column cells

col·umn cells

neurons in the gray matter of the spinal cord the axons of which are confined within the central nervous system.
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The systems will be installed on the feed lines to dense media cyclones, flotation cells, column cells and mixing tanks, as well as on the thickened tailings underflow lines in both the La Florida and Palau plants.
The remaining "Current" column cells hold the following formulas:
Most Brazilian phosphate producers have now turned to Cominco column cells for the recovery of ultra-fine apatite.
To find the final ranking of any element, add the votes in the upper right of the column cells to the votes of the lower left of the row cells.
Cominco column cells feature integrated automation with level controls, air sparging, and wash-water systems for the modern processing plant.
As Svedala comments, much has happened in the development of flotation technology over recent years with new technologies such as pneumatic cells and various types of column cells emerging.
Feed electrolyte grading approximately 45 g/l copper is first cleaned of residual organic in column cells and then by anthracite/garnet sand filters.
The sensor can be applied to conventional flotation cells in rougher, scavenger or cleaner circuits, or to column cells.
Feed solution to the electrowinning cells is cleaned of organic in column cells and a sand filter.
Bergh of the University of Santa Maria, Valparaiso, described work done on the many column cells now installed in plants in Chile.