Data are provided for laboratory studies of the resistance of aluminosilicate refractories to the action of commercial electrolyte. It is established that refractory ShPDM-45, prepared using a mullite-corundum chamotte, is most resistant to electrolyte action. Results are provided for studies in the change of mineral composition and phase transformations in aluminosilicate refractories during reaction with commercial electrolyte. It is shown that long-prismatic titanium-containing mullite is more resistant to the action of the fluoride ion than short-prismatic material.
Refractories and Industrial Ceramics – Springer Journals
Published: Mar 26, 2007
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