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PROCESO PRODUCTIVO DEL COBRE Procesos productivos diferentes: Minerales sulfurados y minerales oxidados Minerales de cobre oxidados Lixiviación en pilas: Se forman pilas de lixiviación que son regadas con ácido sulfúrico y agua. Electroobtención: La solución de cobre es llevada a estanques donde hay celdas electrolíticas(ánodos y cátodos). Se obtienen cátodos con una pureza del 99.99% Minerales de cobre sulfurados Molienda: El objetivo es reducir la roca a 0.2mm. Se forma un fluido lechoso. Flotacion: Se introducen en receptáculos llamados celdas de flotación. Se obtiene cobre cuya pureza alcanza al 31%. Decantación de los concentrados, hornos que reducen la humedad a un 8%.
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  • Fall '17
  • Sólido, 0.2mm, 99.99%, Molienda, Ácido sulfúrico, Célula electrolítica

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