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A new and efficient collector and promoter for flotation

1 Basic properties & distinctive advantages TC1000 mainly consists of N-allyl-O-alkyl thiocarbamate. It is a more effective collector than Z-200 and S-4037 (BK-301) for the flotation of base metal sulfide ores (Pb, Zn, Cu, Mo, Au, Ag, Pt and Pd). TC1000 has a very rational molecular structure, the positive coordinate bond intensity of which is moderate and the reverse coordinate bond is strong. Compared with Z-200, TC1000 has a larger molecular size and cross section. TC1000 is characterized by stronger collection power, better selectivity and less dosage attributed to dXY – TT* band in the...

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