Carbon dioxide mineralization for the disposition of blast‐furnace slag: reaction intensification using NaCl solutions
Chun Li and
Greenhouse Gases: Science and Technology, 2020, vol. 10, issue 2, 436-448
Carbon dioxide mineralization for the disposition of blast‐furnace slag is an important method for reducing CO2 emissions and simultaneously dealing with solid waste from the steel industry. However, due to the stable structures and properties of blast‐furnace slag, low mineralization reaction efficiency is a key issue in this process and hinders industrial applications. This work presents a method for enhancing the CO2 mineralization reaction by the addition of salt solutions (e.g., NaCl 1 mol · L−1) in the slurry of the blast‐furnace slag (
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