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# In beneficiation, a concentration process based on the adhesion of pulp particles to water. Loosely bonded associations of particles and bubbles are formed that are heavier than water; flowing-film gravity concentration is used to separate the agglomerates from nonagglomerated particles. Agglomeration also refers to briquetting, nodulizing, sintering, etc. Gaudin, 1  
 
# In beneficiation, a concentration process based on the adhesion of pulp particles to water. Loosely bonded associations of particles and bubbles are formed that are heavier than water; flowing-film gravity concentration is used to separate the agglomerates from nonagglomerated particles. Agglomeration also refers to briquetting, nodulizing, sintering, etc. Gaudin, 1  
 
# See: kerosine flotation <br/>Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
 
# See: kerosine flotation <br/>Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms
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Latest revision as of 15:50, 19 May 2020

  1. In beneficiation, a concentration process based on the adhesion of pulp particles to water. Loosely bonded associations of particles and bubbles are formed that are heavier than water; flowing-film gravity concentration is used to separate the agglomerates from nonagglomerated particles. Agglomeration also refers to briquetting, nodulizing, sintering, etc. Gaudin, 1
  2. See: kerosine flotation
    Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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