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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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This test work better defines the potential processing options for the Preview project and indicates that gold recovery using gravity, flotation and concentrate leaching is possible.
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If the answers to the above questions are favourable, and market conditions and investor sentiment are also considered favourable, then undertaking a flotation may be appropriate.
The effect of particle size on clean coal yield and ash was investigated by performing flotation tests on the following size fractions; -0.
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All three geologic horizons give >95% - >99% C concentrates using only cell flotation and all three horizons have overall recoveries >90% for the -75 micron fraction.
Flotation therapy was developed from work by US physiologist and psychoanalyst John Lilly, whose research in the 1950s on sensory deprivation discovered that weightlessness and the exclusion of external stimuli for limited periods could lead to therapeutic relaxation.
Some authors have attempted to study the potential of froth flotation for upgrading oil shale to produce a concentrate of the organic matter.
Compared to the CIP process, flotation provides several distinct economical and environmental advantages.
Inappropriate flotation of the separator gel to the top of clinical laboratory specimens upon centrifugation has been observed in commonly used serum and plasma tubes.
Part of the Handbook of Environmental Engineering series focused on describing the science and practical application of pollution abatement technologies, this volume examines the topic of flotation systems.