Physicochemical possibilities are considered for entry of carbon into the structure of fuzed MgO during crystallization from a melt. It is established that fuzed periclase contains carbon, which during periclase grinding is concentrated at the surface of MgO crystals. With fine milling in a vibration mill carbon concentration is higher at the surface of MgO than with milling in a jet mill, and comprises 41.40 and 35.42 wt.% respectively. Melting MgO in an experimental electric arc furnace confirms the possibility of preparing periclase saturated with carbon.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Apr 22, 2015
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