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Dissolution of Calcareous Phosphate Rock from Gafsa ...

Zafar et al. [7] concluded that the change in the reaction rate constant of leaching of calcareous phosphate rock in dilute phosphoric acid can be attributed to the porous matrix of the rock particles. However, no experimental phosphate was given. Blazy and Jdid [12] noted ...

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Improving the availability of phosphorus from rock ...

Keywords: Rock phosphate, calcareous soil, compost, sulfur and zeolite INTRODUCTION Rock phosphate contributes in producing of the world’s phosphate fertilizers and mostly contains some forms of the apatite mineral. However rock phosphate is a mined rock that contains clay and limestone as

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Dissolution of Calcareous Phosphate Rock from Gafsa ...

tion rate constant of leaching of calcareous phosphate rock in dilute phosphoric acid can be attributed to the po - rous matrix of the rock particles. However, no experi- mental phosphate was given. Blazy and Jdid [12] noted that the flash calcinations enable to removal of 57.5% of the total CO. 2, while the apatitic CO. 2. is less affected.

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Separation strategies for Jordanian phosphate rock with ...

Nov 01, 2010  Phosphate rock is a vital nonrenewable resource. Because of the increasing consumption of phosphate fertilizers and chemicals, the demand of phosphate ores increases sharply. Generally, the run-of-mine phosphate ores are low grade, and they should be processed or upgraded to match the market grade (around 30% P 2 O 5) (Abouzeid et al., 2009 ...

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Increased phosphorus availability to corn resulting from ...

Dec 01, 2020  The aim of this study was to investigate the chemical and biochemical responses of an acid Arenosol treated with phosphate rock (PR), calcareous rock (CR), and biochar (BC), and the implications for corn yield. A soil from Marracuene District, Mozambique was used, where corn was grown for 90 d with the soil treated with: no addition (control ...

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Selective leaching kinetics and upgrading of low-grade ...

Dec 30, 2005  Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock in succinic acid solution was investigated. Using a known particle size range of the sample, liquid/solid ratio and acid concentration, the influence of various reaction temperatures was studied in order to elucidate the kinetics of calcareous material in the rock.

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Comparing the phosphorus use efficiency of pre-treated ...

May 24, 2021  In calcareous soils, phosphorus (P) availability to plant is impaired due to the formation of insoluble complexes with calcium and magnesium. Therefore, this study was executed to compare the P use efficiency (PUE) of four different P sources [rock phosphate (RP), acidulated rock phosphate (ARP), single super phosphate (SSP) and di ammonium phosphate (DAP)] alone or pre-treated with

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Research on Enrichment of P2O5 from Low-Grade

Feb 03, 2019  There are three main types of phosphate rock in China, namely, magmatic phosphate rock, sedimentary phosphate rock, and sedimentary metamorphic phosphate rock, while 70% to 80% of which is sedimentary phosphate rock deposits. The composition of GL2-3# is typical of low-grade sedimentary dolomitic sedimentary phosphate rock containing rare earth.

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(PDF) Reagents used in the flotation of phosphate ores: A ...

Phosphate rock needs processing to reduce the content of gangue minerals such as silicates, carbonates, and clays to meet the requirements of the phosphate industry. ... sedimentary calcareous ...

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STRATIGRAPHIC SECTIONS OF THE PHOSPHORIA

Phosphate rock: medium coarse-grained, oolitic, soft, black, thin-bedded ... limestone, calcareous siltstone, and sandstone. The correlation of individual beds of the phos­ phatic shale members with those in adjacent parts of Idaho, Montana, and Utah will be considered more

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Comparing the phosphorus use efficiency of pre-treated ...

In calcareous soils, phosphorus (P) availability to plant is impaired due to the formation of insoluble complexes with calcium and magnesium. Therefore, this study was executed to compare the P use efficiency (PUE) of four different P sources [rock phosphate (RP), acidulated rock phosphate (ARP), single super phosphate (SSP) and di ammonium phosphate (DAP)] alone or pre-treated with organic ...

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(PDF) Dissolution of Calcareous Phosphate Rock from Gafsa ...

Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock in succinic acid solution was investigated. Using a known particle size range of the sample, liquid/solid ratio and acid concentration, the ...

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Effectiveness of partially acidulated phosphate rock as a ...

