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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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FLSmidth created its flotation process line from the considerable experience and deep process knowledge of two world leaders, DorrOliver EIMCO and WEMCO, to produce the most advanced technology for mining flotation.
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When flotation was used as a pre-concentration before magnetic separation, the optimal field intensity was 1000 Gauss because the particle size was a maximum of 74 micron.
The -75 [micro]m particle samples were used for flotation experiments, and -19 [micro]m particle samples were used for adsorption tests and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) tests, respectively.
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Release analysis was performed on -0.250 mm sample in Denver flotation cell.
The theory of operation is based on flotation fundamentals.
Since that time cyanides have been used extensively as pyrite (Fe[S.sub.2]) depressant in sulfide mineral flotation. Pyrite can easily float to the concentrate and deteriorate its grade and cause several problems in the subsequent downstream processes.
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