|Series||CANMET report -- 82-04|
|Contributions||Wasserlauf, M., Dutrizac, J.|
Figure 16 Effect of pulp temperature on thiosalts generation A Figure 17 Effect on pH on thiosalts generation during flotation under constant temperature and residence time A Figure 18 Effect of pH and temperature on thiosalts generation for residence time of 22 minutes A Figure 19 Effect of residence time on thiosalts generation A Li, M., Boucher, J.-F., Thiosalts treatment by bicarbonate addition – A laboratory-scale feasibility study. of thiosalts in base metal milling effluents have been examined in the past. Continuous bio-oxidation: An effective treatment for thiosalts elimination in mining effluents Conference Paper (PDF Available) May with Reads How we measure 'reads'. ABSTRACTThiosalts are generated as intermediate products in the oxidation of sulfide ores. Thiosalts have relatively low toxicity, however sulfate formed from the degradation of thiosalts, leads to pH depression in receiving water bodies creating toxic conditions for aquatic organisms. Therefore, proper management and treatment of mining effluent water containing thiosalts is : Bhagya M. K. Range, Kelly A. Hawboldt.
Because of seasonal and unpredictable performance of natural oxidation to breakdown thiosalts as well as the frothers and collectors in mill effluents, the use of other treatment processes such as biological (aerobic and anaerobic), chemical (destruction, oxidation), electrochemical (electrodialysis, electro-oxidation), reverse osmosis and Cited by: 5. M. Wasserlauf and J.E. Dutrizac, The chemistry, generation, and treatment of thiosalts in milling effluents — A non-critical summary of CANMET investigation , Division Report MRP/MSC (R), CANMET, Energy, Mines and Resouces Canada, Google ScholarCited by: treatment, where the quality of effluent comes within the norms of pollution control boards and other authorities. In this stage, it is equally important to reduce the effluent generation rather than treatment. Internal generation of effluents load is the characteristics of individual process . Pollution of groundwater due to. Research in Chemistry and Environment Available online at: Research Paper Physico-Chemical Parameters of Textile Dyeing Effluent and Its Impacts with Casestudy Gomathi Elango1, Rathika G2*and Santhini Elango3 1Department of Chemistry, Jansons Institute of Technology, Coimbatore , Tamilnadu, INDIAFile Size: KB.
The concentrations of thiocyanate in effluent can vary widely because of differences in treatment pond retention times. Concentrations of thiocyanate in effluents from gold ore concentrators have been reported to range from to mg/L (Lanno and Dixon, ).Spring runoff and accidental overflow from holding ponds could cause a pulse-exposure situation (Kevan and Dixon, ).Cited by: Water Pollution by thiosalts: characterization and remedy are now possible 02/05/ - Mining The effluents from the mining industry are ones of the major impacts that must be prevented and resolved to achieve a degree of activity compatible with the environment. Ghaly AE, Ananthashankar R, Alhattab M, Ramakrishnan VV () Production, Characterization and Treatment of Textile Effluents: A Critical Review. J Chem Eng Process Technol 5: doi: / 4 0 0/// 9 ,6/37 . Rayon, linen, ramie, hemp and lyocell could be dyed using both reactive dyes and direct dyes .Cited by: Abstr acetic acetyl active acyl addition aldehyde alkyl Amer amino acid anion aqueous aromatic atom benzenethiolate Biochem Biochemistry biological carbon carbonyl catalyst cell centre Chem Chemistry Chim chloride cleavage coenzyme complex compounds concentration cyclic cysteamine cysteine derivatives desulphurization disulphide dithiol.