Among the factors that cause the loss of iron minerals in the reverse flotation process are the failure of the depressant reagent (starch) and the presence of fine hematite particles and different morphologies. Understanding what happens in the process can show us ways to improve it. In addition, changes in the starch structure may contribute to better depression of hematite and, consequently, result in metallurgical recovery gains.
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