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Mineral Processing (MN PR)

MN PR 401 Mineral Process Engineering (3) Unit operations for processing particulate materials: comminution, screening, classification, slurry pumping, thickening, filtration, etc.; application to mineral processing plant design.
Effective: Spring 2001
Prerequisite: MN PR 301, MATH 250 orMATH 251  

MN PR 413 Mineral Processing Laboratory (1) A laboratory study of the chemical and physical principles involved in practical mineral processing operations.
Effective: Spring 1999
Prerequisite: or concurrent:MN PR 301  

MN PR 425 Interfacial Phenomena and Flotation (3) Surface and interfacial phenomena related to flotation agglomeration, flocculation, and dispersion of particles. Application to mineral separation and related processes.
Effective: Fall 2009
Prerequisite: EME 301;MATH 250 orMATH 251;MN PR 301  

MN PR 426 (MATSE 426) Aqueous Processing (3) A study of the chemical and engineering principles pertinent to metal processing in aqueous systems: hydrometallurgical extraction, plating, materials preparation.
Effective: Fall 2009
Prerequisite: EME 301 orMATSE 401  

MN PR 496 Independent Studies (1-18) Creative projects, including research and design, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 497 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively narrow subject which may be topical or of special interest.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 505 Physical Separations in Mineral Processing (3) Intensive study of theory and applications of gravity, magnetic, electrostatic, centrifugal, and other methods of mineral processing.
Effective: Spring 1999
Prerequisite: MN PR 401  

MN PR 507 (MATSE 560) Hydrometallurgical Processing (3) Fundamental physico-chemical factors underlying the aqueous extraction and recovery of metals and nonmetals from ores, minerals, and scrap metal.
Effective: Spring 2003
Prerequisite: MATSE 426  

MN PR 590 Colloquium (1-3) Continuing seminars which consist of a series of individual lectures by faculty, students, or outside speakers.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 596 Individual Studies (1-9) Creative projects, including nonthesis research, which are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 597 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently; several different topics may be taught in one year or term.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 598 Special Topics (1-9) Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently; several different topics may be taught in one year or semester.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 600 Thesis Research (1-15) No description.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 601 Ph.D. Dissertation Full-Time (0) No description.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 602 Supervised Experience in College Teaching (1-3 per semester/maximum of 6) Supervised experience in development of instructional materials, organizing and conducting lectures and laboratories and evaluating students in undergraduate level courses (1-499).
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 610 Thesis Research Off Campus (1-15) No description.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

MN PR 611 Ph.D. Dissertation Part-Time (0) No description.
Effective: Spring 1999
 

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