Development of LIBS module for dolomite concentration evaluation in phosphates
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Development of LIBS module for dolomite concentration evaluation in phosphates final report by Michael Gaft

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Published by Florida Institute of Phosphate Research in Bartow, Fla. (1855 W. Main St., Bartow 33830) .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Phosphate industry -- Florida -- Automation,
  • Laser spectroscopy,
  • Dolomite,
  • Phosphate rock -- Testing

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Edition Notes

Other titlesDevelopment of Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy module for dolomite concentration evaluation in phosphates
StatementMichael Gaft, principal investigator, with Mordechai Brestel, Irit Sapir-Sofer, and Haim Modiano ; [prepared by] ITL Inc. ; prepared for Florida Institute of Phosphate Research.
ContributionsFlorida Institute of Phosphate Research.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQE471.15.P48 G34 2005
The Physical Object
Paginationvii, 21 p. :
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23912317M
LC Control Number2009376341

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«Back. LIBS Module for Dolomite Content Evaluation on a Conveyor. Final. In an earlier project, LDS proved the feasibility of laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) technology for real-time online evaluation of dolomite content in phosphate rock on a moving belt conveyor and developed a prototype module for dolomite concentration evaluation in phosphates. 'Evaluation of Dolomite Phosphate Rock-N-Viro Soil Mixtures for Growth of a Horticultural Crop in an Acidic Sandy Soil', Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis, , -   Dolomite - Science topic. I usually face the problem to distinguish between the dolomite and ankerite during the evaluation on powder XRD. Both of these minerals are found within the carbonate. Introduction. Phosphate rock is mined all over the world with the largest reserves of high purity originating in Morocco. 1 The mined and crushed rock is reacted with sulfuric acid followed by a solvent extraction of the phosphoric acid and release into an aqueous phase. The acid is dearsenified and deflourinated, resulting in food‐grade phosphoric acid (purified wet acid or PWA).Cited by:

Notes. Dolomite as a ceramic material is a uniform calcium magnesium carbonate. In ceramic glazes it is used as a source of magnesia and calcia. Other than talc, dolomite is the principle source of MgO in high temperature raw glazes. 'Dolomite matte' stoneware glazes, for example, are highly prized for their pleasant 'silky' surface texture. Dolomite by itself is refractory, but when combined. removing the majority of the fine dolomite during the first stage, quartz and some portion of coarse dolomite during the second and the remaining coarse dolomite during the third stage. Feed a Condit/ooing (pH = ) Reagent (In sequence) TIme. min. Deq 2 EO. sulfonate 1 Oleic acid 2 Minerai oil 1 Flotation Stage I Float 1 (dolomite). Dolomite CaMg(CO3)2 c Mineral Data Publishing, version 1 Crystal Data: Hexagonal. Point Group: 3. Crystals typically combinations of {} and {}, tabular on {}, many minor forms, may exhibit curved faces, to 20 cm; saddle-shaped aggregates, columnar, stalactitic, granular, Size: 64KB. The present study of dolomite can be viewed as an extension of our high-temperature work on calcite and {04v86/$ 79s magnesite. Our interest in understanding the high-tem-perature behavior of dolomite is quite varied. Dolomite, Iike calcite, can be described as a corner-linked structure of filled octahedra and nearly planar CO.

Evaluation of commonly used methods for the analysis of acid-soluble phosphate in internationally traded inorganic fertilizers. Hall WL, Siegel S. Several methodologies are used throughout the world to determine phosphate concentration (measured as PO4 and expressed as % P2O5) in by: 1. Dolomite is a completely natural calcium magnesium carbonate that occurs as a rock deposit. Used in farming/orchard situations where both magnesium and lime are needed, dolomite can be an excellent alternative to applying these nutrients separately, saving both time and money. 1. Introduction. Phosphate ore production and utilization play an important role in the economic development of China. In this context, the Chine phosphate ore industry is currently focused on recovery of phosphate from low-grade ores, such as siliceous–calcareous ores are low grade in nature, containing 15–18% P 2 O 5, 4–7% MgO and 25–35% SiO by:   Dolomite rock formations underlie large areas of the Gauteng, North, North-West and Mpumalanga Provinces in South Africa. Sinkholes, subsidences and dolines that may form at any place and at any time on these formations pose a threat to the properties and lives of thousands of people who live and work there. Since much urban, industrial and mining development has taken place in these Cited by: 6.