Caracterización del drenaje ácido en la mineria de esmeralda Quípama-Boyacá

Characterization of acid drainage in the minerals of esmeralda Quipama–Boyacá

  • Nayive Nieves Pimiento
  • Alix Solano Figueroa
Palabras clave: Acid drained, in situ, sulfate, unloading (en_US)
Palabras clave: drenaje ácido, in situ, sulfuros, descarga (es_ES)

Resumen (es_ES)

Los drenajes ácidos son derivados de la formación del proceso de algunos sulfuros minerales al contacto del oxígeno del aire y el agua, esta formación involucra procesos químicos, biológicos y fenómenos físico-químicos. Con el objetivo de caracterizar el drenaje acido en la minería esmeraldífera en el municipio de Quipama-Boyacá, se ha propuesto el estudio y análisis de los parámetros físico-químicos de aguas subterráneas para la mina Divino Niño. Para la determinación de las características del drenaje acido, se llevaron a cabo tomas in situ en el interior de la mina y las descargas. Los resultados obtenidos determinaron que; las aguas de los drenajes al interior de la mina presentaron transformaciones físicas, químicas y biológicas las cuales dieron origen a drenaje ligeramente acido de clase blanda, presentando aniones y cationes en disolución, se mostraron elevadas concentraciones de SO4, Fe, Al, Ca. Este fue un primer estudio desarrollado al interior de la mina de esmeralda Divino Niño en el municipio de Quipama.

Resumen (en_US)

Acid drainage is derived from the process formation of some minerals Sulphur’s to oxygen contact with water and air, that formation involved chemistry processes, biologic and phenomenon’s Chemistry – Physicist. With the objective to characterization the acid drained in to emeralds miners in the municipality of Boyacá – Quipama, there has been proposed the study and analysis of the parameters chemist – physicist of underground waters for the mine “Divino niño”. Taking into account the determination of the characteristics of the acid drainage, captures were carried out in situ inside the mine and downloads. The obtained results determined that water of the drainages to the interior of the mine presented physical, chemical and biological transformations which gave origin to drainage lightly acid of soft class, presenting anions and cations in issolution, there appeared high concentrations of SO4, Faith, To, Ca. This one, was the First study developed to the interior of the mine of emerald Divine Child in Quipama's municipality.

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Cómo citar
Nieves Pimiento, N., & Solano Figueroa, A. (2017). Caracterización del drenaje ácido en la mineria de esmeralda Quípama-Boyacá. Visión electrónica, 11(2), 318-325. https://doi.org/10.14483/22484728.13136
julio-diciembre de 2017
Publicado: 2017-12-17
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