Diaspore Orthorhombic system heat insulation Refractory Materials Iron and steel smelting
Product introduction Bauxite is aluminum oxide minerals, generally white, gray, colorless, containing impurities can be red, brown and other colors. It is glassy and hard. Aluminum is the third most abundant element in the earth's crust and one of the most commonly used metallic elements in civilized society. Because of its high corrosion resistance and good mechanical strength/mass ratio, aluminum alloy is widely used as the primary structural material for aircraft, buildings, machine parts, beverage cans and food packaging.
Diaspore is widely distributed in bauxite, laterite and some rocks. Boehmite can be used as a refractory and to refine aluminum. An oxide mineral of aluminum. White or pale gray, hard, glassy. It is associated with corundum in corundum sand and widely distributed in laterite, bauxite and aluminum clay. Boehmite and boehmite form a homomorphic duality (that is, the same chemical composition but different crystal structure). It does not contain hydroxide groups, but contains hydrogen cations that coordinate with oxygen atoms twice.
The latest progress of reverse flotation technology of bauxite ore in China, the most obvious progress is to deepen the understanding of the interaction between collectors or inhibitors and clay minerals and bauxite. This basic understanding has led to the design of new flotation clay collectors and selective inhibitors of diaspore. This reverse flotation technique involves the use of modified flocculants to improve the floatability of clay minerals and inhibit bauxite, and has been proved to be as effective as the direct flotation of bauxite. This reverse flotation technique can improve bauxite ores in China to an al/SI ratio of more than 10 and alumina recovery of more than 85%.