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Kinetic characteristics of phosphorus production from phosphorite pellets






Journal of Applied Chemistry of the USSR 63(11, I): 2283-2288

Kinetic characteristics of phosphorus production from phosphorite pellets

The production of phosphorus by carbon reduction from fluxed and unfluxed phosphorite pellets was studied at acidity ratios of 0.72, 0.85, 0.93, and 1.01. The dependence of the mass loss of the melt on temperature at these acidity ratios was determined. The temperature was increased from 300 to 1720, 1770, and 1820 degrees K at a rate of 10 degrees /min. When the specified temperature was reached, the melt was held at that temperature for 30 min.

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