Calcination Kinetics And Surface Area Of Dispersed
gunasekaran, anbalagan, thermal decomposition of natural dolomite, bulletin of materials science, 10.056-z, 30, crossref andrej seneganik, janez oman, brane irok, analysis of calcination parameters and the apr 27, 2000 dolomite, or calcium magnesium carbonate, is a common mineral extract that occurs as crystals in large rock beds of limestone. calcium carbonate is a cheap calcium supplement with a high percentage of calcium by weight, but the body has difficulty in breaking it down for use. though dolomite in powdered form is soluble in weak acids, stomach the pyrolysis and the porosity of natural dolomite are investigated by terahertz time-domain spectroscopy for primary quality control in industry. from terahertz spectra, the transformation of natural dolomite modified by calcination can be clearly differentiated. based on such results, the thermal active dolomite is studied on adsorbing copper ions in water at first glance.