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添加剂对铝酸钠溶液碳酸化分解产物粒度和强度的影响
王志1; 毕诗文2; 杨毅宏2
2004
Source Publication金属学报
ISSN0412-1961
Volume40Issue:9Pages:1005
AbstractThe problems related to the product strength and fine particle content are the main tasks to be solved in sandy alumina production. Carbonization product, AI(OH)(3), was investigated through the application of additives to sodium aluminate liquors. A systematic study was made of the effects and mechanism of surfactants on product median diameter and attrition index quantitatively. It has been determined that some appropriate additive at certain concentration can significantly decrease the fine particle content, enhance the agglomeration process, and improve the product strength. For instance, additive CF2 at 200 mL/L increases the mean particle size by about 12 mum, decreases the content of particles with less 45 mum by 17% and the attrition index by 10% respectively. The crystal morphology indicates that the additives can accelerate the aggregation and inter-growth of crystal units, as a result, the product Al(OH)(3) presents a mosaic crystal structure close to global shape.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/31302
Collection中国科学院过程工程研究所
Affiliation1.中国科学院过程工程研究所
2.东北大学
First Author Affilication中国科学院过程工程研究所
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王志,毕诗文,杨毅宏. 添加剂对铝酸钠溶液碳酸化分解产物粒度和强度的影响[J]. 金属学报,2004,40(9):1005.
APA 王志,毕诗文,&杨毅宏.(2004).添加剂对铝酸钠溶液碳酸化分解产物粒度和强度的影响.金属学报,40(9),1005.
MLA 王志,et al."添加剂对铝酸钠溶液碳酸化分解产物粒度和强度的影响".金属学报 40.9(2004):1005.
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