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adsorption of oleic acid on iron ore

adsorption of oleic acid on iron ore

The adsorption of fatty acids on hematite plays a key role in the direct flotation route In the literature it is generally demonstrated the chemisorption of oleic acid and lauric acid on hematite Buckland et al8 also confirmed control in iron ore flotation circuits and the level of ionic strength in iron ore flotation pulp The

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