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Vol 158
Pages:
79-80
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On the possibility of complex processing of titanium-magnesium production intermediate products to produce vanadium

Authors:
V. M. Sizyakov1
S. V. Aleksandrovskii2
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  • 1 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
  • 2 — G.V. Plekhanov Saint Petersburg Mining Institute
Date submitted:
2003-08-20
Date accepted:
2003-09-07
Date published:
2004-03-01

Abstract

The variants of rational processing of industrial products of titanium-magnesium production are considered. The technology of obtaining vanadium metal using spent magnesium electrolyte and vanadium oxychloride has been tested. During magnesium- and sodium-thermal reduction of vanadium chloride the metal was obtained in the form of powder, crystals and spongy mass.

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