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Therefore, despite its amphoteric nature, A1 2 0 3 behaves as an acid oxide and thus network former. The effect of FeO, N a 2 0 , and K 2 0 on the viscosity of the blast furnace slag is expressed in Fig. 4. Increase in FeO and N a 2 0 content leads to the decrease in viscosity, meaning that both the oxides behave as a basic oxide over the compositions. The addition of K 2 0 , on the other hand, increases the viscosity of the slag, nevertheless K 2 0 is a strong basic oxide. The antithetic effect of N a 2 0 and K 2 0 addition is plausibly originated from the difference in capability of charge compensation with A1 2 0 3 .
9. Viscosities of Ca0-Si02-Fe0-Mg0-Al 2 03 slag systems as a function of basicity 24 In order to examine the effect of solid phase fraction on the viscosity below the melting temperatures, relative viscosity values with respect to that measured in 1873 K were plotted against the mass fraction of the solid phase. The fraction of the solid phase was calculated using FactSage™ software as shown in Fig. 10(a). An abrupt increase in relative viscosity occurred from mass fraction of solid phase of 17 to 25 %.
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Advances in molten slags, fluxes, and salts: proceedings of the 10th international ... conference on molten slags, fluxes, and salts by Ramana G. Reddy, Pinakin Chaubal, P. Chris Pistorius, Uday Pal