Mineralogía del proceso de biooxidación de pirita para la recuperación de oro

  • Juan David Ospina Correa Institución Universitaria Pascual Bravo
  • Erica Mejía Restrepo
  • Laura Osorno Bedoya
  • Jim Giraldo Builes
  • Marco Antonio Márquez Godoy
Palabras clave: Potencial redox, A. ferrooxidans, bioprocesos, SEM/EDS, FTIR

Resumen

Una muestra de concentrados de pirita, proveniente del sector minero de Marmato, Caldas (Colombia), con dos distribuciones de tamaño de partícula, pasante malla y Tyler 200 y 325, se sometió a un proceso de biooxidación....

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2012-10-26
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Ospina Correa, J. D., Mejía Restrepo, E., Osorno Bedoya, L., Giraldo Builes, J., & Márquez Godoy, M. A. (2012). Mineralogía del proceso de biooxidación de pirita para la recuperación de oro. Revista CINTEX, 17, 26-42. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.pascualbravo.edu.co/index.php/cintex/article/view/65
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