PAX

(redirected from Potassium Amyl Xanthate)
AcronymDefinition
PAXPassengers
PAXPersonnel
PAXPixel Addressing Extensions
PAXParallel Architecture Extended
PAXPathway Data Exchange
PAXPaired Box Gene
PAXPaxon (Network)
PAXPatuxent River Naval Air Station (Maryland)
PAXPrivate Automatic Exchange
PAXPenny-Arcade Exposition (video game convention)
PAXPortable Archive Exchange
PAXPer Annum Exclusive
PAXPotassium Amyl Xanthate
PAXProgramming, Administration and Execution System (US Army)
PAXPoly Aluminium Chloride
PAXPicatinny Arsenal Explosive
PAXProfiling Agent for Exchange
PAXPassenger Assistance Required (VRE)
PAXPer Annum Exchange
PAXProfessional Autocrossers
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The most satisfactory reagent combination used for lead flotation was found to be 70 g/t potassium ethyl xanthate, 300 g/t sodium silicate, 150 g/t sodium cyanide, 30 g/t of polyglycol and similarly for zinc flotation was 80 g/t potassium amyl xanthate, 400 g/t copper sulphate, 300 g/t sodium silicate, 40g/t of polyglycol at rougher flotation stage.
The reagent suite is standard potassium amyl xanthate (200 g/t) collector and methyl isobutyl carbonyl (MIBC) frother (80 g/t).