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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

2005-7-15  These data demonstrate the relationship between mineral magnetic concentration measurements and textural properties can be different for particular sedimentary environments even within the same overall sedimentary system and, in some circumstances, the mineral magnetic approach can be unsuitable as a particle size proxy.

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Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in

2012-4-24  [3] In the Southern Ocean as well as in the Atlantic, it is known that magnetic mineral concentration, represented by rock-magnetic parameters such as magnetic susceptibility and isothermal remanent magnetization (IRM), increases in glacial periods [e.g., Kent, 1982; Robinson, 1986; Dezileau et al., 2000; Diekmann et al., 2000; Schmieder et al., 2000].

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Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in the

known that magnetic mineral concentration, represented by rock-magnetic parameters such as magnetic susceptibility and isothermal remanent magnetization (IRM), increases in

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

Magnetic concentrations of sediments from both the marine and estuarine environments are highly influenced by the magnetic contribution of finer particle sizes; Gwendraeth Fawr River sediments are influenced by the magnetic contribution of coarser particle sizes, while sediments from the Gwendraeth Fach River are not influenced significantly by any variations in textural properties.

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Application of mineral magnetic concentration

2014-5-12  The application of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χLF, χARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for urban road deposited sediment collected from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, U.K. has been investigated. Correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and traditional particle

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Correction to “Origin of magnetic mineral

Magnetic parameters are used extensively to interpret magnetic mineral assemblage variations in environmental studies.

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Characterisation and magnetic concentration of an

2019-1-1  It means that there are no liberated particles (mixed particles) of quartz from iron minerals in the concentrates. Subsequently, the concentrates can be purified by magnetic concentration using a weaker magnetic field and the mixed particles can be ground and concentrated by inverse flotation .

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Quantitative measurement of copper mineralogy

2007-12-1  A prototype instrument using magnetic resonance has been constructed for quantitative measurement of selected copper minerals, in bulk samples obtained from a number of commercial ore deposits. The instrument has been developed to provide rapid on-line determination of phase concentration.

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Mineral processing Concentration Britannica

Concentration involves the separation of valuable minerals from the other raw materials received from the grinding mill. In large-scale operations this is accomplished by taking advantage of the different properties of the minerals to be separated. These properties can be colour (optical sorting), density (gravity separation), magnetic

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Magnetic Separators For Mineral Process Bunting

2018-10-22  They move towards concentration in lines of magnetic flux (e.g. hematite, ilmenite, and chromite). Ferromagnetism: Minerals capable of achieving a high degree of magnetic alignment (e.g. magnetite). Diamagnetism: A mineral (e.g. silica) that is very weakly repelled by the pole of a strong magnet. When a magnetic field is applied, a diamagnetic mineral will develop a magnetic

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

2005-7-15  For mineral magnetic analysis, all samples were subjected to the same preparation and analysis procedure, following Walden (1999), in which ∼20 g of each bulk sample was allowed to dry at room temperature (<40 °C) and were then weighed, packed in 10 ml plastic pots and immobilised with clean sponge foam and tape prior to analysis.A standard range of magnetic parameters was

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[PDF] Origin of magnetic mineral concentration

[1] In the Southern Ocean, magnetic mineral concentration increases in glacial periods. The variation pattern closely resembles eolian dust flux records from Antarctic ice cores, but the cause of the linkage remains unclear, as the dust flux is too small for the source of terrigenous materials in the Southern Ocean. We have conducted an environmental magnetic study of late Pleistocene

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a particle size proxy: A case study using marine, estuarine and fluvial sediments in the Carmarthen Bay area, South Wales, U.K. Author links open overlay panel C.A. Booth a J. Walden b A. Neal a J.P. Smith a

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Application of mineral magnetic concentration

2014-5-12  The application of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χLF, χARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for urban road deposited sediment collected from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, U.K. has been investigated. Correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and traditional particle

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Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in

2012-4-24  [1] In the Southern Ocean, magnetic mineral concentration increases in glacial periods. The variation pattern closely resembles eolian dust flux records from Antarctic ice cores, but the cause of the linkage remains unclear, as the dust flux is too small for the source of terrigenous materials in the Southern Ocean.

