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Iron oxide pellets process

Mar 02, 2021

It is an object of this invention to provide a process to produce metallized iron pellets from soda-roasted and leached pellets in which said soda-roasted and leached iron oxide pellets are soaked in an aqueous solution of a chloride, for example ferrous chloride, calcium chloride or hydrochloric acid waste pickle liquor prior to metallizing

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