2024
DOI: 10.7769/gesec.v15i5.3684
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Performance of residual potato starch as depressant in the direct anionic flotation of phosphate ore

Amanda Aparecida Carneiro,
Adriele Mércia Alves Santos,
João Victor da Silva Alves
et al.

Abstract: The search for environmentally friendly reagents with high efficiency, high selectivity, and low cost has intensified in the mining sector in recent years. The use of depressants from alternative and renewable sources is an option to be considered. Thus, the purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of residual potato starch pulp (RPSP) generated by the food industry as a depressant in phosphate ore flotation by comparing its performance with that of commercial, waxy corn starch (CWCS), rich in amylopectin… Show more

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