|About this Abstract
||2016 TMS Annual Meeting & Exhibition
||7th International Symposium on High Temperature Metallurgical Processing
||Thermodynamic Analysis and Experiments on Vacuum Separation of Sn-Sb Alloy
||Junjie Xu, Lingxin Kong, Bin Yang, Yifu Li, Tao Qu, Yongnian Dai, Kunhua Wu, Anxiang Wang
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In this study, the saturated vapor pressures of tin and antimony, the separation coefficient β and the vapor-liquid phase equilibrium of Sn-Sb alloy were theoretically analyzed, which demonstrate that it is possible to separate Sn and Sb by vacuum distillation. The process parameters of vacuum distillation including distillation temperature, distillation time and alloy mass (thickness of raw materials) on the direct yield of Sn and the content of Sn in liquid phase were investigated by using single factor experiments. The preliminary results show that the direct yield and the content of Sn in liquid phase are 96.01% and 98.77% under the optimized distillation condition of distillation temperature of 1200℃, distillation time for 45 minutes and Sn-Sb alloy mass of 125g (thickness of 8mm).
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