Sodium thioglycolate is mainly used as an inhibitor of copper molybdenum minerals and pyrite.
Sodium thioglycolate is an important flotation inhibitor. It is used as an inhibitor of copper minerals and pyrite in copper-molybdenum flotation, which has obvious inhibitory effect on copper, sulfur and other minerals, and can effectively improve the grade of molybdenum concentrate. As an effective inhibitor of a new sulfide ore, sodium thioglycate has been successfully used in the production of molybdenum beneficiation for many years, and has completely replaced the highly toxic inhibitor sodium cyanide.
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