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Chainlike Formation of Particle Deposits in Fluid-Particle Separation CHI TIEN 1, CHIU-SEN WANG 1, D. T. BAROT 1 1 Department of Chemical Engineering and Materials Science, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York 13210 See all Hide authors and
J.D. Miller, in Encyclopedia of Separation Science, 2000Introduction The essence of particle separation by flotation is the creation of a hydrophobic surface state, i.e. a surface that is not wetted by water, a particle surface at which bubble attachment will occur leading to flotation due to the buoyancy of the particle–bubble aggregate.