In a series of greenhouse experiments granulated phosphate fertilizers prepared by mixing triple superphosphate with phosphate rock and partially acidulated phosphate rock, ranging in their content of water souble P from 95 to 17 per cent of total P were applied to neutral and slightly alkaline (pH 6.9–7.8), sandy loam to clay soils ranging in calcium carbonate content from 2 to 35 percent ...

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Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock ...

Leaching of calcareous phosphate rock was examined in succinic acid (Ashraf et al., 2005), formic acid (Zafar et al., 2006), and lactic acid (Zafar and Asraf, 2007) solutions. Lee et al. (2006Lee ...

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A new route for the beneficiation of low grade calcareous ...

Good PC (1976) Beneficiation of Unweathered Indian Calcareous Phosphate Rock by Calcination and Hydration. US Bureau of Mines, Report No 8154, Washington DC, USA. 13. Hanna HS Somasundaran P (1976) In: MC Fuestenau (ed) Flotation of salt Type Minerals, pp 197–272. AM Gandin Memorial Volume, AIME, New York, USA. Google Scholar 14.

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Availability of phosphorus in a calcareous soil treated ...

A study was undertaken to isolate some fungi exhibiting phosphate-dissolution ability, and to test whether these fungi are capable of increasing the amount of available P in a calcareous soil treated with rock phosphate (RP) or with triple superphosphate (TSP) and its subsequent uptake by sorghum (Sorghum bicolor L. Moench).Penicillium sp. and twoAspergillus foetidus (Naka) isolates ...

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Classification of Sedimentary Rocks

Phosphorite: phosphate rock Rock Salt: massive halite or sylvite Rock Anhydrite: massive anhydrite Rock Gypsum: massive gypsum: Phosphatic Shale, Etc. Texture: Grain Size 1/256-2 mm. (part 1) ... Calcareous (rock, grade) Conglomerate: Calcareous Mixed (grade) Conglomerate: Iron Minerals

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(PDF) Effect of Hydrochloric Acid on Leaching Behavior of ...

PDF The bulk of the world's phosphate reserves is located in sedimentary horizons that contain appreciable amounts of carbonate. During beneficiation... Find, read and cite all the research ...

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(PDF) Reagents used in the flotation of phosphate ores: A ...

Phosphate rock needs processing to reduce the content of gangue minerals such as silicates, carbonates, and clays to meet the requirements of the phosphate industry. ... sedimentary calcareous ...

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Influences of phosphate addition on fungal weathering of ...

Feb 10, 2021  Apatite is the most abundant phosphate rock (>90%) on Earth (Li et al. 2017). P fertilizer, ... In calcareous soils, the process of acid excretion by fungi could result in the dissolution of carbonate, atmospheric CO 2 speciation, and the formation of calcium oxalate .

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Importance of phosphate pock application for sustaining ...

Jan 24, 2019  Phosphorus is one of the essential nutrients required for plant growth. Although it is moderately available in nature, it is a deficient nutrient in most soils especially calcareous soils. Phosphate rock (PR) is considered the cheapest P fertilizer. Phosphate rock sources may be of igneous or sedimentary origin. In Egypt, the natural phosphate rock is located in Sebaiya (Nile

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CN110394239A - A kind of method for floating of ...

The invention discloses a kind of method for floating of Sedimentary Calcareous phosphorite, and the method steps are as follows: taking Sedimentary Calcareous phosphorite raw ore to take phosphorus ore to enter in ball mill by crushing and screening to graininess, add tap water, phosphorus ore ore pulp is made;Regulator is added in ore pulp, stirs;Collecting agent, stirring is added ...

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(PDF) Effect of hydrochloric acid on leaching behavior of ...

A review of the beneficiation of calcareous phosphate ores using organic acid leaching. By Mehdi Irannajad. Phosphate Rock Treatment with Hydrochloric Acid for Increasing P 2 O 5 Content. By balaji sembu kuppusamy and Haider Al-Rubaye, Ph.D.

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[PDF] Selective leaching kinetics and upgrading of low ...

Abstract Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock in succinic acid solution was investigated. Using a known particle size range of the sample, liquid/solid ratio and acid concentration, the influence of various reaction temperatures was studied in order to elucidate the kinetics of calcareous material in the rock. The leaching rate increased with increasing temperature.

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Selective Leaching Kinetics of Calcareous Phosphate Rock ...

During the reaction between strong acid and phosphate rock, the acid may react with the main constituents of the phosphate rock such as tri-calcium phosphate. In the case of dilute phosphoric acid results show that it is a promising leaching agent for the removal of calcareous material in the rock.

