Various Ways of Characterization of Alkali Leached Residue

  • A. K. Chakraborty


Chakraborty and Ghosh (1978a, b) showed that on heat treatment of alkali leached residue at 1250 °C exotherm, the XRD reflections of spinel disappear with concomitant increase in the intensities of mullite reflections as shown in equation below.


Spinel Phase Leach Residue Mullite Form Mullite Crystal 29Si Chemical Shift 
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  1. 1.Refractory Central Glass & Ceramic Research InstituteJadavpurIndia

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