Graphite flotation in the presence of sodium acetate
Graphite was subjected to flotation in the presence of increasing concentration of sodium acetate. A comparison of graphite flotation with the surface tension, both as a function of the sodium acetate concentration in the aqueous solution, revealed a similar pattern of both relations. It seems to confirm one of the theories of salt flotation claiming that for hydrophobic materials the change of flotation recovery with the salt concentration is mostly determined by the surface tension of the aqueous solution. It was found that graphite recovery increases when the surface tension of the solution and decreases as the surface tension decreases. At a low salt concentration this rule is not obeyed due to, very likely, the socalled Jones-Rey effect.
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The objective of this study was to find out whether the quality of compost would change during the process of composting carrier bags claimed by manufacturers as compostable or biodegradable in terms of parameters stipulated in the standard ČSN 46 5735 Industrial composts. Eight samples were subjected to the composting process in laboratory conditions. The compost samples were analyzed in the accredited laboratory. All samples met parameters stipulated for Class II. Seven samples of the eight met parameters stipulated in the standard ČSN 46 5735 for Class I. The samples had no influence on compost characteristics: strength, content of water and salt, pH value, content of nutrients or proportion of organic substances; other components of the compost remained unchanged. Optical changes of the compost did not occur either.
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