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Effectiveness of partially acidulated phosphate rock as a ...

In a series of greenhouse experiments granulated phosphate fertilizers prepared by mixing triple superphosphate with phosphate rock and partially acidulated phosphate rock, ranging in their content of water souble P from 95 to 17 per cent of total P were applied to neutral and slightly alkaline (pH 6.9–7.8), sandy loam to clay soils ranging in calcium carbonate content from 2 to 35 percent ...

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SELECTIVE LEACHING OF LOW GRADE CALCAREOUS

work aimed to study the selective leaching of calcareous phosphate rock. Apatite reserves located in the North East of the country, Hazara Administrative Division of Pakistan, categorized, Kakul, Lagarban, Oatkanala, Batkanala, East and South phosphorites. The rock phosphate of all these areas is generally grey to dark grey, hard and compact.

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Increased phosphorus availability to corn resulting from ...

The aim of this study was to investigate the chemical and biochemical responses of an acid Arenosol treated with phosphate rock (PR), calcareous rock (CR), and biochar (BC), and the implications for corn yield. A soil from Marracuene District, Mozambique was used, where corn was grown for 90 d with the soil treated with: no addition (control ...

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SELECTIVE LEACHING OF LOW GRADE CALCAREOUS PHOSPHATE ROCK ...

Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock in succinic acid solution was investigated. Using a known particle size range of the sample, liquid/solid ratio and acid concentration, the ...

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Selective leaching of calcareous phosphate rock in formic ...

Leaching of calcareous phosphate rock was examined in succinic acid (Ashraf et al., 2005), formic acid (Zafar et al., 2006), and lactic acid (Zafar and Asraf, 2007) solutions. Lee et al. (2006Lee ...

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Effect of Hydrochloric Acid on Leaching Behavior of ...

calcareous materials from low grade phosphate rock rather than the dissolution of apatite. In this work, the suitability of dilute hydrochloric acid has been studied to leach out the calcareous and dolomitic gangue materials from the indigenous low grade phosphate rock. Chemistry of the Leaching Process

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(PDF) Effect of Hydrochloric Acid on Leaching Behavior of ...

PDF The bulk of the world's phosphate reserves is located in sedimentary horizons that contain appreciable amounts of carbonate. During beneficiation... Find, read and cite all the research ...

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[PDF] Selective leaching kinetics and upgrading of low ...

Abstract Selective leaching kinetics of calcareous phosphate rock in succinic acid solution was investigated. Using a known particle size range of the sample, liquid/solid ratio and acid concentration, the influence of various reaction temperatures was studied in order to elucidate the kinetics of calcareous material in the rock. The leaching rate increased with increasing temperature.

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Influences of phosphate addition on fungal weathering of ...

Feb 10, 2021  Apatite is the most abundant phosphate rock (>90%) on Earth (Li et al. 2017). P fertilizer, ... In calcareous soils, the process of acid excretion by fungi could result in the dissolution of carbonate, atmospheric CO 2 speciation, and the formation of calcium oxalate .

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Phosphate solubilization and promotion of maize growth by ...

Each isolate excreted a number of organic acids into, acidified, and solubilized phosphorus in a synthetic broth containing insoluble tricalcium phosphate or rock phosphate. Isolate P4, applied as a seed treatment, increased maize fresh mass per plant when rock phosphate was added to the calcareous soil in greenhouse pot studies.

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(PDF) EFFECTS OF PARTIAL ACIDULATED PHOSPHATE ROCK AND ...

A study was conducted to evaluate kinetics of phosphorus release from dissolution of phosphate rock (PR), partial acidulated phosphate rock (40%-PAPR) and tri super phosphate (TSP) in calcareous ...

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BIOSOLUBILIZATION OF PHOSPHATE ROCK BY Penicillium sp ...

An environmentally friendly and economically alternative to chemical processing of phosphate rock is the use of phosphate solubilizing microorganisms. In this research, a potential phosphate solubilizing fungi were successfully isolated from the surface of Cijulang phosphate rock and identified as close relative of Penicillium sp .

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Reverse flotation of sedimentary calcareous/dolomitic rock ...

Feb 01, 2000  The processing of sedimentary dolomitic/calcareous phosphate ore has numerous problems, including similar surface properties of the carbonate and phosphate. Two-stage reverse anionic flotation of carbonates (dolomite/calcite) has appeared to be a promising separation technique for the removal of carbonates from sedimentary rock phosphate.

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