Further Reading

Bradshaw DJ and O'Connor CT (1997) The synergism of mixtures of thiol collectors in the flotation of low grade pyrite ores. In: Hoberg H and von Blottnitz H (eds) Proceedings of the XX International Minerals Processing Congress, Aachen, vol. 3, pp. 343-354. Germany: GMBH Publishers.

Fuerstenau DW (1995) Where are we in flotation chemistry after 70 years of research? In: Proceedings of the XIX International Minerals Processing Congress, San Francisco, SME, vol. 3, pp. 3-18.

Harris PJ (1982) Frothing phenomena and froths. In: King RP (ed.) Principles of Flotation, pp. 237-250. Johannesburg: South African Institute of Min. Metall.

Klimpel RR and Hansen RD (1988) Frothers. In: Somasundaran P and Moudgil BM (eds) Reagents in Mineral Technology, pp. 387-409. New York: Marcel Dekker.

Laskowski JS (1993) Frothers and flotation froth. Mineral Processing and Extraction Metall. Review 12: 61-89.

Leja J (1989) Interactions of surfactants. Mineral Processing and Extraction Metall. Review 5: 1-22.

Leja J and Schulman JH (1954) Flotation theory: molecular interactions between frothers and collectors at solid-liquid interfaces. Transactions of the A.I.M.E. 199: 221-228.

Lekki J and Laskowski JS (1971) On the dynamic effect of frother-collector joint action in flotation. Transactions of Institute of Min. Metall. 80: C174-C180.

Mingione PA (1984) Use of dialkyl and diaryl dithiophos-phate promoters as mineral flotation agents. In: Jones MJ and Oblatt R (eds) Reagents in the Minerals Industry, pp. 19-24. London: Inst. Min. Metall.

List of References from Table 1

Adkins SJ and Pearse MJ (1992) The influence of collector chemistry on the kinetics and selectivity in base metal sulfide flotation. Mineral Engineering 5: 295-310.

Bradshaw DJ and O'Connor CT (1994) The flotation of pyrite using mixtures of dithiocarbamates and other collectors. Mineral Engineering 7: 681-690.

Bradshaw DJ and O'Connor CT (1997) The synergism of mixtures of thiol collectors in the flotation of low grade pyrite ores. In: Hoberg H and von Blottnitz H (eds) Proceedings of the XX International Minerals Processing Congress, Aachen, vol. 3, pp. 343-354. Germany: GMDB Publishers.

Buckenham MH and Schulman JH (1963) Molecular association in flotation. Transactions of the Institute ofMin-eral and Metallurgy 7: C1 -C6.

Critchley JK and Riaz M (1991) Study of synergism between xanthate and dithiocarbamate collectors in flotation of heazlewoodite. Transactions of the Institute of Mineral and Metallurgy 100: C55-C57.

Crozier RD and Klimpel R (1989) Frothers: plant practice. Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy Review 5: 257-279.

Falvey JJ (1969) Dialkyl Dithiocarbamate as Froth Flotation Collectors. US patent no. 3 464 551.

Hanson JS, Barbaro M, Fuerstenau DW, Marabini A and Barbucci R (1988) Interaction of glycine and a glycine-based polymer with xanthate in relation to the flotation of sulfide minerals. International Journal of Mineral Processing 23: 123-135.

Harris PJ (1982) Frothing phenomena and froths. In: King RP (ed.) Principles of Flotation, pp. 237-250. Johannesburg: South African Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

Jiwu M, Longling Y and Kuoxiong S (1984) Novel frother collectors for flotation of sulfide minerals-CEED. In: Jones MJ and Oblatt R (eds) Reagents in the Minerals Industry, pp. 287-290. London: Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

Leja J and Schulman JH (1954) Flotation theory: molecular interactions between frothers and collectors at solid-liquid interfaces. Transactions of the American Institute ofMining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers 199: 221-228.

Leja J (1989) Interactions of surfactants. Mineral Processing and Extraction Metallurgy Review 5: 1-22.

Lekki J and Laskowski JS (1971) On the dynamic effect of frother-collector joint action in flotation. Transactions of the Institute of Mining and Metallurgy 80: C174-C180.

Lekki J and Laskowski JS (1975) Anew concept of frothing in Sotation systems and general classiRcation of Sotation frothers. In: Proceedings of the XI International Minerals Processing Congress, Universita de Calgari, Cal-gari, pp. 427-448.

Manev E and Pugh RJ (1993) Frother/collector interactions in thin froth Rlms and Sotation. Colloids and Surfaces 70: 289-295.

Mingione PA (1984) Use of dialkyl and diaryl dithiophos-phate promoters as mineral Sotation agents. In: Jones MJ and Oblatt R (eds) Reagents in the Minerals Industry, pp. 19-24. London: Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

Mitrofanov SI, Kuz'kin AS and Filimonov VN (1985) Theoretical and practical aspects of using combinations of collectors and frothing agents for sulphide Sotation. 15e Congres International de Mineralurgie, vol. 2, pp. 65-73. St. Ettienne: Societe de l'Industrie Minerale et du Bureau de Recherches Geologiques et Mineres.

Orel MA, Chibisov VM and Lapatukhin IV (1986) Use of mixtures of butyl xanthate and hydrolyzed ployacrylam-ide when Soating gold-containing ore. Soviet Journal of Non-ferrous Metals 27: 97-98.

Plaskin IN and Zaitseva SP (1960) Effect of the combined action of certain collectors on their distribution between galena particles in a Sotation pulp. (Min-tek translation no. 1295, June 1988.) Naachnye Soob-shcheniya Institut Gonnogo dela Imeni AA Skochin-skogo, Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Moskva, Report no. 6, pp. 15-20.

Plaskin IN, Glembotskii VA and Okolovich AM (1954) Investigations of the possible intensiRcation of the Sota-tion process using combinations of collectors. (Mintek translation Feb. 1989.) Naachnye Soobshcheniya Institut Gonnogo dela Imeni AA Skochinskogo, Akademiya Nauk SSSR, Report no. 1, pp. 213-224.

Valdiviezo E and Oliveria JF (1993) Synergism in aqueous solutions of surfactant mixtures and its effect on the hyrophobicity of mineral surfaces. Mineral Engineering 6: 655-661.

Van Lierde A and Lesoille M (1991) Compared effectiveness of xanthate and mercaptobenzothiazole as gold and arsenopyrite collectors. In: Proceedings of the XVII International Minerals Processing Congress, Dresden, vol. IV, pp. 111-119.

Wakamatsu T and Numata Y (1979) Fundamental study on the flotation of minerals using two kinds of collectors. In: Somasundaran P (ed.) Fine Particle Processing, American Institute of Mining, Metallurgical and Petroleum Engineers, New York, pp. 787-801.

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