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Chromite Wikipedia

Chromite is found as orthocumulate lenses of chromitite in peridotite from the Earth's mantleIt also occurs in layered ultramafic intrusive rocks In addition, it is found in metamorphic rocks such as some serpentinites Ore deposits of chromite form as early magmatic differentiates It is commonly associated with olivine, magnetite, serpentine, and corundum

Category: Oxide minerals, Spinel group, Spinel structural

Chromite Ore at Best Price in India

Chromite is the most important ore of chromium from which it derives its name Chromium is an important metal and has a wide range of industrial uses Chromite forms in deep ultramafic magmas and is one of the first minerals to crystallize It is because of this fact that Chromite is found in some concentrated ore bodies

Chromite an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

Chromite mining in Turkey started in 1850; since then, Turkey has had an important role in the world chromite market Turkey produces chromite ore and ferrochrome It is estimated that Turkey has produced about 45 metric tons of chrome ore Chromite production is mainly exportoriented Turkey has one chrome and two ferrochrome chemical plants

Chromite (Cr2FeO4) | FeCr2O4 PubChem

Chromite ore processing residue (COPR) is a waste byproduct of chromate production that contains high levels of hexavalent chromium (Cr[VI]) Although the high temperature chromite process was banned in several countries, its legacy still exists at numerous contaminated sites

Chromium | Minerals Education Coalition

Chromium (Cr) is a hard, bluish metallic element The only ore of chromium is the mineral chromite and 99 percent of the world’s chromite is found in southern Africa and Zimbabwe Geologists estimate that there are about 11 billion tons of mineable chromite ore in the world, enough to supply the current demand for hundreds of years

Correlation between chromite composition and PGE

Detailed mineralogical investigations of chromite in the Lower and Critical Zones in the northwestern sector of the Bushveld Complex have revealed significant compositional variations with regard to modal proportions, hostrock lithology, and stratigraphic height Superimposed on these variations are longrange systematic trends in the composition of chromite in the massive layers

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SD EVALUATION OF CHROMFTE ORE AND THE

39 Iron oxide content in chromite rock 60 310 Calcium oxide content in chromite rock 61 311 Magnesium oxide content in chromite rock 62 312 Correlation coefficient between elemental oxides in rock chromite 63 313 Results of metal oxide contents in Gam mining area measured by volumetric and gravimetric analysis consecutively 64 314

Chromium | Minerals Education Coalition

Chromium (Cr) is a hard, bluish metallic element The only ore of chromium is the mineral chromite and 99 percent of the world’s chromite is found in southern Africa and Zimbabwe Geologists estimate that there are about 11 billion tons of mineable chromite ore in the world, enough to supply the current demand for hundreds of years

(PDF) A Comparative Study on PSD Models for Chromite Ores

Lasir Ore: This was a disseminated type (1st stage) of chromite ore The alteration products were serpentine as chlorite and serpentinized olivine The chromite crys Sieving tals were generally broken due to fragmentation effects +335 mm to obtain cataclastic texture

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Islamic Azad University Mineralogical and geochemical

chromite deposits) are one of the most important sources of ore deposits on Earth and have long been known with little deposits of Precambrian formations In contrast are the much small podiform chromite deposits that are spatially more widespread These Crrich

(PDF) A Comparative Study on PSD Models for Chromite Ores

par type of chromite ore comprised dominantly of ser pentinized olivine minerals, which show sieve texture The chromite grains in the nodular were fractured and

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FACTORS AFFECTING THE REDUCIBILITY OF SINTERED

composition of these pellets as well as the composition of two process pell et grades and five chromite lumpy ore samples are presented in Table 2 [48] The size of the pellets was 12 mm The ore was crushed to a size of 1025 mm The coke for the TG tests was crushed and screened to a size of 00740149 mm and the coke for the smelt

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v117n11a9 SEM image processing as an alternative method to

chromite reduction value for typical South African metallurgicalgrade chromite ore, which is calculated from (total Cr/3467 + total Fe/5585)/100 Although this value is indicated as a constant in Equation [1], it was actually calculated for each analysis to compensate for different chromite compositions ! ! ! ! !

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Web Eluie Bulk density of industrial minerals

obvious correlation between bulk density and rock chemistry, such as with relatively simple mineral assemblages such as some barite and chromite ores For example, assuming that a chromitite ore consists essentially of chromite with density of approximately 45

Chromiteen: A New 2D Oxide Magnetic Material from Natural Ore

Here, a simple scalable route for the synthesis of magnetic 2D material chromite (chromiteen) via sonication‐assisted liquid‐phase exfoliation is demonstrated The (111) plane of the exfoliated chromite is found to be the most stable which is confirmed by its common occurrence in exfoliation

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Coexistence of Cr and Alrich ophiolitic chromitites in a

the three chromite mining districts comprising the MayaríBaracoa ophiolitic belt It contains both Alrich (25 deposits) and Crrich (10 deposits) chromite ore These deposits were extensively exploited in the past (preamble, and during Second World War) when produced several thousands tons of ore, averaging 4045% Cr 2O 3 (Thayer, 1942

(PDF) DIRECT SINTERING OF CHROMITE ORE FINES FOR

Chromite ore is available in nature mainly in the form of Cr2O3FeO which contains 40 52% Cr2O3 and 15 20% FeO by weight Global annual output of chromite ore is approximately 20 Mt, which has

Improving the Quality of Ferruginous Chromite Concentrates

The low chromiumtoiron ratio of chromite ores is an important issue in some chromite deposits The value of the chromite ore is indeed dictated in the market by its iron, as well as its chromium content In the present study, a chromite concentrate was reprocessed by gravity (spiral concentrator) and magnetic separation to enhance the chromiumtoiron ratio

