Magnetic Separation

Chakravorty, N (1989) Magnetic Separation. In: Third Short Term Refresher Course on Classification and Concentration, Dec. 10th - 17th December, 1989, Institute for Miners and Metal Workers Education, Balaipanda, Puri.



Magnetic separation employs the difference in magn-etic properties of minerals to effect separation between them. The magnetic separation may be for removing ore particles which are magnetic or conversely to remove magnetic impurities from a product which is non-magnetic. Examples are Magnetite from Quartz or Magnetite and Wolf-ramite from Cassiterite.

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Uncontrolled Keywords:Quartz; magnetite; wolframite
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