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Solubility and Yield Characteristics of KCl in Cement By-Pass Dust
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Solubility and Yield Characteristics of KCl in Cement By-Pass Dust
Yun, Youngmin; Jeong, Jaehyun; Chu, Yongsik;
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 Abstract
Cement manufacturing plant uses various kinds of industrial/municipal waste. The waste contains considerable amount of potassium, chlorine and small amount of heavy metal. Many researches were performed to fabricate valuable resources from the waste. In this study, various methods, which dissolves and crystallizes potassium/chlorine to extract potassium chloride, were experimented. Especially amount of water, slurry temperature, and stirring time were controlled. Then kind of heavy metal and content of potassium chloride were analyzed. The yield of potassium chloride increased, as the amount of water for slurry increased but it increased slightly, when the water content was over 200%. The yield tended to increase, when the temperature of slurry was over a certain point. The yield did not increase in case of over 10 minutes stirring time. The kind and content of heavy metal in potassium chloride were various according to stirring time. The main heavy metals were Pb, Cu, and .
 Keywords
Waste recycling;By-pass dust;Potassium Chloride;Heavy metal;Slurry;
 Language
Korean
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