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Mayskoye gold deposit is located in Chukotka, Russia. Ore bodies are mineralized brecciation zones composed of vein-quartz, argillic altered rocks (siltstone and carbonaceous silts) with fine disseminated and veinlet gold-bearing arsenopyrite and pyrite. Two main technological types of ores were distinguished at the deposit: primary and oxide. The main reserves were represented by primary ores, which are classified as refractory. Oxide ore had a quartz-micaceous composition with minor feldspars, kaolinite and sulfides. Beside native visible and colloidal gold, other main carriers of gold in oxide ore are arsenopyrite, pyrite, minerals of scorodite group and stibnite. Tested oxide ore sample showed low recoveries, according to the existing flow sheet in the CIL plant. Cyanidation tests showed some preg-robbing effect on organic matter. Flotation of carbonatious matter with consecutive leaching of flotation tails proved to have better recoveries than direct leaching by reducing preg-robbing on carbon three times.
- Comparative Gold Deportment Study on Direct Leaching and Hybrid Process Tails of Oxide Ores from Mayskoye Au Deposit (Chukotka, Russia)