Anionic collector

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A flotation reagent in which the reactive group is acid in character. In these collectors the hydrocarbon group is in the anion. The most common anionic collectors are fatty acids (carboxylic acids). They occur naturally as complex mixtures in which the hydrocarbon chain is saturated or unsaturated. Fuerstenau
Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms


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