Self-disintegrating ferrochrome aluminothermal slag – semifunctional technogenic raw material
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On the basis of studying the chemical and mineral compositions, microstructure and properties of self-disintegrating ferrochrome aluminothermal slag a fundamentally new highly effective waste-free technology has been developed for preparing fuzed alloyed spinel Mg(Al, Cr)2O4. The test slag exhibits binding properties. After spinel extraction its limestone-silicate-aluminate component may be used for producing more than ten forms of product: cement, pigments, building and other materials.
Keywordsferrochrome aluminothermal self-disintegrating slag spinel silicates
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