High-Temperature Chemistry of Silicates and Other Oxide Systems / Vysokotemperaturnaya Khimiya Silikatnykh I Drugikh Okisnykh Sistem / Bьicoкotemпepatуphaя Xиmия Cиликathьix И Дpугиx Oкиchьix | Cиctem pp 45-61 | Cite as
Phase Diagrams of Systems Formed by Oxides of Elements of Variable Valence
At the present time, there is intensive investigation of systems formed by oxides of elements with variable valence. The most important problem in this field is the study of the behavior of iron oxides at high temperature and also the changes underlying the theory of the most important metallurgical processes, which occur under similar conditions in more complex systems. Such systems include oxides of chromium, manganese, and a series of other elements, which are very important for the development of the physicochemical foundations of refractory technology and slag processes.
KeywordsCrystallization Furnace Silicate Platinum Manganese
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