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  • Chromium Chemistry

     · Chromite, FeCr 2 O 4, is the most commercially useful ore, and is extensively used for extraction of chromium. Chromium is produced in two forms: (Chemistry of the Elements, Greeenwood and Earnshaw, Chapter 23). (a) Ferrochrome by the reduction of chromite with coke in an electric arc furnace. A low-carbon ferrochrome can be produced by using ...

  • Green Metallurgical Processing of Chromite | Request PDF

    Chromite Ore Processing Residue (COPR) has caused grave contamination of heavy metals, especially chromium (Cr), in the soils lying disposal sites, which has been environmental and human health ...

  • WO2013011521A1

    This invention relates to a method for direct reduction of oxidized chromite ore fines (0 to 4.0 mm) composite agglomerates in a tunnel kiln to produce one of a reduced and agglomerates for use in ferrochrome or charge chrome production; comprising implementing a ...

  • Green Chemistry

    and chromite ore process residue (COPR) from chromate processes. In this review article, a novel alkali-based oxidative roasting and aqueous leaching for the extraction of mineral oxides is explained in the context of original work of Le Chatelier in 1850 1,2

  • Ettringite-induced heave in chromite ore processing residue …

    A pilot-scale treatment study was implemented at a deposition site of chromite ore processing residue (COPR) in New Jersey. Ferrous sulfate heptahydrate (FeSO4 x 7H2O) was employed to reduce hexavalent chromium in two dosages with three types of soil

  • Extraction of Chromium from Chromite Ore

    Chromite is important because it is the only economic ore of chromium, an essential element for a wide variety of metal, chemical, and manufactured products. Many other minerals contain chromium, but none of them are found in deposits that can be economically mined to …

  • Extraction of Chromium from Chromite Ore

     · Of the chromite ore imported into the USA, the metallurgical industry consumed about 59 pct, the chemical industry consumed 21 pct, and the refractory industry consumed 20 pct. The average grade of the metallurgical chromite ore was 43.4 pct Cr2O3, with 52 pct of the ore having a chromium-to-iron ratio of 3:1 or over, 17.6 pct having a ratio between 2:1 and 3:1, …

  • Bureau of Mines Report of Investigations/1988 LI BRARY

    chemically treat chromite concentrates include an oxidizing roast of the chro mite with Na2C03 and CaO in a rotary kiln at temperatures around 1,1000 to 1,1500 C. The amounts of reagents and a diluent are controlled so that the reac the kiln

  • Uses of Chromium | Supply, Demand, Production, Resources

     · Chromite is used in high-temperature applications, such as blast furnaces and molds for firing bricks, because it retains strength at high temperature. Chromium is also vital for good health. Insufficient amounts result in glucose intolerance in humans. Organ meats, mushrooms, wheat germ, and broccoli are all good dietary sources of chromium.

  • Magnesite & Chromite Refractory | PDF | Refractory | Chromium

    • Chromite refractories are manufactured from chrome ores. Chrome ore which is a spinal the formula FeO Cr2O3. various widely in chemical composition with CrO3. silica, iron oxide, silicates of magnesium like serpentine, chlorite and talc, calcium oxide …

  • v118n6a15 Fluxing of South African chromite ore with colemanite …

    Fluxing of South African chromite ore with colemanite South African chromite ores and concentrates are blended to obtain a Cr/Fe ratio that is high enough to produce ''charge chrome'', a special grade of high-carbon ferrochrome (HCFeCr). Charge chrome contains

  • chromite ore kiln processing chemistry

    Chemistry and Leaching Behavior of Chromite Ore 2020-2-27 This study presents chemical, mineralogical, and leaching characterization of chromite ore processing residue (COPR) derived from the soda ash process, which is currently replacing the lime-based

  • FeaSIBIlI oF NIckel eracIoN FroM INdIaN chroMIe oerBrdeN B …

    FeaSIBIlI oF NIckel eracIoN FroM INdIaN chroMIe oerBrdeN B SolId Sae redcIoN aNd SMelINg roe P. g a, r. k d a*, S. a b, a. k M c, N. S d, o.P. S aa* Department of Metallurgical Engineering, IIT (BHU), Varanasi, India b Department of Materials Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India ...

  • In Situ Reduction of Hexavalent Chromium in Alkaline Soils Enriched with Chromite Ore Processing …

    Chromate salts can be produced by roasting chromite ore with lime in a kiln under oxidizing conditions. This con-verts a portion of the Cr(III) in the ore to Cr(VI).1 Much of the water-soluble Cr(VI) is then extracted from the roasted ore by leaching with an aqueous

  • Minerals | Free Full-Text | A Process Mineralogical Evaluation of Chromite at …

     · A process mineralogical study based on three texturally and mineralogically different chromite-bearing ore types at the Nkomati nickel mine was undertaken, with focus on chromite. Chromite is a by-product of the Ni-Cu-Co-PGE ore at Nkomati Nickel mine. These being the PCMZ_MG (medium-grade Ni-Cu sulphide silicate ore with disseminated chromite), …

  • CSIRO PUBLISHING | Environmental Chemistry

    Abstract. Chromite ore processing residue (COPR) is a harmful waste of the chromate (CrO 4 2–) extraction roasting process.Nevertheless, deposition of COPR in uncontrolled surface landfills is still common practice in some countries. Leaching of carcinogenic CrO 4 2– and contamination of groundwater is a key environmental risk arising from COPR sites.

