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Contents

Pirogov, B.I. Technological mineralogy of useful minerals as a basis for assessment of their integrity........................................................

 

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Shchiptsov, V.V. Role of technological mineralogy in evaluation of the multi-purpose application of industrial minerals from the Republic of Karelia

 

16

Lygina, .Z. Integrated processing of nonmetallic useful minerals as the basis of innovation projects.................................................................

 

28

Melentyev, G.B. Basic research methods for and the results of integrated appraisal of natural and artificial useful mineral deposits...

 

35

Ozhogina, .G., Kuzmin, V.I., Rogozhin, .. Morphostructural studies as part of industrial evaluation of mineral products

 

58

Kotova, .B., Ponaryadov, .V. Contribution of nanosized technological mineralogy studies to the integrated development of mineral products: outlook for the future

 

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Ozhogin, D.., Ruzhitsky, V.V., Dubinchuk, V.. Potential of electron microscopy in technological evaluation of finely dispersed ores............................................................................................

 

69

Azarnova, L.. Some aspects of the technological mineralogy of skarn iron ore from the Yunyaginskoye deposit.....................................................................................

 

73

Levchenko, E.N, Maksimyuk, I. . Mineralogical and technological studies of Ni-Cu-Co ore from the Shanuch deposit, Kamchatka.

 

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Ilyasova, .., Aminev, R.H. Problems in mineralogical studies on correction of Cu-Zn and base metal ore flotation schemes..

 

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Levchenko, .L., Grigoryeva, .V. Appraisal of the technological properties of rare-metal placers by technological mineralogy methods based on examples of titanium-zirconium sand from the Semenovskaya prospecting and exploration area

 

 

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Voitekhovsky, Y.L. Modes of occurrence of platinoids in Karikjarvi Group intrusives, Kola Peninsula

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Morokhov, V.. Multi-factor evaluation of the technological properties of quartz as a raw material used for industrial purposes (fragment).

 

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Krylova, G.I. Problems in reliable identification of forms and quantities of impurity elements in natural quartz............................................................................................................................

 

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Danilevskaya, L.., Skamnitskaya, L.S. Microimpurities in quartz and their effect on the degree of purification during dressing.

 

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Anufrieva, S.I., Ozhogina, .G. Characteristics of the mineralogical and analytical study of natural types of shungite rocks..............................................................................

 

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Kevlich, V.I., Filippov, .. Higher anthraxolites of bithumolitic rocks from the Zazhogino deposit..............................................................................

 

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Lebedeva, G.., Ilyina, V.P., Skamnitskaya, L.S. Technological studies of alkaline syenites and dressing waste and their integrated use...................................................................................................................................................

 

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Khazov, R.. Kaivomyaki and Raivomyaki deposits of complex potential strontium-barium-bearing alkaline-feldspathic, rare-earth-titanite and apatite raw materials.

 

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Trofimova, F.., Lygina, .Z., Demidova, .I., Gubaidullina, .. Study of the formation of organomontmorillonitic complexes and  the possibility of producing organobenthonitic clays from low-grade benthonite.........................................................................................................................................................

 

 

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Permyakov, .N., Lygina, .Z., Kornilov, .V. Structural characteristics of clays.....

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Gubaidullina, .., Lygina,.Z., Vlasov, V.V., Halepp, L.V., Trofimova, F.. Study of the physico-chemical aspects of production of pigments from natural iron oxides

 

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Kotova, .B., Shushkov, D.. Timan analcime-bearing rocks as a potential source of aluminium raw material...

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Shadrunova I.V., Koptseva, N.V., Kolodezhnaya, .V., Efimova, Yu.Yu. The potential of a computer system for image analysis and methods for testing mechanical properties to assess the efficiency of reworking of ores and artificial raw materials..

 

 

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Shekov, V.., Ivanov, .., Myasnikova, .V. 3-D modelling of minerals in rocks and its application.

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549.08

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It is shown, that the technological mineralogy of minerals is necessary for considering(examining) as system of an estimation of their integrated approach: with development of scientific-theoretical principles of integrated approach of mineral raw material; revealing tipomorfic the attributes determining a nature and variability of technological properties of minerals in connection with their processing; with introduction of a complex of mineralogy-technological and physical and chemical methods of the analysis; revealing and creation of new kinds of mineral raw material with the account nanomineralogy and development of alternative technologies; mineralogy -geochemical studying of technogenic ore deposits with development of complex decisions on recycling waste products for reception of new kinds of mineral raw material.

 

549.470.22

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An attempt is made to classify the data obtained with an emphasis on the integrated use and structural classification of Karelian industrial minerals. Optimum parameters of ore dressing and enrichment of useful minerals are estimated with regard for the geological and mineralogical characteristics of deposits and the technological indices of Karelian industrial minerals. A series of studies has been carried out to evaluate promising industrial minerals occurring in the Karelian part of the Fennoscandian Shield (garnet and muscovitic ore, quartz, new types of feldspathic rocks, e.g. anorthosites, etc). As a result, technological solutions were presented on a new level on the basis of a block diagram proposed for the technological and mineralogical study and multi-purpose application of industrial minerals.

