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Mullite Separation Fly Ash

Nov 20 2019 In this study lignite fly ash can be preliminarily separated into three mineralogical phases unburned lignite iron microbeads and aluminate silicate microbeads by two methods namely screening and dry magnetic separation Then the aluminate silicate microbeads were subjected to.

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