Water-resistant dolomite briquette with free Cao based on lis’egorskoe dolomite
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Briquettes of poorly sinterable dolomite of the Lis’egorskoe deposit with an apparent density exceeding 3.0 g/cm3 have been fabricated by single firing at a temperature not exceeding 1500°C. The used additive B2 for activating the sintering is synthesized by the sol-gel method. The effect of the calcite and silica admixtures on the sintering of dolomite is described.
KeywordsCalcite Dolomite Apparent Density Magnesite Briquette
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