Role Of Bacteria In Ore Dressing

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    no. urgoclean has no added silver and is not an antibacterial dressing but due to its strong absorption, urgoclean is able to trap bacteria from colonised wounds. however, in the case of an infected wound, an antibacterial dressing should be used.

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  • innovations: how hydrometallurgy and the sx/ew

    bacterial leaching, combined with sx/ew, offers a method of exploiting small ore bodies with a minimum of capital investment. most commercial operations leaching copper from ore dumps are located in the southern hemisphere in