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process forming of magnetite and hematite layer

process forming of magnetite and hematite layer

process forming of magnetite and hematite layer

Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence

2004-10-8  The transformation of magnetite to hematite occurs along {111} planes, and results in the development of hematite domains along {111} that are parallel to the foliation. The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes.

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Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence

2004-10-8  2004-10-8  The transformation of magnetite to hematite occurs along {111} planes, and results in the development of hematite domains along {111} that are parallel to the foliation. The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes.

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Magnetite forrnation by the reduction of hematite with

2007-1-12  shown that magnetite initially forms as a surface layer on the hematite reactant, and then gradually replaces the hematite. The kinetics of reaction are controlled by diffusion of gases to and from the hematite-magnetite interface, through the coating magnetite layer. Topotaxic influences on the mecha-nism of the reduction of single crystal

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Isothermal Oxidation of Magnetite to Hematite in Air and

2017-8-7  Oxidation of Magnetite to Hematite in Air Raman analysis of oxidized samples. A cross section of a magnetite sample oxidized in dry air at 1273 K (1000 °C) for 5

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under

2019-10-18  The oxidation kinetics was consistent with a diffusion controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 °C presented different

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The formation of magnetite in the early Archean oceans

2017-5-15  2017-5-15  Ferrihydrite would then have been dehydrated to bands of hematite or settled along with cell biomass, leading to secondary magnetite formation via DIR. As an example, the iron-rich bands of the Dales Gorge BIF is predominantly made of hematite, while the magnetite micro- or macrobands appear episodically (Pecoits et al., 2009, Li, 2014). 5.

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Synthesis and magnetic properties of magnetite prepared

In the process of beneficiating iron ores by the magnetic separation, particles of hematite and quartz accumulate, forming tailings that occupy large areas of agricultural lands. Such man-made deposits are quite common and contain large quantities of iron oxides such as hematite.

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Technical Report Phase Transformation of Oxide Scale

2016-4-6  forms on the surface. In general, a scale comprises layers of wustite (FeO), magnetite (Fe 3 O 4), and hematite (Fe 2 O 3), from the base metal side to the surface. Of these, according to the Fe-O phase diagram 1) given in Fig. 1, FeO undergoes eutectoid transformation and turns into Fe 3 O 4 and ferrite at 560°C or below during the cooling

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under

controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 C presented different characteristics from those observed at the lower temperatures.

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The role of evaporite layers in the ore-forming processes

A study on the ore-forming process of the Washan IOA deposit revealed that the oxygen fugacity of ore-forming fluids was steady throughout the whole ore-forming process, with an increasing amount of sedimentary material in this process from early to late stages (Duan et al., 2019). This finding implies that the evaporite layers affected this

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Transformation of magnetite to hematite and its influence

2004-10-8  The transformation of magnetite to hematite occurs along {111} planes, and results in the development of hematite domains along {111} that are parallel to the foliation. The difference in volume created by the transformation of magnetite to hematite and the shear stress acting on the interphase boundaries allow fluids to migrate along these planes.

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Mineral and Technological Features of

2021-4-6  The magnetite–hematite ores of the Mikhailovskoye deposit are characterized by fine dissemination of ore and gangue minerals, the complexity of the structural and textural features and material composition, a low-level contrast in the magnetic properties of the separated minerals, and so forth. 28−30 The content of iron in these ores ranges

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NONREDOX TRANSFORMATIONS OF MAGNETITE

The transformation of magnetite to hematite, or hematite to magnetite, in nature has generally been considered a redox reaction and linked to a specific redox state of fluid; however, a nonredox reaction, Fe 2 O 3 (hm) + Fe 2+ + H 2 O = Fe 3 O 4 (mt) + 2H +, may have been the principal mechanism for the transformations of iron oxides in nature, especially in hydrothermal environments.

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Difference Between Magnetite and Hematite

2012-1-28  Magnetite is an iron oxide with the chemical formula Fe 3 O 4 whereas hematite is an iron oxide with the chemical formula Fe 2 O 3. Magnetite iron is in +2 and +3 oxidation states whereas, in hematite, it is only in +3 oxidation state. This is the key

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(PDF) Reduction Behavior of Hematite to Magnetite under

The electrons reduced Fe 3+ to Fe 2+ ; the electrons and generated ferrous ions then diffused into the hematite core through the magnetite layer, where fresh magnetite was generated through

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Synthesis and magnetic properties of magnetite prepared

In the process of beneficiating iron ores by the magnetic separation, particles of hematite and quartz accumulate, forming tailings that occupy large areas of agricultural lands. Such man-made deposits are quite common and contain large quantities of iron oxides such as hematite.

