Research of the Ore Dressability of the Khandiza Polymetallic Ore Deposit

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The article discusses the results of technological studies on the concentration of polymetallic ore of the Chinarsay deposit. The results of studies of the material composition and flotation concentration options for technological samples of ore from the Chinarsay deposit are presented. The results of studying the material composition of ore based on spectral, chemical and rational analysis are presented. It has been established that industrially valuable ore components are lead, zinc and copper, the contents of which are given. It was shown that ore minerals are in close intergrowth with non-metallic ones - quartz, sericite, chlorite, carbonate, etc. It is noted that the studies were carried out in two directions: collective flotation of all ore minerals with further selection of the collective concentrate into lead, zinc, copper and pyrite concentrates and direct collective selective flotation to produce sequentially lead-copper, zinc and pyrite concentrates. As a result of enrichment, lead, zinc and copper concentrates are selected that meet the production requirements.




Islamovna, A. S. … Bahtiyorovich, M. D. (2019). Research of the Ore Dressability of the Khandiza Polymetallic Ore Deposit. International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology, 9(2), 4789–4792.

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