 

553.6

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The new conceptual approach to mineralogical and technological studying nonmetallic minerals which is provided is offered: 1) a high level of a technological estimation of ores at different stages of prospecting works (block A); 2) quality management of repartition of ores - formation of technological types of raw material with the set properties and improvement of processes of enrichment with the help of recognition of steady mineral associations - natural types on express to determined parameters (block B); 3) the directed change of technological properties of minerals, rocks and ores by development of rational circuits of extraction of useful components, their updating (block C).

The suggested strategy is connected to research of material structure, structural and textural features of raw material a complex of chemical and physical and chemical methods and assumes a scientific.

 

553.061

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Methods to evaluate natural and artificial mineral products for a variety of useful and limited components, including highly valuable and toxic microcomponents, are described. They are part of a multi-purpose resource-environmental mapping (MREM) procedure, an efficient tool for integrated evaluation of natural resources used for nature conservation and social-environmental rehabilitation of territories and for prophylaxis of human health.

 

549.08:622

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Techological estimation of mineral products provides determination of its morphostructurtal characteristics (mineral and granulometric omposition of ores and rocks, morphometry of minerals) that allows to predict behaviour of raw materials during the technological processes and quality of the obnained products.

 

549.67

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Perspectives of development of technological mineralogy in view of expansion of nanosize are discussed. Contemporary methods of nanosize minerals preparation and peculiarities of further nanotechnologies development are presented

 

553.086

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The application of electron microscopy methods for technological evaluation of finely dispersed ores is discussed. Examples from gold-sulphide and uranium deposits are presented

 

549:662

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Skarn magnetite ores have some specific features of chemical and mineralogical composition, which should be taken in account to obtain high-quality iron concentrate. These features have been studied on a technological sample of magnetite ore of Junjaginskoe skarn deposit (Polar Ural).

 

622.348

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Ni-Cu-Co () . - 0,05 . - , Ni-Cu-Co ().

 

Ni-Cu-Co sulfides in massive ores of deposit Shanuch (Kamchatka) form fine-grained joints with each other and with nonmetallic minerals. Sulphidic units are liberated completely only at crushing ore up to - 0,05 mm. Authors applied a complex of modern mineralogical-technological methods that has allowed to estimate probable benefication of Shanuch deposit tiny-grained ores.

 

622.348

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Based on the study of the mineralogical and technological characteristics of Cu-Zn ore from the Sibaiskoye deposit, Kamagan, and base-metal ore from the Rubtsovskoye deposit, optimum dressing flow charts are proposed.

 

553.068.5

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As a result of study of the material composition of two technological samples collected from Ti-Zr sands (Semenov subject) have been defined technological parameters which necessary for a prognosis of concentration of these sands. Such prognosis allowed to determine the utility of carrying out further geological investigations already in the stage of exploration and estimation.

 

553.491.8

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The PGE-bearing minerals from the Karikjavr intrusions are briefly described in the paper. They are characterized by the specific PGE spectrum and, therefore, are of big interest for the "Pechenganickel" Co.

 

553.62:622.357.6'15'23.02'364'7

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The article (paper) states the main factors which determine the level of knowledge about the resource base of high-siliceous, mostly quartz raw material in Russian Federation. Nowadays, regarding the more serious requirements of consuming industries to this material the level of knowledge is not sufficient. This article offers a detailed method for technological classification of quartz raw material at the level of quartz composition in a rock piece (concentrate) used in hydrothermal synthesis processes (from resource saving point of view).

 

549.514.51

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The critical review of numerous publications on definition of elements impurity (EI) contents in vein, pgmatite and quartzes from granitoid breeds is executed. Using the VNIISIMS extensive database the component substance and structural EI in quartzes of different genesis are defined. The reasons of the widespread mistakes at definition of EI by quantitative spectral analyses and due to insufficient clearing of quartz concentrates from minerals impurity are proved. It has been revealed that calculations of EPR spectroscopic parameters into weight values of EI are not reliable also. The conclusions on necessity of withdrawal methodical recommendations of 1991 on calculations of quantitative contents of structural EI according to EPR data and on necessity to develop new methodical recommendations on 10 versions of natural quartz are made.

 

549.514.51

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Generalized data on the modes of occurrence of microimpurities in quartz (mineral and fluid inclusions, film impurities) as various microinclusions and their possible effect on the dressability of quartz are presented.

 

549.08:622

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Rational complex of mineralogical investigations is defined for technological evaluation of natural types of schungite rocks.

