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Extraction of alumina from five non-bauxite sources by the lime-sinter process
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Get this from a library. Extraction of alumina from French River (Ontario) nepheline syenite by the lime-sinter process. [L G Ripley; Canada Centre for Mineral and Energy Technology.]. With the low alumina-silica ratio and the stable mineral phase of mullite, a traditional Bayer Process is not suitable for the extraction of alumina from fly ash   .
By using the. 2Since the end of the 19 th century, the aluminium production chain has been settled as a three steps operation, which still represents nowadays the industrial standard.
Raw material (bauxite) is mined (1) and refined in alumina (or aluminium oxide - Al 2 O 3) through the Bayer process (2).Afterward, alumina is smelted with the Hall-Héroult electrolytic process to obtain. The best lime to alumina ratio for the lime-sinter method for recovering alumina from C-1 fly ash is between to The most favorable sintering temperature is °C and one hour of.