Analysis of ore processing products

 

Analysis of ore processing products

Mining and treatment of ores requires elemental composition determination of ore, host fake, products of refining and treatment. Useful and harmful components shall be controlled. Deposits volume is estimated.
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Ore composition should be controlled usually while mining, as well as results of enrichment (concentrates) and mine refuse. Not only useful components are of interest, harmful additives should be controlled to prevent their negative influence while using the products in industry.
So the problem of elemental composition determination in ore and final products requires determination of a great number of elements within wide concentration range from n*0,01% до n*10%.

X-ray fluorescence analysis provides element determination in the range from Na (Sodium) to U (Uranium) in powder sample material without complicated sample preparation, therefore it is an ideal method for analysis of ores and products of their processing.

Sample preparation includes sample material grinding to the particle size of 50 micron with further pressing into pellets. Prepared samples are placed in a spectrometer, and analyzed. Element content is calculated with preliminary obtained calibration curves

X-ray fluorescence analysis is successfully applied in analysis of iron ore, concentrates, agglomerates and  pellets; copper ore, zinc-copper ore, zinc ore as well as products of their conversion, titanium ore, chromium ore, bauxites, ferromanganese nodules, etc.
In all cases XRFA provides fast and accurate analysis.
SPECTROSCAN МАКС-G

Wavelength dispersive X-ray fluorescent WDXRF scanning spectrometer for determination of chemical elements in the range from Ca (Calcium) to U (Uranium) in various compounds.

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SPECTROSCAN МАКС-GF1(2)E

:SPECTROSCAN МАКС-GF1(2)E" is a modification of WDXRF  "SPECTROSCAN МАКС-G" spectrometer with one or two additional EDXRF channels.

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SPECTROSCAN МАКС-GVM

"SPECTROSCAN MAKC-GVM" WDXRF spectrometer determines elements from Na (Sodium) to U (Uranium) in solids, liquids or powders, in solutions and thin films, deposits on filters. 

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