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Separation Technologies for Minerals, Coal, and Earth Resources is an authoritative digest of the latest developments in the mineral processing industry.The book is a compilation of 78 state-of-the-art papers presented by leading scientists and engineers at the first-of- its-kind international symposium.Dozens of authors share their insights on how practitioners can develop earth resources more economically while simultaneously addressing vital factors ranging from sustainability to environmental stewardship.The 756-page book examines coal processing, surface forces and hydrophobicity, process improvements and environmental controls, dewatering and drying, gravity separations, industrial minerals flotation, base metal flotation, flotation equipment and practice, process reagents, magnetic and electrostatic separations, modeling and process control, and resource engineering.Important current issues such as gas hydrates, oil sands, secondary materials, metals and waste, and process waters are also discussed.Dedicated to industry giant Dr. Roe-Hoan Yoon, this book includes five leading-edge papers co-authored by the legendary scientist and founder of the Center for Advanced Separation Technologies at Virginia Tech.Separation Technologies for Minerals, Coal, and Earth Resources belongs on the bookshelves and e-readers of all mining professionals involved in process engineering, especially those working with minerals and coal.
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