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Phosphatic clay bibliography, 1973-1981

Patricia W. Boody

Phosphatic clay bibliography, 1973-1981

by Patricia W. Boody

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Published by Florida Institute of Phosphate Research in Bartow, Fla. (P.O. Box 877, Bartow 33830) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Phosphates -- Bibliography.,
  • Phosphate industry -- Waste disposal -- Bibliography.,
  • Clay wastes -- Bibliography.,
  • Clay -- Bibliography.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by Patricia W. Boody and Henry L. Barwood.
    ContributionsBarwood, Henry L.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsZ6033.P55 B66 1982, TN913 B66 1982
    The Physical Object
    Pagination83 p. ;
    Number of Pages83
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3001929M
    LC Control Number84620857

    Landscape Diversity: Multiple-Use Landscapes for Reclaimed Phosphatic Clay Areas Sand-Clay Mix in Phosphate Mine Reclamation: Characteristics and Land Use Vegetable Seed Bed Preparation on Phosphatic Clays. We report phosphate beneficiation in Florida generates more than one tonne of phosphatic clay, or slime, per tonne of phosphate rock produced. Since the start of the practice of large-scale washing and desliming for phosphate beneficiation, more than 2 Gt of slime has accumulated, containing approximately Mt of phosphate rock, kt of.

      The objective of the current research was to characterize suspended clay-algal interactions and in situ particle size in a laboratory application of the phosphatic clay IMC-P ( µm mean equivalent spherical diameter, ESD) to a simulated Heterocapsa triquetra ( µm mean ESD) bloom. Flow speed was adjusted to provide 2 contrasting regimes. Synergism in polyethylene oxide dewatering of phosphatic clay waste. Washington: U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Bureau of Mines, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Annie G Smelley; Bernard J Scheiner; United States. Bureau of Mines.

    @article{osti_, title = {Water recovery and disposal of clay waste slimes}, author = {Scheiner, B J and Smelley, A G}, abstractNote = {As a part of research conducted in its mission to effect pollution abatement, the Bureau of Mines, U.S. Department of the Interior, is developing a dewatering technique that allows for disposal of mineral wastes, for reuse of water now lost with these. A Novel Technique for Water Recovery and Land Reclamation Using Phosphatic Clay and Sand Tailings Book PDF Available. (Ph.D. geology)--Florida State University, Bibliography.


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Phosphatic clay bibliography, [Patricia W Boody] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Patricia W Boody. The Bureau of Mines reviewed literature published January, through April, with some additional references after April, FIPR staff examined the literature from April, through October, for this update.

In a few subjects, literature relevant to phosphatic clay research which predates both bibliographies has been included. Phosphatic Clay Bibliography [Patrick Zhang, Gary R. Albarelli] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : Patrick Zhang, Gary R.

Albarelli. Phosphatic Clay Bibliography, Posted December 1st, by Aaron Medley & filed under Mineral Processing.

Patricia W. Boody and Henry L. Barwood, Florida Institute of Phosphate Research. April Phosphatic Clay Workshop. Posted December 1st, by Aaron Medley & filed under Mineral Processing.

Status of Phosphatic Clay Waste Disposal by J. William Yon Florida Geological Survey Tallahassee, Florida 3 OW l, ql J e~ OPEN FILE REPORT 14 STATUS OF PHOSPHATIC CLAY WASTE DISPOSAL By J.

William Yon Florida Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Geology November, duction on phosphatic clay Phosphatic clay bibliography in Florida 38 18 Soybean Phosphatic clay bibliography received by Florida farmers and costs of production on phosphatic clay lands in Florida.

39 19 Monthly prices for alfalfa hay, F.O.B. Tampa, 41 ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This research was partially funded by the Florida Institute of Phosphate. A number of currently employed mathematical formulations used in modeling onedimensional quiescent consolidation of phosphatic waste clay ponds are reviewed.

