BARYTE MINING IN TURKEY
WHAT IS SULPHATE
The sulfate ion, often known as sulfate, is a polyatomic anion having the empirical formula SO24. Salts, acid derivatives, and sulfate peroxides are often employed in industry. Sulfates are commonly found in everyday life. Sulfates are sulfuric acid salts, and many of them are made from that acid.
- Gypsum, the natural mineral form of hydrated calcium sulfate, is used to produce plaster. About 100 million tonnes per year are used by the construction industry.
- Copper sulfate, a common algaecide, the more stable form (CuSO4) is used for galvanic cells as electrolyte
- Iron(II) sulfate, a common form of iron in mineral supplements for humans, animals, and soil for plants
- Magnesium sulfate (commonly known as Epsom salts), used in therapeutic baths
- Lead(II) sulfate, produced on both plates during the discharge of a lead–acid battery
- Sodium laureth sulfate, or SLES, a common detergent in shampoo formulations
- Polyhalite, hydrated K2Ca2Mg-sulfate, used as fertiliser.
HOW BARYTE MINING WORKS
See what is the baryte mining process
The baryte group consists of baryte, celestine (strontium sulfate), anglesite (lead sulfate), and anhydrite (calcium sulfate). Baryte and celestine form a solid solution (Ba,Sr)SO4
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