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

The use of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (cLF, cARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for soil samples collected from the Isle of Man (British Isles) is explored as an

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Correction to “Origin of magnetic mineral

PDF On Sep 1, 2012, Toshitsugu Yamazaki and others published Correction to “Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in the Southern Ocean” Find, read and cite all the research

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Potential linkages between mineral magnetic

Use of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χ LF, χ ARM and SIRM) as a potential pollution proxy for soil samples collected from Wolverhampton (UK) is explored.Comparison of soil-related analytical data by correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and individual geochemical classes (i.e. Fe, Pb, Ni, Zn, Cd), are reported.χ LF, χ ARM and SIRM parameters reveal significant

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Quantitative measurement of copper mineralogy

2007-12-1  A prototype instrument using magnetic resonance has been constructed for quantitative measurement of selected copper minerals, in bulk samples obtained from a number of commercial ore deposits. The instrument has been developed to provide rapid on-line determination of phase concentration. The on-line measurement of copper mineral phase would

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Characterisation and magnetic concentration of an

2019-1-1  After magnetic concentration, the mass and Fe recovery are greater than 40 wt% and 64 wt%, respectively, for a magnetic field of 5465 Gauss. An increase of 20 wt% in Fe and decrease of 35 wt% in SiO 2 is seen in the obtained concentrates when compared with the magnetic concentration feed, which is deemed satisfactory for rougher operation.

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Application of mineral magnetic concentration

2014-5-12  The application of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χLF, χARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for urban road deposited sediment collected from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, U.K. has been investigated. Correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and traditional particle

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Application Of Mineral Magnetic Concentration

The application of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χLF, χARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for urban road deposited sediment collected from Scunthorpe, North Lincolnshire, U.K. has been investigated. Correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and traditional particle size classes (i.e. sand, silt and clay

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

The use of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (cLF, cARM and SIRM) as a potential particle size proxy for soil samples collected from the Isle of Man (British Isles) is explored as an

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Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in

2012-6-1  Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in the Southern Ocean Origin of magnetic mineral concentration variation in the Southern Ocean Yamazaki, Toshitsugu; Ikehara, Minoru 2012-06-01 00:00:00 1. Introduction The Southern Ocean plays a key role in the Earth's climatic system, and has become a focus of paleoceanographic research.

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Potential linkages between mineral magnetic

Use of mineral magnetic concentration parameters (χ LF, χ ARM and SIRM) as a potential pollution proxy for soil samples collected from Wolverhampton (UK) is explored.Comparison of soil-related analytical data by correlation analyses between each magnetic parameter and individual geochemical classes (i.e. Fe, Pb, Ni, Zn, Cd), are reported.χ LF, χ ARM and SIRM parameters reveal significant

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Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a

Use of mineral magnetic concentration data as a particle size proxy: a case study using marine, estuarine and fluvial sediments in the Carmarthen Bay area, South Wales, U.K. By Colin A. Booth, John Walden, A. Neal and J.P. Smith

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Mineral magnetic record of the Chinese loess and

1991-1-1  Instead, they infer relative concentration of detrital or atmospheric magnetite at these times. We critically examine the assumptions made in these models and, on the basis of some new mineral magnetic data and formalized magnetic flux calculations, offer an alternative explanation of the loess magnetic record.

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Characterisation and magnetic concentration of an

2019-1-1  After magnetic concentration, the mass and Fe recovery are greater than 40 wt% and 64 wt%, respectively, for a magnetic field of 5465 Gauss. An increase of 20 wt% in Fe and decrease of 35 wt% in SiO 2 is seen in the obtained concentrates when compared with the magnetic concentration feed, which is deemed satisfactory for rougher operation.

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CONCENTRATION OF CHROMITE BY MEANS OF

2014-5-13  mineral from the pulp using magnetic separation. The factors that affect the coating of Concentration of chromite by means of magnetic carrier using sodium oleate and other reagents 769 Materials and methods Materials Chromite, serpentine and

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Mineral Processing Lab Mining Engineering

2021-2-8  Mineral Concentration Magnetic and Electrostatic Separation Gravity Separation Flotation Sedimentation Thickening Filtration Product Drying Tailings Disposal; Tour the Lab. Contact Bruce Yoshioka, lab coordinator for the Mining Engineering Department, at 303-273-3737.

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