Implications of the direct use of slag from ironmaking processes as a molten oxide electrolyte (2021)
CitationMartin-Treceno S, Allanore A, Bishop C, Marshall A, Watson M (2021). Implications of the direct use of slag from ironmaking processes as a molten oxide electrolyte. JOM.
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Keywordsmolten oxide electrolysis; electrolyte; characterization; titanium bearing slags; blast furnace slag
ANZSRC Fields of Research40 - Engineering::4016 - Materials engineering::401607 - Metals and alloy materials
40 - Engineering::4019 - Resources engineering and extractive metallurgy::401901 - Electrometallurgy
40 - Engineering::4004 - Chemical engineering::400409 - Separation technologies
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