lixiviation

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lixiviation

 [lik-siv″e-a´shun]
separation of soluble from insoluble material by use of an appropriate solvent, and drawing off the solution.

lixiviation

/lix·iv·i·a·tion/ (lik-siv″e-a´shun) separation of soluble from insoluble material by use of an appropriate solvent, and drawing off the solution.

lixiviation

See leaching.

lixiviation

separation of soluble from insoluble material by use of an appropriate solvent, and drawing off the solution.
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This illustrates the key fact that only reserves accessible to the lixiviate can be mined in an ISL operation.
As the lixiviate moves through the aquifer contacting the ore, the oxygen reacts and oxidises the uranium to the +6 valence state.
In each mine unit, more lixiviate will be produced than injected.
Each facility can process 189 litres/s of lixiviate.
This mutagenicity is associated with the large amount of organic compounds found at this site that include the lixiviates from the old landfill of the city of Cali.