Wholesale Sodium Isobutyl Xanthate China Supplier

Active component: ≥90%
Moisture&Volatile: ≤4.0%
Free Alkali: ≤0.2%
Payment Terms: TT , LC , Others
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Sodium Isobutyl Xanthate   SIBX 

    MF                                       C5H9NaOS2

Physical characteristics 

    Slight yellow or grey yellow free flowing Powder soluble in water

Specification 

Items

Grade

Items

Grade

Apperance

Slight yellow or yellow

apperance

Slight yellow or yellow

Active component

≥90%

Active component

≥85%

Free Alkali

≤0.2%

Free Alkali

≤0.5%

Moisture&Volatile

≤4.0%

Moisture&Volatile

≤8.0%

Solubility

Soluble in water

 with no impurity

Solubility

Soluble in water

 with no impurity


Application 

Sodium isobutyl xanthate is a powerful chemcial reagent which is used as collector for flotation treatment of sulphide multimetallic ores, specially used in natural circuit for chalcopyrite and copper pyrite ores. It's also widely used in hydrometallurgical process and applicable as a vulcanization accelerator for rubber industry.

Package 

110kg or 160kg/iron drum;or 50kg net bag;or 850kg net plywood box(with 25kg or 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 influence of cyanide on pyrite flotation from gold leach residues with sodium isobutyl xanthate refer as: The effect of NaCN on the flotation of pyrite from gold leaching residue was studied by impedance method, linear voltammetry and flotation test. In the presence of NaCN, the mixed potential of pyrite electrode decreases. However, the decrease of mixed potential can not fully explain the inhibition of pyrite flotation, which is the result of cyanide affecting the surface electrochemical reaction. Highlights as below:

An effective process for producing xanthate with a substantial excess of CS2 was developed.

The kinetics of the process is controlled by product layer diffusion.

The thermal behavior of the process was monitored using a reaction calorimeter (RC1e).

A scaled-up pilot plant with a capacity of 4000 L was built.


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