Steelmaking Slags with Varying Fluorine Content

Name: Steelmaking Slags with Varying Fluorine Content
Diagram No.: 986
Type of diagram: CCT
Chemical composition in weight %: See the table
Group: Slags
Note: CCT diagrams of the primary crystal at different CaF2 contents.
Figure presents the CCT diagram of the first crystalline phases precipitated in the molten slags, which was defined as the crystallization temperature of the slags. These were determined from the first peaks in the DSC analysis. It was observed from Fig. 5 that the crystallization temperature of the slags increases with an increase of CaF2 content. In addition, a relatively large difference of the crystallization temperature was observed between the slags contained fluorine and that without fluorine, which indicated that the CaF2 addition played a significant role for the acceleration of the crystallization of the slags. Therefore, to reveal the detailed mechanism of viscosity and thermodynamics, it is required a deep insight into the microscopic structure of the slags, which will be discussed in the following section.
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