Effect of Degree of Oxidation and Element Form in Vanadium Slag on Its Treatment Production Capacity
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The behavior of vanadium in an existing production chain (with the study of conversion intermediate products) is studied using a set of modern analytical methods (X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, X-ray diffraction, scanning electron microscopy, X-ray fluorescence analysis). The possibility of using a set of contemporary methods to predict the degree of vanadium extraction is demonstrated.
Keywordsvanadium slag sludge vanadium pentoxide oxidation state phase composition processing technology
Work was carried out with financial support of the RFFI, project 18-29-24074-mk.
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