Corrosion resistance of granular refractories in melts of glasses E and C
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The effect of glass melts E and C used for fiber glass production on refractories with a granular structure is investigated. It is established that refractory KhS-MVU is resistant to glasses of both types.
KeywordsZircon Granular Structure Chromic Oxide Chromium Oxide Mullite Crystal
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