A new approach on the evaluation of magnesium wastes in the magnesium borate synthesis using the novel method of ultrasonic irradiation

A new approach on the evaluation of magnesium wastes in the magnesium borate synthesis using the... Keywords Magnesium borate  Magnesium wastes  Ultrasonic irradiation Introduction Magnesium metal, which constitutes about 2 % of Earth’s crust is a silvery-white, fairly strong, light-weight material. Magnesium metal is generally used to strengthen the corrosion resistance and hardness of metals by forming alloys and compounds. For every industry, magnesium production has waste products called magnesium scraps and wastes. Several types of these wastes are explained detailed in the literature. Storage of wastes has hazardous effects to the environment and human health, and recycling metal wastes saves a higher percentage of energy consumption, but these wastes may be oxidized during the recycling process [1–4]. Magnesium borates are a sub-group of boron minerals, which have very important properties consisting of corrosion and heat resistance. With these properties they can be used in the areas of ceramic industry, detergent formulations, production of superconducting materials, friction-reducing additives, insulating coating compositions, and catalysts for the conversion of hydrocarbons [5–13]. In the literature several studies were conducted about the synthesis of different types of magnesium borates such as MgO3B O 3.5H O, 2MgOB O H O, Mg [B O 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 4 (OH) ]H O, and 2MgO3B O http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Research on Chemical Intermediates Springer Journals

A new approach on the evaluation of magnesium wastes in the magnesium borate synthesis using the novel method of ultrasonic irradiation

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Springer Journals
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Copyright © 2016 by Springer Science+Business Media Dordrecht
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Chemistry; Catalysis; Physical Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry
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0922-6168
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1568-5675
D.O.I.
10.1007/s11164-016-2488-9
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Keywords Magnesium borate  Magnesium wastes  Ultrasonic irradiation Introduction Magnesium metal, which constitutes about 2 % of Earth’s crust is a silvery-white, fairly strong, light-weight material. Magnesium metal is generally used to strengthen the corrosion resistance and hardness of metals by forming alloys and compounds. For every industry, magnesium production has waste products called magnesium scraps and wastes. Several types of these wastes are explained detailed in the literature. Storage of wastes has hazardous effects to the environment and human health, and recycling metal wastes saves a higher percentage of energy consumption, but these wastes may be oxidized during the recycling process [1–4]. Magnesium borates are a sub-group of boron minerals, which have very important properties consisting of corrosion and heat resistance. With these properties they can be used in the areas of ceramic industry, detergent formulations, production of superconducting materials, friction-reducing additives, insulating coating compositions, and catalysts for the conversion of hydrocarbons [5–13]. In the literature several studies were conducted about the synthesis of different types of magnesium borates such as MgO3B O 3.5H O, 2MgOB O H O, Mg [B O 2 3 2 2 3 2 2 2 4 (OH) ]H O, and 2MgO3B O

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Research on Chemical IntermediatesSpringer Journals

Published: Feb 29, 2016

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