  • Ferrochrome and Chromite Ore Market Size, Share, Industry …

    The ferrochrome and chromite ore has been segmented into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Middle East & Africa. The Asia-Pacific region dominates the ferrochrome and chromite ore market in terms of both consumption and production mand of Stainless Steel in India is expected to rise over the next few years, including prospects for …

  • Damring Formation During Rotary Kiln Chromite Pre-reduction: …

    In the pelletized chromite pre-reduction process, raw materials (chromite ore, reductants, and clay binder) are dry milled, pelletized, and pre-heated, after which the pellets are fed into a counter current rotary kiln where chromite pre-reduction takes place. These

  • Chromite: The only mineral ore of chromium metal

    What is Chromite? Chromite is an oxide mineral composed of chromium, iron, and oxygen (FeCr 2 O 4) is dark gray to black in color with a metallic to submetallic luster and a high specific gravity. It occurs in basic and ultrabasic igneous rocks and in the metamorphic and sedimentary rocks that are produced when chromite-bearing rocks are altered by heat or weathering.

  • S. Aktas*, C. Eyuboglu, M.H. Morcali, S. Özbey and Y. Sucuoglu Production of Chromium Oxide from Turkish Chromite …

    Chromite ore is an abundant world resource; more than 11 billion tons of chromite ore are known and this supply will be adequate to meet world demand for hundreds of years. Since the year 2000, chromite ore production has been steadily on the rise, increasing

  • Technology Innovations in the Smelting of Chromite Ore

    In Outokumpu process, the chromite ore is partly reduced in the rotary kiln during preheating, thereby reducing the amount of electric energy required for …

  • Efficient Process for the Production of Cr2O3 from Chromite Ore

     · Please use one of the following formats to cite this article in your essay, paper or report: APA Davey, Reginald. (2021, December 06). Novel Efficient and Economical Process for the Production of Cr2O3 from Chromite Ore. AZoM. Retrieved on December 15, 2021

  • US3852059A

    A method of producing sodium chromate from chromite ore, which involves mixing the ore with sodium carbonate and a refractory diluent, pelleting the mixture using an aqueous solution of sodium hydroxide, potassium hydroxide, sodium aluminate, sodium silicate ...

  • Using Basalt Rocks for Agglomeration of Refractory Chromite Ores …

     · details. The results of the study on the use of basalt rocks to improve the technology of producing fired pellets from refractory chromite ores of Kazakhstan are presented. Because of the use of lean ore whose beneficiation involves fine milling, much ore fines that form in the process require agglomeration.

  • Oxidation decomposition of chromite ore in molten potassium hyd…

     · In the new process, the oxidation of chromite ore is carried out in sub-molten potassium hydroxide at 300 C. Compared with the traditional roasting process in a rotary kiln at 1200 C, the oxidation and mass transfer are greatly intensified in the new process.

  • A new method for the treatment of chromite ore processing …

     · Chromite ore processing residue (COPR), derived from the so-called high-lime processing of chromite ore, contains a significant fraction of a leachable Cr(VI) which is harmful to human being and other organisms. In recent years, the concern over environmental ...

  • [PDF] Chromite ore processing residue in Hudson County, New …

    The chemistry, environmental fate, health effects, and human exposure potentials for this waste are described. Chromite ore processing residue occurs at over 130 sites in Hudson County, New Jersey. Many of these sites are in urban residential areas. This waste is a result of 70 years of chromate and bichromate chemical manufacturing. At least 15% of the sites contain total …

  • Chromite (Cr2FeO4) | CrFeO4

    Chromite ore processing residue (COPR) containing measurable levels of hexavalent and trivalent chromium. [Cr(VI) and Cr(III), respectively] has been used to fill in low-lying areas in Hudson County, N.J. While it has been demonstrated that direct dermal contact ...

  • Chromite: from the mineral to the commodity

    Abstract Abstract Chromite belongs to the spinel group with the general chemical formula XY 2 O 4, where X and Y represent divalent and trivalent metal ions, respectively. Four types of chromite ore deposits occur as either lode or secondary deposits. Lode ...

  • 11.23 Taconite Ore Processing

    2/97 Taconite Ore Processing 11.23-3 TABLE 11.23-1. (continued) Key Source SCC AK Grate/kiln, coal- and oil-fired, acid pellets 3-03-023-61 AL Grate/kiln, coal- and oil-fired, flux pellets 3-03-023-62 AM Vertical shaft, gas-fired, top gas stack, acid pellets 3

  • Evaluation of potential toxicity and bioavailability of chromium in sediments associated with chromite ore processing …

     · The present study evaluates the toxicity and bioavailability of Cr in sediments associated with chromite ore processing residue (COPR). Ten stations were sampled in the Hackensack River (NJ, USA) to represent a wide range of total Cr concentrations (199–3,970 mg/kg) with minimal interference from potentially toxic, cooccurring chemicals.

  • A Cr6+-Free Extraction of Chromium Oxide from Chromite Ores Using Carbothermic Reduction in the Presence …

     · K. Freese et al., Review of chromite ore processing residue (COPR): past practices, environmental impact and potential remediation methods. Curr. Environ. Eng. 1(2), 82–90 (2014) CrossRef Google Scholar

  • Chromium speciation and fractionation in ground and surface waters in the vicinity of chromite ore processing …

    Chromium concentrations of up to 91 mg l(-1) were found by ICP-OES for ground water from nine boreholes at four landfill sites in an area of S.E. Glasgow/S. Lanarkshire where high-lime chromite ore processing residue (COPR) from a local chemical works had been

  • KWG Resources Inc. | (KWG: CSE) | Reducing energy consumption by alternative processing routes to produce ferrochromium alloys from chromite ore

    Reducing energy consumption by alternative processing routes to produce ferrochromium alloys from chromite ore Authors: Arthur Barnes; Mika Muinonen and M. J. Lavigne XPS Testwork and Consulting Services 6 Edison Rd, Falconbridge, ON, P0M 1S0 KWG

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