Состав и строение ферросфер блочного типа, выделенных из высококальциевых энергетических зол
URI (for links/citations):https://link.springer.com/article/10.1134/S002016851802001
Anshits, N. N.
Fedorchak, M. A.
Zhizhaev, A. M.
Sharonova, O. M.
Аншиц, А. Г.
Journal Name:Inorganic Materials
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Bibliographic Citation:Anshits, N. N. Состав и строение ферросфер блочного типа, выделенных из высококальциевых энергетических зол [Текст] / N. N. Anshits, M. A. Fedorchak, A. M. Zhizhaev, O. M. Sharonova, А. Г. Аншиц // Inorganic Materials. — 2018. — Т. 54 (№ 2). — С. 187-194
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Polished sections of individual ferrospheres 30 to 40 μm in size, with single-block and blocky structures and a variable glass phase content, have been studied using a scanning electron microscope equipped with an energy dispersive X-ray spectrometer system. The results demonstrate that the single-block globules consist of sintered magnetite crystallites containing Al2O3, MgO, and CaO as impurities and are formed from the pyrite of the initial coal. Characteristically, the ferrospheres with a variable glass phase content differ in the composition of local areas on polished sections of the globules, which attests to inhomogeneity of the melt droplets they formed from. We have identified groups of globules whose overall composition, as well as the composition of their local areas, meet general equations for the interrelation between the concentrations of their components: SiO2 = f(FeO) and SiO2 = f(Al2O3). Comparison of the coefficients of the SiO2 = f(Al2O3) dependence for the globules with the silicate modulus (SiO2/Al2O3) of the aluminosilicate mineral components of the coal indicates that the formation of this type of globules involves pyrite–anorthite or pyrite–albite associates containing quartz impurities. The composition of the spinel ferrite in the globules produced with the participation of anorthite comprises FeO, Al2O3, MgO, and CaO in concentrations of 85–96, 1.7–10, 0.1–1.8, and 0.3–2.8 wt %, respectively. In the albite-based globules, the respective concentrations are 81–92, 0.7–5.9, 1.0–5.7, and 2.2–5.6 wt %. The crystallite size and shape are determined by the size of the local melt areas where the total concentration of spinel-forming oxides exceeds 85 wt %.