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and the west coast of the North Island of New Zealand.The magnetite, eroded from rocks, is carried to the beach by rivers and concentrated by wave action and currents. Huge deposits have been found in banded iron formations. These sedimentary rocks have been used to infer changes in the oxygen content of the atmosphere of the Earth. Remote sensing has the potential to be a big part in locating magnetite sands as even small amounts of magnetite in sand can drastically alter the sands albedo which is the amount of electromagnetic radiationthe sand will reflect. The darker magnetite will lower the sands albedo compared to sands that do not contain magnetite. Large deposits of magnetite are also found in the Atacama region of Chile; the Valentines region of Uruguay; Kiruna, Sweden; the Pi...

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Biomagnetism is usually related to the presence of biogenic crystals of magnetite, which occur widely in organisms. These organisms range from bacteria to animals, including humans, where magnetite crystals are found in different organs, depending on the species. Biomagnetites account for the effects of weak magnetic fields on biological systems. There is also a chemical basis for cellular sensitivity to electric and magnetic fields . Pure magnetite particles are biomineralized in magnetosomes, which are produced by several species of magnetotactic bacteria. Magnetosomes consist of long chains of oriented magnetite particle that are used by bacteria for navigation. After the death of these bacteria, the magnetite particles in magnetosomes may be preserved in sediments as magnetofossils. Some types of anaerobic bacteriathat are not magnetotactic can also create magnetite in oxygen free...

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Due to its high iron content, magnetite has long been a major iron ore. It is reduced in blast furnaces to pig iron or sponge iron for conversion to steel.

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Lowenstam, Heinz A.; Weiner, Stephen . On Biomineralization. USA: Oxford University Press. ISBN 0 19 504977 2

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Mineral galleriesBio magneticsMagnetite mining in New ZealandAccessed 25 Mar 09

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it is quite brittle, and, on being crushed, forms a fine powder which has a tendency to stick to the magnetite grains and so find its way into the concentrate. This tendency is less marked when the concentration is carried out in water, and may be quite thoroughly overcome by the use of a spray of wash water while the magnetite is held by the magnets. In dry concentration the use of a blast of air d... magnetic impurities in the sands and the unreliability of the deposits due to their mode of formation have probably been the chief causes of failure.

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With ores which require fine comminution for the liberation of the magnetite the concentrate produced is usually briquetted, as fine concentrate is not acceptable at the furnaces. While the mill at Edison, N. J., was in operation the ore was crushed to pass 1/16 in. x ½ in. openings, and the concentrate briquetted. In Sweden the briquetting of concentrate is usual. In Sweden the plants installed by The Grondal Kjellin Co. have been very successful. The fine concentrate is pressed into briquettes without the use of binding material, the moisture in the concentrate being regulated to obtain briquettes sufficiently firm to be removed from the press and loaded onto the cars used in the furnace. These cars are made of a frame covered with fire brick and have a tongue cast in the frame at the front end and a groove at the rear end, and along the sides are fitted with a flange which dips into a groove filled with sand in the furnace, a string of these cars thus forming an air tight platfor...

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Certain ores of zinc and lead, corundum, etc., carry magnetite where this mineral is regarded as an objectionable impurity and from which it is eliminated by magnetic separation. At Santa Olalla, Huelva, Spain, the Sociedad Minas de Cala is operating a magnetic separating plant on magnetite ores carrying chalcopyrite, and also experimenting on a mixture carrying the same minerals with hematite and silica. The ore is reduced by jaw crusher to 3 to 5 cm. and delivered by bucket elevator to hopper bins having capacity for 10 hours run. From these bins the ore is fed to a Smidt ball mill by an Eriksson automatic feeder, and reduced to pass 1 mm. This pulp is sent by launder to an Eriksson magnetic separator. The results of the separation follow: The reseparation of the magnetite concentrates is made to remove the copper with its combined sulphur; what disposal is made of this iron copper sulphur product could not be learned. At the Ryllshytans Zinc Mines, Sweden, a Grondal Type I separ...

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