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Ores are typically sorted to increase the efficiency of other refining processes, by reducing the amount of material to be processed while simultaneously increasing its purity.
Modern, automated sorting applies optical sensors (visible spectrum, near infrared, X-ray, ultraviolet), that can be coupled with conductivity and magnetic susceptibility sensors, to control the mechanical separation of ore into two or more categories.
Commonly sorted ores
Reasons for industrial sorting
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