Magnetite Black Oxide
Magnetite is used as a raw black pigment in ceramic glazes, as well as non-ceramic products like polishing compounds, cosmetics, medicines, fillers, construction materials, and inks. As the most magnetic mineral on Earth, magnetite is highly effective as a contrast agent in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). Also known as black iron oxide, magnetite is a reliable source of iron for ceramic applications
- Cost effective
- Provides ceramic glaze colouration after being fired at high temperatures
- Suitable for corrosion-resistant purposes and paints
- Suitable for coal washing due to high density and fine milling
- Able to be recovered by magnetic separation after coal washing
- Non-fouling; subsequent treatment stages are unaffected by trace deposits
- High purity; free of hematite, sulphides, etc.
Ferrous iron oxide magnetite (Fe304) is the concentrate of magnetite ore that contains 96% magnetics. Higher iron levels can be achieved through further magnetic separation and milling.
- Durable and stable
- Grain size ranges from coarse to ultra-fine
- Meets requirements of centrifuge-assisted dense medium separation and coal preparation
Magnetite is named for its strong magnetism. It is a lustrous, black mineral that occurs naturally in igneous and metamorphic crystals, masses, and as a loose sand. The magnetism is generated by the spinel arrangement with transference of electrons between the two different ions.
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