 

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The mineralogical and technological study of bithumolitic rocks and anthraxolite from the Zazhogino deposit has shown that could classified as poorly differentiated pyronaphthoids. Considering their carbon and impurity content, molecular structure etc., they are regarded as primary raw materials that can be dressed to produce concentrates with a high percentage of carbon and a low ash content. The practical application of shungits in the light of modern technologies suggests that the concentrates can be used in the production technologies of new construction materials, special coatings, medical preparations and fullerenes.

 

553.492.4 + 622 17

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Alkaline syenites from the Yeletozero deposit and their dressing products, such as a magnetic fraction and slurry (-0.1 mm fraction), were studied for their integrated use The study has shown that syenite dressing waste can be used as a ceramic mass filler in the production of flooring slabs (magnetic fraction filler) and facing slabs (slurry filler). The compositions of ornamental glass materials, based on alkaline syenite and slurry, were developed. Addition of a magnetic fraction accelerates the volumetric crystallization of petrurgical melts, which is particularly important for the production of small-sized molten stone.

 

553.613

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The Kaivomyaki and Raivomyaki complex potential strontium-barium-bearing alkaline-feldspathic, rare-earth-titanitie and apatite deposits. They represent types of mineral products unknown in Russia and other countries. Considering the probable volume of ore reserves, their novelty and expected high profitability, the deposits are unique. They are located in the western Lake Ladoga area, Russian Karelia. Ores in the deposits are formed by alkaline-potassic-series rocks known as ladogalites and toensbergites. Preliminary technological studies have shown that Sr-Ba-bearing  alkaline-feldspathic, apatitic, rare-earth-titanitic, mica (phlogopitic-biotitic) and amphibole-clinopyroxenitic concentrates could be produced. The deposits are suitable for open-pit mining.

 

553.611

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In organic montmorillonite complexes (OMC) new structural characteristics, physical and chemical properties are opening. OMC combine affirmative characteristics of the clay minerals and organic compounds.

In this article we show that the process of the OMC formation includs several stages: inorganic cations substitution with the destruction of the initial hydration ionic interlayers and organic cations absorption; polymeric associates formation on the silicate layer basal surface; formation of the new particles-crystallites, in which connecting-link serve organic associates.

We explore the OMC microparticles-crystallites structure by the method of electronic microdiffraction. The method of x-ray structure analysis shows structural changes, which come out of modification clays by organic compounds. Thermal methods show the decreasing of the organic bentonites sorption on the water accordingly the increasing of their hydrophobic properties. This article shows the possibility of organic bentonites producing from the interior quality clays, which structure also consist of alkali-earth exchange cations. This is realized by moving up them into the active Na-form with the next saturation by organic high-molecular compounds with the length of hydrocarbon chain more than ten.

 

549.623

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The structural hydration condition of montmorillonite component and condensational coagulation transition, occurring in it as a result of technological redistribution, were studied by following methods: nuclear γ-resonance, nuclear magnetic resonance, x-rays phase analysis and by isotherms of desorption. Basing on received data the methods of determination the optimal moisture of clay press-powders were obtained. The results of researches can be also used at development of bore solution and organophillic bentonites technologies.

 

553.08

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At step by step (up to 900º) heating marsh iron ores are investigated phase and structural transformations of the main mineral components. The optimal complex including the following kinds of researches has been determined: differential thermal, X-ray, thermomagnetic analyses, γ-spectroscopy and the laser diffraction analysis. Each of the allocated types of ores is characterized by a specific course of processes structural and phase transformations. In an interval of temperatures 100-900 as a result of thermal influence occur complex phase and structural transfomations of stable and labile oxyhydroxides of iron in steady oxidic forms; thus the specified transformations are characterized by strictly individual specificity depending on features of the allocated technological types. Thus, creation of pigments with the set physical-mechanical characteristics is connected to studying processes phase and structural transfomations of initial and resulting products.

 

549.67 (470.13)

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Possibility of the application of analcime-bearing rocks developed in the Middle Timan region (the Veslyana group occurrences, Komi Republic) as potential source of aluminum raw is shown. The experiment results of acid treatment of analcime and analcime-bearing rocks are stated. Specific features of the mineral composition of analcime-bearing rock are discussed.

 

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To assess the selective slag crushing potential of blast-furnace, open-hearth and converter production of MMK Joint-Stock Company and to understand the reason for the selective pattern of crushing, the impact strength and microhardness of metallic inclusions and basic oxides of steel-making slag were measured, and a relationship between the morphometric parameters of slag constituents was studied in detail. The data obtained on the structural variation pattern of ore particles and their geometric parameters upon open-cycle crushing in centrifugal-impact equipment, studied using the SIAMS-600 industrial image analysis system, are presented.

 

553.085+553.086

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The goal of the paper is to discuss correlation of the microstructural properties of rocks with their macrostructural parameters. Attention is focused on 3-D simulation of minerals in rocks, determination of their spatial orientations by various methods and their correlation with the orientation of mcrofractures in the units studied.

 

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