publication . Article . 2018

Using reference materials of blast furnace slag, steelmaking slag, converter slag and fused fluxes when developing a procedure for analysis of slag-forming mixtures using inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry

I. I. Chernikova; T. V. Kostrikina; K. V. Tyumneva; T. N. Ermolaeva;
Open Access Russian
  • Published: 01 May 2018 Journal: Standartnye Obrazcy, volume 13, issue 3, pages 29-40 (issn: 2077-1177, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Ural Research Institute of Metrology
Introduction . Slag-forming mixtures play an important role in obtaining metal without non-metallic inclusions. Required properties of slag-forming mixtures (SFMs) directly depend on their chemical composition, that is why control of individual component content in a mixture is an important stage in the technological chain of metallurgical production. At the present time, it is a common practice to use inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry (ICP-AES for analyzing SFMs, requiring sample preparation by alloying with alkali fluxes, which makes it impossible to determine potassium and sodium oxides in a sample. That is why it is necessary to work ou...
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