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The role of evaporite layers in the ore-forming processes ...

Previous studies have shown that evaporitic sulfate can oxidize Fe 2+ to Fe 3+ sufficiently in a magmatic-hydrothermal system, and this process is considered to be a trigger that makes magnetite and/or hematite precipitate, forming high-grade Fe ores (Wen et al., 2017).

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Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence ...

2004-10-8  The transformation of magnetite to hematite occurs along {111} planes, and results in the development of hematite domains along {111} that are parallel to the foliation. The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes.

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Preparation of blast furnace burdens by composite ...

2020-3-18  It is obvious that in the pelletized part, hematite and magnetite exist in two different areas. This is because, during the sintering process, the magnetite on the outer layer of the pellet was oxidized to hematite, but the magnetite in the inner layer of the pellet recrystallized at high temperatures.

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Isothermal Oxidation of Magnetite to Hematite in Air and ...

2017-8-7  The oxidation of magnetite in air is shown to occur through the formation of dense hematite layers on the particle surface. This dense hematite forms through lath type shear transformations or solid-state diffusion through the product layer.

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under ...

2019-10-18  The oxidation kinetics was consistent with a diffusion controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 °C presented different characteristics from those

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Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with ...

2007-1-12  The formation of magnetite by the reduction of hematite with iron in the presence of aqueous solution at 350-570"C, 1-2 kbar pressure, takes place by two reactions: (l) the oxidation of iron metal with water, and (2) the reduction of hematite with hydrogen.

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under ...

controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 C presented different characteristics from those observed at the lower temperatures.

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Technical Report Phase Transformation of Oxide Scale

2016-4-6  forms on the surface. In general, a scale comprises layers of wustite (FeO), magnetite (Fe 3 O 4), and hematite (Fe 2 O 3), from the base metal side to the surface. Of these, according to the Fe-O phase diagram 1) given in Fig. 1, FeO undergoes eutectoid transformation and turns into Fe 3 O 4 and ferrite at 560°C or below during the cooling after rolling.

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Formation of Iron Oxides by Surface Oxidation of Iron Plate

2013-10-15  thicker hematite layer in the form of whiskers was formed. It was concluded that the surface of metal grains, the thickness of hematite layers, the oxide grain size and the environment are the factors likely to influ-ence the oxidation of iron. This brief introduction shows the complexity of the oxidation process on the surface of iron (steel). In

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Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence ...

2004-10-8  The transformation of magnetite to hematite occurs along {111} planes, and results in the development of hematite domains along {111} that are parallel to the foliation. The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes.

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Mineral and Technological Features of

2021-4-6  The magnetite–hematite ores of the Mikhailovskoye deposit are characterized by fine dissemination of ore and gangue minerals, the complexity of the structural and textural features and material composition, a low-level contrast in the magnetic properties of the separated minerals, and so forth. 28−30 The content of iron in these ores ranges ...

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Technical Report Phase Transformation of Oxide Scale

2016-4-6  forms on the surface. In general, a scale comprises layers of wustite (FeO), magnetite (Fe 3 O 4), and hematite (Fe 2 O 3), from the base metal side to the surface. Of these, according to the Fe-O phase diagram 1) given in Fig. 1, FeO undergoes eutectoid transformation and turns into Fe 3 O 4 and ferrite at 560°C or below during the cooling ...

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under ...

controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 C presented different characteristics from those observed at the lower temperatures.

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(PDF) Reduction Behavior of Hematite to Magnetite under ...

The electrons reduced Fe 3+ to Fe 2+ ; the electrons and generated ferrous ions then diffused into the hematite core through the magnetite layer, where fresh magnetite was generated through ...

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Formation of Iron Oxides by Surface Oxidation of Iron Plate

2013-10-15  thicker hematite layer in the form of whiskers was formed. It was concluded that the surface of metal grains, the thickness of hematite layers, the oxide grain size and the environment are the factors likely to influ-ence the oxidation of iron. This brief introduction shows the complexity of the oxidation process on the surface of iron (steel). In

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Difference Between Magnetite and Hematite Compare

2012-1-28  Magnetite is an iron oxide with the chemical formula Fe 3 O 4 whereas hematite is an iron oxide with the chemical formula Fe 2 O 3. Magnetite iron is in +2 and +3 oxidation states whereas, in hematite, it is only in +3 oxidation state. This is the key difference between magnetite and hematite. Moreover, magnetite has higher iron content than ...

