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Flotation (rotation) cost

The costs associated with creating capital through the issue of new stocks or bonds, including the compensation earned by the investment banker plus legal, accounting and printing expenses.

flotation

the process by which a new company or an established PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY becomes a PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY and issues SHARES to the general public. By going public a company is able to raise large amounts of capital by issuing a PROSPECTUS inviting shareholders to subscribe for shares. See SHARE ISSUE.

flotation

the issue of shares in a newly established or existing private company whereby the company goes ‘public’ and obtains a listing of its shares on the STOCK EXCHANGE. See SHARE ISSUE.
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The following sections of the report review the global and the Chinese market of the flotation cell by analyzing the production value of the flotation cell industry, cost and profit of the industry in the review period, global and Chinese market comparison, and import and export of the flotation cell in the Chinese market.
This will be very attractive for mineral processing plant customers who rely on forced-air flotation systems.
Nearly 600million shares in a 60% stake of Royal Mail went on sale at 330p each when the flotation began on October 11, valuing the business at PS3.
The fact that ultra pure >99% C concentrates can be produced solely by bulk mechanical cell flotation is exceptionally rare by world standards.
The brain produces slower waves patterns (theta waves) during flotation therapy, which are normally only experienced during deep meditation or just before falling asleep.
The flotation of El-Nakheil oil shale was investigated as a function of collector type, dosage and pulp pH.
I am extremely pleased with all of these flotation results.
The cost of the chemicals used in flotation is significantly less expensive which in turn can lower the cost of processing the mineral by up to 75% per ton.
The effect of different surface treatments on the recovery of PET, PVC, and PS by froth flotation was studied.
Gel flotation has been previously reported in clinical samples drawn in plasma and serum BD Vacutainer (Becton Dickinson and Company, Franklin Lakes, New Jersey) specimen tubes with gel separator.
If economic recovery continues, there are predictions that this year could see the flotation window re-open as companies look to fund growth by way of the capital markets.
epsilon]] is the average energy dissipation in the flotation cell.