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flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn),
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.

flo·ta·tion

(flō-tā'shŭn)
A process for separating solids by their tendency to float upon or sink into a liquid.
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Global and Chinese Flotation Cell Industry, 2010-2020 Market Research Report provides a detailed explanation of the vivid market scenarios, strengthening the decision making machinery associated with the industry at different levels.
FLSmidth has been field-testing the new nextSTEP rotor/stator at several installations including the previously announced FLSmidth 600-series Supercell flotation site in Nevada, currently the largest operating flotation cell in the world.
Business Secretary Vince Cable, who will also face the committee next week, dismissed the increase in the share price following flotation as "froth and speculation".
Following bench-scale testing Archer moved to important bulk flotation testing during July 2013 on larger ore samples.
Flotation sessions generally last around 50 minutes.
Oil shale flotation would make use of the difference in wettability between the organic matter and hydrophilic inorganic minerals.
The gold flotation recovery, at 90 per cent, is higher than assumed
Flotation does not use any dangerous chemicals, CIP however, uses cyanide to leach the gold.
Froth flotation methods have been applied aiming at the separation of PET from PVC.
Gel flotation has been demonstrated to be linked to the relative density of the clinical specimen rather than to the relative viscosity of the specimen.
The spa owner, Nick Janicki, said, 'While our customers flock to us for Flotation REST, we wanted to offer them an even greater range of services.
He said: "With stock market recovery, flotation is again on the agenda for suitable businesses.