WASTE GLASS-METAL INTERACTIONS IN BRINES.

J. W. Shade, L. R. Pederson, G. L. McVay

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    Abstract

    Leaching studies of MCC 76-68 glass in synthetic brines high in NaCl were performed from 50 to 150 degree C and included interactive testing with ductile iron and titanium. Hydrolysis of the glass matrix was generally slower in saturated brines than in deionized water, due to a lower solubility of silica in the brines. Inclusion of ductile iron in the tests resulted in accelerated leach rates because iron-silica reactions occurred which reduced the silica saturation fraction. At 150 degree C, iron also accelerated the rate of crystalline reaction products formation which were primarily Fe-bearing sepiolite and talc.

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationAdvances in Ceramics
    EditorsGeorge G. Wicks, Wayne A. Ross
    PublisherAmerican Ceramic Soc Inc
    Pages358-367
    Number of pages10
    ISBN (Print)0916094553
    Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1984

    Publication series

    NameAdvances in Ceramics
    Volume8
    ISSN (Print)0730-9546

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    Shade, J. W., Pederson, L. R., & McVay, G. L. (1984). WASTE GLASS-METAL INTERACTIONS IN BRINES. In G. G. Wicks, & W. A. Ross (Eds.), Advances in Ceramics (pp. 358-367). (Advances in Ceramics; Vol. 8). American Ceramic Soc Inc.