Flotation Separation Using Microgas Dispersions
Date of Original Version
Microgas dispersions, agglomerations of micron-sized bubbles capable of being pumped, were studied for use in flotation operations. Methods for producing these dispersions and their use as a substitute for conventional flotation in the separation of an organic dye are described. Copyright © 1979 by Marcel Dekker, Inc.
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Separation Science and Technology
Shea, Paul T., and Stanley M. Barnett. "Flotation Separation Using Microgas Dispersions." Separation Science and Technology 14, 9 (1979): 757-767. doi: 10.1080/01496397908060237.