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Formation and Transformation Characteristics of

2020-10-13  Formation and Transformation Characteristics of Magnetite (Fe304) Under Different Laboratory and Field Conditions A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the

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Review on the Oxidation Behaviors and Kinetics of ...

2021-4-21  The first exothermic effect is assumed as a surface oxidation of magnetite forming an α‐Fe 2 O 3 layer. After the complete surface oxidation of the magnetite grains, the oxidation process slows down significantly due to the low diffusion coefficients of oxygen atoms and iron ions through the product layer.

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The late magmatic to subsolidus T-fO2 evolution of the ...

forming Ti-rich magnetite (“titanomagnetite”) or compositional transition between magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) and ulvöspinel (Fe 2 TiO 4) which is a common early orthomagmatic mineral phase in some silicic magmas. Besides magnetite and ulvöspinel, granitoid rocks also contain solid Fe –Ti solutions between ilmenite and hematite,

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(PDF) Reduction Behavior of Hematite to Magnetite under ...

The electrons reduced Fe 3+ to Fe 2+ ; the electrons and generated ferrous ions then diffused into the hematite core through the magnetite layer, where fresh magnetite was generated through ...

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Optimization of FeO in iron ore pellet with varying blend ...

Magnetite and hematite concentrates are the two main iron bearing feed for oxidized pellet production. Magnetite concentrates has predominance due to the heat release by oxidation during roasting ...

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Formation of Iron Oxides by Surface Oxidation of Iron Plate

2013-10-15  thicker hematite layer in the form of whiskers was formed. It was concluded that the surface of metal grains, the thickness of hematite layers, the oxide grain size and the environment are the factors likely to influ-ence the oxidation of iron. This brief introduction shows the complexity of the oxidation process on the surface of iron (steel). In

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Hydrogen Reduction of Hematite Ore Fines to Magnetite

Surplus coke oven gases (COGs) and low grade hematite ores are abundant in Shanxi, China. Our group proposes a new process that could simultaneously enrich CH 4 from COG and produce separated magnetite from low grade hematite. In this work, low-temperature hydrogen reduction of hematite ore fines was performed in a fixed-bed reactor with a stirring apparatus, and a laboratory Davis magnetic ...

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Formation and Transformation Characteristics of

2020-10-13  Formation and Transformation Characteristics of Magnetite (Fe304) Under Different Laboratory and Field Conditions A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the

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Utilization of Magnetite Concentrate as an Additive in ...

sintering process, the initial melt generates within adhering fines by forming calcium ferrites and silicates of low melt-ing points. Then, the initial melt continues to react with the surrounding adhere particles and spreads out through the adhering layer to form the primary melt. Finally, the primary

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The late magmatic to subsolidus T-fO2 evolution of the ...

forming Ti-rich magnetite (“titanomagnetite”) or compositional transition between magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) and ulvöspinel (Fe 2 TiO 4) which is a common early orthomagmatic mineral phase in some silicic magmas. Besides magnetite and ulvöspinel, granitoid rocks also contain solid Fe –Ti solutions between ilmenite and hematite,

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Improvement of Sinter Strength and Reducibility through ...

Ohgi et al.3) compared magnetite reagent and hematite reagent from the viewpoint of chemical reaction with CaO. As shown in Fig. 3, in the air flowing, the minerals formed between magnetite and CaO are 4CaOFeO8Fe 2O 3 and 3CaOFeO7Fe 2O 3, both melting at 1200° C or less. There-fore, as compared with hematite, in case of magnetite, a liquid

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Corrosion and Scaling Deposits in the Berlín Geothermal

2010-9-9  products such as magnetite, hematite and goethite and some crystals of anhydrite cemented by quartz. In the gate valves, a hard layer of amorphous silica and clay minerals were found forming botroydal structure. In the bypass valves 20”, some scaling deposits such as quartz, plagioclases, amorphous silica and clay minerals and few magnetite were

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Hematite particles for non-magnetic undercoat layer of ...

The present invention provides particles for a non-magnetic undercoat layer of a magnetic recording medium, which comprises acicular hematite particles having an average major axial diameter of not more than 0.3 mu m, a geometrical standard deviation in the major axial diameter of not more than 1.50 and a BET specific surface area of not less than 40 m. 2>/g, and containing a total amount of ...

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