Role of the Stability of Aluminate Solutions in Hydrothermal Production of Corundum
Acid—alkali differentiation between the growth and solution zone is [1, 2] an important factor affecting the stability of aluminate solutions and producing the scope for hydrothermal crystallization of corundum.
KeywordsHydrolysis Crystallization Quartz Hydroxide Bicarbonate
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