It is shown theoretically, as well as t. The Interaction Between a Proton and the Atomic Network in Amorphous Silica Glass Made a Highly Sensitive Trace Moisture Sensor (Pages: ). Analyses of water samples collected from December through March in eight Florida Counties indicated that 22 samples (19 percent) had radium activites equal to or in excess of 3.

The specific surface area, pore volume and average pore diameter were also measured. The leaching test results showed that the phosphate in the phosphatic clay was easily dissolved to aqueous phase, enabling the phosphate clay to be used as a source material for.

In the first series of trials, groups of 21 day-old White Leghorn chicks were given to appetite for 28 days a maize and soya bean type basal ration without supplement (group 1) or with the following: group 2, per cent. phosphatic clay, group 3, per cent.

bonemeal, group 4, per cent. bonemeal and per cent. nicotinic acid and group 5, per cent, bonemeal added to a basal. Subsidence of suspensions of phosphatic slime and its major constituents. Int. Miner. Process., 4: The dewatering of stable phosphatic clay suspensions resulting from the processing of phosphate rock is a problem of much practical and theoretical significance.

ABSTRACT: Twenty-five domestic clays and Loess clay from South Korea were tested for their ability to flocculate and remove cells of Gymnodinium breve (the Florida red-tide organism) and Aureococcus anophagefferens (the New York brown-tide organism).

Twelve clay samples, consisting mostly of montmorillonite, bentonite and Florida phosphatic clay displayed removal efficiencies. Heavy metals produced and released during agricultural and industrial activities may pose a serious threat to the environment.

This study investigated the effectiveness of phosphatic clay, a by‐product of the phosphate mining industry, for immobilizing heavy metals (Pb +2, Cd +2, and Zn +2) from aqueous solutions.A batch equilibrium technique was adopted to evaluate metal sorption in the.

This volume in the "Advances in Electrochemical Sciences and Engineering" series focuses on problem-solving, illustrating how to translate basic science into engineering solutions.

The book's concept is to bring together engineering solutions across the range of nano-bio-photo-micro applications, with each chapter co-authored by an academic and an industrial expert whose collaboration led to. It is beyond the scope of this book to examine these non-carbonate grains in detail, but a few of the more important types — clastic terrigenous grains, glauconite “pellets”, and ferruginous and phosphatic ooids —will be discussed briefly.

Phosphatic clay, a waste by-product of the phosphate mining industry, used as an effective sorbent for Pb from aqueous effluents.

The major parameters controlling aqueous Pb removal, viz. initial metal ion concentrations, solution pH, sorbent amounts, ionic strength and presence of both inorganic and organic ligands were evaluated using batch. (2) A detrital illite and smectite suite deposited in phosphatic lithofacies is distinguishable from the clay mineralogy of muddy (distal) terrigenous and biogenic-dominated lithofacies only because illite is more highly crystalline.

(3) Lithofacies characterized by authigenic dolomite contain a clay-mineral suite with palygorskite and sepiolite. The Ypresian phosphatic series of the Gafsa-Metlaoui basin, southwestern Tunisia, is represented by an alternation of phosphatic levels and interbedded facies, which are composed of marly clay and silica-rich rocks.

The present work aimed to clarify the genesis of palygorskite and sepiolite of the interbedded facies and to understand the depositional environment of the phosphatic series. Phosphate mining in Florida produces phosphatic clay and quartz‐sand tailings waste products. Presently there are about 41 ha of phosphatic clay (slime ponds) in.

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Phosphatic clay slurries from different mines and of different solids content were used in this study. A typical size distribution of these clays is given in Table lants evaluated included anionic flocculants based on polyacrylamide chemistry such as Percol from Allied Colloids, NalcoArrmaz E and G.Export citation Recommend this book.

Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection. Clays in the Minerals Processing Value Chain. State-of-the-art of Phosphatic Clay Dewatering Technology and Disposal Techniques 1.