mineral dressing


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mineral dressing

[′min·rəl ¦dres·iŋ]
(metallurgy)
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(1.) American Cyanamid Company (1976) "Mining Chemicals Handbook" Mineral Dressing Notes No.
According to the definition of mineral texture given by Ramdohr (1980) in relation to mineral dressing, the main textural features that should be quantified are grain size and intergrowth relationships, including the number and nature of boundaries and the type of intergrowth between ore and gangue minerals.
It has tremendous applications in the field of mineralogy, economic geology, rock magnetism, mineral dressing and metallurgy.