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100 1  Skuse, David R 
245 10 Speciality Chemicals in Mineral Processing 
250    1st ed 
264  1 Cambridge :|bRoyal Society of Chemistry,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (154 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    computer|bc|2rdamedia 
338    online resource|bcr|2rdacarrier 
490 1  ISSN 
505 0  Speciality Chemicals In Mineral Processing -- Contents -- 
       Dispersion and Flocculation -- The Role of Polymers in 
       Dispersion Stability -- Synthesis of New Polymeric 
       Surfactants and Dispersants Via Atom Transfer Radical 
       Polymerisation at Ambient Temperature -- Role of Colloidal
       Interactions in Determining Rheology -- New Polymeric 
       Dispersants for Very Fine Calcium Carbonate Slurries -- 
       AMP-95TM for Mineral Dispersion -- Pigment Dispersion 
       Technology for the Paper Industry -- Selective Processing 
       -- An AFM and XPS Investigation of the Selective 
       Flocculation of Kaolinite from a Mineral Mixture -- The 
       Nature of Adsorption Sites on Unrefined and Ball Milled 
       Kaolin. A Diffuse Reflectance lnfrared Fourier Transform 
       Spectroscopic Study -- Computer Simulation of Water 
       Molecules at Mineral Surfaces -- Modified Hydroxamate 
       Collectors for Kaolin Flotation -- Microbiological Control
       -- The Biocidal Products Directive and the Mineral 
       Processing Industry: Possible Issues and Implications -- 
       Microbiological Problems in Mineral Slurries - Control 
       Options in 2001 -- Modern Microbiological Problems and 
       Solutions for the Pigment Slurry Industry -- Subject Index
520    This book is an essential purchase for speciality chemical
       producers and users, particularly those in the paper, 
       plastic, polymer, paint, rubber, adhesive and ceramic 
       industries 
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