceous part from low-grade carbonaceous phosphate ore has been proposed by researchers as an effective approach to increase the proportion of P and to utilize the abundant low-grade resource. In this paper, a comprehensive experimental study was carried out to confirm the feasibility of organic acid leaching

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Processes for phosphorus removal from iron ore - a review

2.1 Phosphate occurrences. Iron ore of high phosphorus content coexists with other minerals in the form of apatite or fluorapatite. Phosphorus is spread on the edge of mineral particles of iron oxide and embedded in quartz or carbonate minerals and a small amount is present in the iron mineral grid (Xia et al., 2011 XIA, W., REN, Z., GAOY ...

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Phosphate Minerals - University of Wisconsin–Madison

2018-12-28  Therefore, phosphorus fertilizers are produced by acidulating rock phosphate, ore containing apatite of either the hydroxyapatite, fluorapatite, or francolite (carbonate) varieties, by one of two general schemes: Either sulfuric acid sufficient to produce a mixture of monocalcium phosphate and gypsum [the mixture marketed as "superphosphate ...

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Minerals Free Full-Text Review on Beneficiation ...

2019-1-30  Phosphate ore is an important raw material for manufacturing fertilizers and phosphorous chemical products. While most of the phosphate resources cannot be directly treated as feed stock due to the low grade of P2O5 and high content of impurities. In order to obtain a qualified phosphate concentrate, the beneficiation of the low-grade phosphate ore is, hence, of great necessity.

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Beneficiation of Low-Grade Phosphate Deposits by a ...

2016-1-23  this section, new methods involving calcination were used to concentrate phosphate carbonate ore. Kaljuvee et al. (1995) [34] examined phosphate samples from Kazakhstan with an initial P2O5 grade of 21%–23% and CO2 content of 8%–10% CO2. This is a carbonate ore containing primarily

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Research on Enrichment of P2O5 from Low-Grade

2019-2-3  The content of P 2 O 5 in phosphate rock was determined by the ammonium phosphomolybdate volumetric method. This method was specified by the national standard of China (GB 223.61-88 Steel and alloy chemical analysis methods), which is suitable for determining the content of P 2 O 5 of phosphate rock when it is above 0.5%.

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Chemical beneficiation of phosphatic limestone and ...

Phosphate rock producers most actively seek reworked and weathered deposits because the ore body contains little magnesium and calcium carbonate. The accessory minerals in these deposits are usually feldspars, quartz, various clay minerals, metal oxides and gypsum.

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Used for Phosphate Ores

2019-4-26  The reverse “Crago” double float process for beneficiation of Florida phosphate ore [6]. The phosphate ores mainly contain the siliceous phosphate rock, calcareous phosphate rock and calcareous-siliceous phosphate rock. Di erent types of phosphate ores should be subjected to specific

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Characterization of phosphate rock and phosphogypsum

The phosphate rock was found to be formed by carbonate fluorapatite, calcite, dolomite, natural gypsum, quartz, calcite-Mg, apatite, pyrite, fluorite, and sphalerite-Cd and phosphogypsum by synthetic gypsum and sphalerite-Cd. The phosphate was found to be richer in organic compounds compared to

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Phosphate - Department for Energy and Mining

2021-11-25  For general use in the fertiliser industry, phosphate rock or its concentrates preferably have levels of approximately 30% phosphorus pentoxide (P 2 O 5), reasonable amounts of calcium carbonate (5%), and less than 4% combined iron and aluminium oxides. Worldwide, the resources of high-grade ore are declining, and the beneficiation of lower ...

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Phosphate Minerals - University of Wisconsin–Madison

2018-12-28  Therefore, phosphorus fertilizers are produced by acidulating rock phosphate, ore containing apatite of either the hydroxyapatite, fluorapatite, or francolite (carbonate) varieties, by one of two general schemes: Either sulfuric acid sufficient to produce a mixture of monocalcium phosphate and gypsum [the mixture marketed as "superphosphate ...

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Sedimentary and Igneous Phosphate Deposits: Formation

Remote sensing techniques with the ability to identify minerals rich in CO 3, REEs, and Fe 2+ that are characteristic of carbonatites are also important exploration tools that may provide vectors to ore. Sedimentary phosphorite is a marine bioelemental sedimentary rock that contains >18 wt % P 2 O 5. While small peritidal phosphorites formed in ...

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Dissolution of Calcareous Phosphate Rock from Gafsa ...

2014-1-10  of a raw phosphate rock decreases and then increases with the reaction time in diluted phosphoric (0.2 M), while the conversion rate increases continuously. Zafar . et al. [7] concluded that the change in the reac- tion rate constant of leaching of calcareous phosphate rock in dilute phosphoric acid can be attributed to the po -

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How phosphate is mined and processed

2014-4-21  rock phosphate can become soluble (and available to plants) either by chemical weathering or through the actions of certain types of plants. The solubility also depends on rock type and the pH of the soil; phosphorus is most soluble when contained in sedimentary rocks as opposed to igneous rock, and when soil pH is between 5.5 and 7.2.

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