Chromite chemistry as an indicator of petrogenesis and

This study of the Ranomena chromite chemistry aims to better understand the petrogenesis and palaeotectonic environment of the complex The chromite from the Ranomena chromitite is unzoned/weakly zoned and has a Cr# (Cr/(Cr + Al)) of 059–069, a Mg# (Mg/(Fe + Mg)) of 037–044, and low Al 2 O 3 (15–23 wt %) suggesting derivation from a

An emplacement model for Esfandagheh and Faryab ultramafic

Most of the chromite deposits (70%) occur as discontinuous layers, the rest of it is found as lenticular chromite ore There is a positive correlation between the Cr and IPGE concentrations in these areas On the other hand, at Esfandagheh and Faryab, a concentration of IPGE of more than one hundred ppb indicates that this increase of (Ir

Improving the Quality of Ferruginous Chromite Concentrates

The low chromiumtoiron ratio of chromite ores is an important issue in some chromite deposits The value of the chromite ore is indeed dictated in the market by its iron, as well as its chromium content In the present study, a chromite concentrate was reprocessed by gravity (spiral concentrator) and magnetic separation to enhance the chromiumtoiron ratio

Water quality assessment and correlation study of physic

The Sukinda Chromite Valley of Odisha state is endowed with the highest reserve of chromite ore in India and produces 98% of the chromite ore of the country Cr (VI) is a highly toxic form of chromium metal being used in different industries like leather tanning, electroplating, dye and pigment Due to open cast mining process in Sukinda chromite valley, huge quantity of over

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FACTORS AFFECTING THE REDUCIBILITY OF SINTERED

composition of these pellets as well as the composition of two process pell et grades and five chromite lumpy ore samples are presented in Table 2 [48] The size of the pellets was 12 mm The ore was crushed to a size of 1025 mm The coke for the TG tests was crushed and screened to a size of 00740149 mm and the coke for the smelt

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Development of Chromite Sinter from UltraFine Chromite

that prereduction of chromite ore increases the productivity and decreases the electrical energy consumption, compared to the use of the unreduced material in the SAF However, the heating and prereduction of chromite ore fines, as found by the preceding investigators, is energy intensive, and needs some added operational measures Nandy et al

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Islamic Azad University Mineralogical and geochemical

chromite deposits) are one of the most important sources of ore deposits on Earth and have long been known with little deposits of Precambrian formations In contrast are the much small podiform chromite deposits that are spatially more widespread These Crrich lenses are irregularly shaped and form about 4% of

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Effect of Chrome Ore Quality on Ferrochrome Production

the MgO structural form in the chrome ore, chromite grain size, the extent of grains distribution in ore and the ore melting temperature Xiao and Hollapa indicated that solidstate reduction of chrome ore is of significance and this is a reaction between gas and porous solid [4]

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Web Eluie Bulk density of industrial minerals

obvious correlation between bulk density and rock chemistry, such as with relatively simple mineral assemblages such as some barite and chromite ores For example, assuming that a chromitite ore consists essentially of chromite with density of approximately 45 g/mL and pyroxene with density around 33 g/mL, it

FACTORS AFFECTING THE REDUCIBILITY OF SINTERED CHROMITE

Outokumpu has a lot of experience of the reduction behavior of the sintered pellets in industrialscale furnaces and also on the grounds of numerous laboratory and pilotscale investigations Sintered pellets have shown a superiority over lumpy ore and briquettes made of the same chromite grade

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Coexistence of Cr and Alrich ophiolitic chromitites in a

the three chromite mining districts comprising the MayaríBaracoa ophiolitic belt It contains both Alrich (25 deposits) and Crrich (10 deposits) chromite ore These deposits were extensively exploited in the past (preamble, and during Second World War) when produced several thousands tons of ore, averaging 4045% Cr 2O 3 (Thayer, 1942

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v117n1a11 Performance optimization of an industrial ball

chromite in the tailing, etc) of the beneficiation circuit The ROM ore properties (size distribution, grindability, liberation, physical properties, etc) vary significantly between the different ore layers (northern band and mid band) So it is necessary to revisit and optimize the existing grinding circuit based on the ore characteristics

Effects of chromite ore‐processing residue on concrete

In the 1960s, a number of industrial and commercial buildings in the Kearny, New Jersey, area were constructed on or adjacent to locally produced chromite ore‐processing residue (COPR) This residue, which has the properties of a sandy/silty soil, was used as a fill material to reclaim the indigenous swampy ground conditions, known locally as

Dielectric Properties of Silicothermic Reduction Chromite

The microwave absorption properties of chromite and the feasibility of microwave reduction chromite have been discussed The results show that as the density increases, the dielectric properties of materials increase The dielectric properties are the best (the value around 42) when the silica ratio is 05 Microwave penetration depth shows that chromite and the mixture

INDIAN MINES AND MINERAL WEALTH Geography

This region contains almost 100% of kyanite reserves, 93% of iron ore, 84% coal, and 70% of chromite of the country The Midland Belt: This belt sprawls over the states of Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, and Maharashtra This belt is rich in manganese are, bauxite, mica, copper, graphite, limestone, lignite, marble, and limestone

Evaluation of potential toxicity and bioavailability of

The present study evaluates the toxicity and bioavailability of Cr in sediments associated with chromite ore processing residue (COPR) Ten stations were sampled in the Hackensack River (NJ, USA) to represent a wide range of total Cr concentrations (199–3,970 mg/kg) with minimal interference from potentially toxic, cooccurring chemicals