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thermodynamicsstudyonthedecompositionofchromitewithkoh
Z Sun; S L Zheng; Y Zhang
2007
Source Publicationactametallurgicasinicaenglishletters
ISSN1006-7191
Volume020Issue:003Pages:187
AbstractInstitute of Process Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, has proposed a method for oxidative leaching of chromite with potassium hydroxide. Understanding the mechanism of chromite decomposition, especially in the potassium hydroxide fusion, is important for the optimization of the operating parameters of the oxidative leaching process. A traditional thermodynamic method is proposed and the thermal decomposition and the reaction decomposition during the oxidative leaching of chromite with KOH and oxygen is discussed, which suggests that chromite is mainly destroyed by reactions with KOH and oxygen. Meanwhile, equilibrium of the main reactions of the above process was calculated at different temperatures and oxygen partial pressures. The stable zones of productions, namely, K2CrO4 and Fe2O3, increase with the decrease of temperature, which indicates that higher temperature is not beneficial to thermodynamic reactions. In addition, a comparison of the general alkali methods is carried out, and it is concluded that the KOH leaching process is thermodynamically superior to the conventional chromate production process.
Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/31880
Collection中国科学院过程工程研究所
Affiliation中国科学院过程工程研究所
First Author Affilication中国科学院过程工程研究所
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Z Sun,S L Zheng,Y Zhang. thermodynamicsstudyonthedecompositionofchromitewithkoh[J]. actametallurgicasinicaenglishletters,2007,020(003):187.
APA Z Sun,S L Zheng,&Y Zhang.(2007).thermodynamicsstudyonthedecompositionofchromitewithkoh.actametallurgicasinicaenglishletters,020(003),187.
MLA Z Sun,et al."thermodynamicsstudyonthedecompositionofchromitewithkoh".actametallurgicasinicaenglishletters 020.003(2007):187.
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