Mexican Silver Ores: Their Mineralogical Occurence and Treatment
Mexican silver mining operations have existed prior to the sixteenth century. Recovery processes throughout the centuries were developed at the many mining localities and have progressed through smelting, the patio amalgamation process to cyanidation and flotation. A study of the present silver mining zones is reported in which the ores are evaluated in terms of the mineralogical constituents, their state in the matrix and the effects these are noted to impose upon the efficiency of recovery. Silver mineral identifications were by quantitative ore microscopic and scanning electron microscopic energy dispersive X-ray analysis.
F. L. Marley and R. D. Hagni, "Mexican Silver Ores: Their Mineralogical Occurence and Treatment," Proceedings of the Symposium on Process Mineralogy (1982, Dallas, TX), pp. 151-169, Metallurgical Society of AIME, Feb 1982.
Symposium on Process Mineralogy (1982: Feb., Dallas, TX)
Geosciences and Geological and Petroleum Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Crushing And Grinding; Microscopic Examination; Process Mineralogy Applications; Silver Mines And Mining; Silver Ore Treatment
International Standard Book Number (ISBN)
Article - Conference proceedings
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