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Calculation of certain parameters of decomposition of native phosphates by sulfuric acid



Calculation of certain parameters of decomposition of native phosphates by sulfuric acid



Journal of Applied Chemistry of the USSR 58(9, Pt 2): 1929-1931



The sulfuric acid ratio for production of wet-process phosphoric acid must allow for its consumption by calcium and other elements forming insoluble phosphates, and for maintaining the optimal sulfate concentration (1.5-2.5% SO3) in the liquid phase of the suspensions.

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