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DISTRIBUTION OF ARSENIC COMPOUNDS DURING THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION OF MIXED SULFIDE ORES
Alternative TitleScand. J. Metall.
Li, H. J.; Huang, G. S.; Xu, Z. H.
1991
Source PublicationScandinavian Journal of Metallurgy
Issue2Pages:168-172
AbstractThis paper considers the behavior of arsenic compounds during the pyrometallurgical processing of blended sulfide ores. The possibility of retaining arsenic in the slag phase has been examined by a thermodynamic study of the Fe-As-S-O system. The free energy minimization technique has been used to study the effects of process parameters such as temperature, slag basicity, oxygen-enrichment in the gas phase, etc., on the distribution of arsenic among gas, slag, and metal phases.
KeywordArsenic Pyrometallurgy Thermodynamics Computer System Copper
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/7949
Collection研究所(批量导入)
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Li, H. J.,Huang, G. S.,Xu, Z. H.. DISTRIBUTION OF ARSENIC COMPOUNDS DURING THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION OF MIXED SULFIDE ORES[J]. Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy,1991(2):168-172.
APA Li, H. J.,Huang, G. S.,&Xu, Z. H..(1991).DISTRIBUTION OF ARSENIC COMPOUNDS DURING THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION OF MIXED SULFIDE ORES.Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy(2),168-172.
MLA Li, H. J.,et al."DISTRIBUTION OF ARSENIC COMPOUNDS DURING THE HIGH-TEMPERATURE OXIDATION OF MIXED SULFIDE ORES".Scandinavian Journal of Metallurgy .2(1991):168-172.
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