An investigation of the segregation process applied to Western Australian nickel laterites
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An investigation of the segregation process applied to Western Australian nickel laterites, with a particular focus on the relatively unique nontronite zone, was carried out. The main aim was to provide a better understanding of the process through study of its underlying fundamental aspects. The results revealed the key to achieving high recoveries is promoting segregation over the parallel in-situ reduction process, with the mineralogy of the ore playing a key role.
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