Quality Potassium Isoamyl Xanthate In Bulk

Free Alkali: ≤0.2%
Moisture&Volatile: ≤4.0%
Appearance: Yellow or grey white
Payment Terms: TT , LC , Others
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Potassium Isoamyl Xanthate   PIAX 

    MF                                        C6H11KOS2

Physical:

    Slight yellow or grey yellow free flowing Powder or pellet and soluble in water.

Specification 

Dry Pellet

Compound Pellet

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Grade

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Grade

Appearance

Yellow or grey white

Appearance

Yellow or grey white

Active Component

≥90%

Active Component

≥80%

Free Alkali

≤0.2%

Free Alkali

≤0.5%

Moisture&Volatile

≤4.0%

Moisture&Volatile

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Solubility

Soluble in water

With no impurity

Solubility

Soluble in water

With no impurity


Application 

Potassium isoamyl xanthate is a low cost but a high selective collector of available xanthates.It is most useful in the flotation of sulphide ore and multi-metallic ore for maximum selectivity.

Package 

120kg/iron drum;or 900kg net plywood box(with 50kg inner bag).

Storage 

Xanthate should be Kept stored in cool and dry environment. 

Notice 

Keep away from wet, fire and sunshine. To avoid decomposing, don’t be used in acid circumstance. When opening the bag, keep away from any warm object. Wear ocular and anti-toxin respirator to protect your skin, eye and nonnasality. In case of contact, wash immediately with plenty of water for at least 15 minutes.


The effect of sulfite interaction with galena on the mechanism of potassium isoamyl xanthate (KIAX) synthesized adsorption onto galena surfaces has been studied in situ using electrochemical potential; FTIR spectra and SEM have been used to identify the mechanism of interaction between sulfite and galena surfaces. Activated galena with copper sulfate (10−4 M) has been investigated at pH 9.12 and potassium isoamyl xanthate (3 × 10−3 M) concentration. Oxidised galena surfaces have relatively low concentration of adsorbed xanthate and high potential (E opt = −89 mV); adsorbed colloidal (Pb-IAX, 1,123.08 cm−1) is found even at high xanthate concentration, colloidal lead oxide/hydroxide particles have been imaged after 10−4M lead sulfate addition at pH 9.12. The behavior of this system is consistent with ion exchange between xanthate and hydroxide followed by oxidation to dixanthogen (X 2, 1,273.56 cm−1) and diffusion of this species across the surface.

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