This report indicates that the amount of an inert carrier gas required at 960 degrees c to vaporize lead sulfide is decreased by over two orders of magnitude by decreasing system pressure to 0.1 Atmosphere. It is also shown that a combustion process can be used to heat the charge and at the same time act as a carrier gas that should permit greater heat efficiency and minimize refractory wear.
Lead; Lead compounds; Lead sulfide
CP; Final Contract Report
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 251 916 Available for Reference At Bureau Libraries
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