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Graph analytical calculations of the process of conversion of potassium chloride and ammonium sulfate

, : Graph analytical calculations of the process of conversion of potassium chloride and ammonium sulfate. Soviet Chemical Industry 19(9): 57-62

The production of a chlorine-free complex fertilizer, potassium-ammonium sulfate having a composition K2-x(NH4)x SO4 (x ~ 33.3), by processing phosphogypsum is discussed.

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