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Meeting 2017 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
Symposium Pan American Materials Congress: Minerals Extraction and Processing
Presentation Title PAN-45: Kinetic Study on the Leaching of Vanadium-bearing Converter Slag with Dilute Sulfuric Acid
Author(s) Junyi Xiang, Qingyun Huang, Xuewei Lv, Chenguang Bai
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Abstract Scope Calcification roasting-sulfuric acid leaching process was used to the extraction vanadium from converter slag. The kinetics of the extraction process based on both unmilled and ball milled slags in dilute sulfuric acid solution (pH=2.5▒0.2) were investigated. The results showed that the extraction of vanadium was a rapid process with particularly a considerable proportion of vanadium rapidly dissolved in the first 10 minutes. The kinetics analysis showed that the diffusion through product layer was rate–determining step in the course of the dissolution of vanadium. The linear relationship between the rate constant and the inverse square of the particle diameter also illustrated this phenomenon. Mechanical activation can significantly accelerate the vanadium leaching efficiency, and decrease the corresponding apparent activation energy from 9.94 kJ/mol to 7.63 kJ/mol.
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