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Mechanism and kinetics of magnetite oxidation under

controlled process. The reaction probably proceeded via the outward diffusion of ferrous ions from the magnetite, forming a magnetite/maghemite core/shell structure in conjunction with the dissolution of maghemite and reprecipitation of hematite. Oxidation at 275 C presented different characteristics from those observed at the lower temperatures.

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Formation and Transformation Characteristics of

2020-10-13  Formation and Transformation Characteristics of Magnetite (Fe304) Under Different Laboratory and Field Conditions A Dissertation Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of the

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Formation of Iron Oxides by Surface Oxidation of Iron Plate

2013-10-15  thicker hematite layer in the form of whiskers was formed. It was concluded that the surface of metal grains, the thickness of hematite layers, the oxide grain size and the environment are the factors likely to influ-ence the oxidation of iron. This brief introduction shows the complexity of the oxidation process on the surface of iron (steel). In

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EFFECT OF MAGNETITE, HEMATITE AND PELLET

2017-2-6  EFFECT OF MAGNETITE, HEMATITE AND PELLET SCREENINGS AS FEED IN SINTER PRODUCTION Mikael Pettersson1, Peter Sikström1 and Dr. Volker Ritz2 1LKAB, 952, 971 28 Luleå, Sweden 2SGA, Grubenstrasse 5, 38704 Liebenburg, Germany Abstract During the last years, the availability of coarse, high quality sinter feed has decreased.

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Synthesis of magnetite nanorods and porous hematite

2004-2-1  The magnetite nanorods have been synthesized by hydrolysis of Fe 2+ and Fe 3+ solution in the presence of urea at 90 °C for 12 h. Fig. 1 is the XRD pattern of the sample, which is quite identical to pure magnetite and matched well that of it (JCPDS No. 82-1533), indicating that the sample has a cubic crystal system. No characteristic peaks of impurities are observed.

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Identifying and distinguishing hematite and magnetite

2021-10-26  Measuring magnetite and hematite iron oxides with Timegated Raman and identifying and distinguishing their difference. Vibrational spectroscopy provides an easy method and almost no sample preparation is needed and when applying the proper amount of laser power, the sample is not damaged.

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(PDF) Reduction Behavior of Hematite to Magnetite under

The electrons reduced Fe 3+ to Fe 2+ ; the electrons and generated ferrous ions then diffused into the hematite core through the magnetite layer, where fresh magnetite was generated through

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Formation of Iron Oxides by Surface Oxidation of Iron Plate

2013-10-15  thicker hematite layer in the form of whiskers was formed. It was concluded that the surface of metal grains, the thickness of hematite layers, the oxide grain size and the environment are the factors likely to influ-ence the oxidation of iron. This brief introduction shows the complexity of the oxidation process on the surface of iron (steel). In

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Open Archive Toulouse Archive Ouverte (OATAO)

2011-1-25  magnetite layer developed on cold-worked samples is duplex with a fine-grained layer forming at the inner region and a coarser columnar-grained layer at the outer region. The fine-grained layer was believed to form via an oxide-dissociation mechanism, associated with void formation at the scale/iron interface and

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Corrosion and Scaling Deposits in the Berlín Geothermal

2010-9-9  products such as magnetite, hematite and goethite and some crystals of anhydrite cemented by quartz. In the gate valves, a hard layer of amorphous silica and clay minerals were found forming botroydal structure. In the bypass valves 20”, some scaling deposits such as quartz, plagioclases, amorphous silica and clay minerals and few magnetite were

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Magnetite chemistry and implications for the magmatic

Magnetite chemistry and implications for the magmatic-hydrothermal ore-forming process: An example from the Devonian Yuleken porphyry Cu system, NW China

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Magnetism of Al‐substituted magnetite reduced from

2016-6-7  Table 1. Summary Information for the Two Series of Al-Magnetite Samples a a Series I samples (I-0, I-2, I-4, I-8, I-16) were transformed from hematite samples HFh* series, which have been investigated by Jiang et al.[], and series II samples (II-0, II-4, ,II-20) were transformed from hematite samples Hm* series from Jiang et al[]The unit cell parameter a was calculated based on XRD data.

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Grain Boundary in Oxide Scale During High-Temperature

2017-1-11  The oxide scale is composed of a thin outer layer of hematite and the inner duplex magnetite layers. The outer layer is columnar in structure, whereas the inner layer is much finer grained and the grains are equiaxed. The grains of magnetite have

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The late magmatic to subsolidus T-fO2 evolution of the

forming Ti-rich magnetite (“titanomagnetite”) or compositional transition between magnetite (Fe 3 O 4) and ulvöspinel (Fe 2 TiO 4) which is a common early orthomagmatic mineral phase in some silicic magmas. Besides magnetite and ulvöspinel, granitoid rocks also contain solid Fe –Ti solutions between ilmenite and hematite,

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