Fuming of Stannous Oxide from Slags
Fuming of stannous sulfide (SnS) from slags is an accepted process for the separation of tin from slags. In this study, the fuming of tin from slags as SnO vapor was re-examined from theoretical and practical points of view. Four types of experiments were carried out - fuming from liquid slags held in CO-CO2 and CO-Ar mixtures at atmospheric pressure, during bubbling of CO, during bubbling of hydrogen, and under reduced pressure.
T. D. Roy et al., "Fuming of Stannous Oxide from Slags," Mineral Processing and Extractive Metallurgy, vol. 87, pp. c225-c230, Maney Publishing, Dec 1978.
Materials Science and Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Tin And Alloys - Recovery; Slags
International Standard Serial Number (ISSN)
Article - Journal
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01 Dec 1978