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Utilizing Metallurgical Wastes for the use of magnetic separation

Nisha Pandey


To enable a wider application of magnetic applications, concentration and purification parameters must be enhanced. The inventive fusion of electromagnetic gradients and multipurpose separations will establish new magnetic-based trends for large-scale downstream processing. More creative solutions are required for downstream processing to advance and resolve the problems facing bioprocessing today. Chromatography is the method that a conservative industry sector uses the most frequently. Chromatography provides a few benefits, but it is sometimes the most expensive stage in the manufacturing of pharmaceuticals. Utilizing the inherent magnetic characteristics of the minerals in feed, magnetic separations are advantageous. Economic ore ingredients, noneconomic pollutants, and gangue are distinguished from one another. Ilmenite and magnetite are valuable byproducts or impurities that can be extracted from their nonmagnetic host rock, or RFM. Beach sand beneficiation uses this procedure frequently. One of the th ee electrical properties will be present in all minerals. Over a flowing stream of feed that is preferably wet, the drum rotates uniformly. The magnets that are revolving gather up the magnetic and paramagnetic materials and pin them to the drum's exterior

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