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Kinetics of gypsum dehydration - ScienceDirect

The dehydration reaction at 160°C is nearly double that at 100°C and four times that at 70°C, using one particle size. Generally, as the grain size of gypsum becomes less than about 0.13 mm an abrupt increase in the dehydration process occurs with any slight decrease in diameter. A moderate change occurs, however, as the grain size changes ...

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The thermal dehydration of synthetic gypsum - ScienceDirect

Mass losses vary between 13.7 and 16.5% and heat of dehydration values between 377 and 420 J g −1 for the dehydration of ground and mixed inhomogeneous gypsum samples. As for the dehydration of CaSO 4 ·2H 2 O, the dehydration of synthetic gypsum proceeds via multi-step reactions. Using a heating rate of 5°C min −1, the very slow …

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Kinetics of gypsum dehydration - ScienceDirect

The dehydration reaction at 160 C is nearly double that at 100 C and four times that at 70 C, using one particle size. Generally, as the grain size of gypsum becomes less than about 0.13 mm an abrupt increase in the dehydration process occurs with any slight decrease in …

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Gypsum dehydration - CR4 Discussion Thread

Re: Gypsum dehydration 08/29/2008 7:23 AM As guest says there are 2 types af water here - water of crystalisation (combined) and free (absorbed) If moten metal is poured in, combined water could be released so drying acheives nothing.

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DEHYDRATION OF GYPSUM

DEHYDRATION OF GYPSUM. Studies of the dehydration of gypsum in dry air atmospheres have shown that the hemihydrate of calcium sulfate is not a stable phase in the temperature range 90-140 deg C. The final product of dehydration was always anhydrous. Discontinuities in the weight loss versus time curves for powdered gypsum at a point ...

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(PDF) Dehydration Pathways of Gypsum and the Rehydration ...

The dehydration products of gypsum under different temperature and water vapor pressure were investigated by thermodynamic theory. Additionally, the rehydration mechanism of soluble anhydrite was ...

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(PDF) Dehydration Pathways of Gypsum and the …

gypsum dehydration proceeds through only a single CaSO 4 · 2H 2 O → γ -CaSO 4 step when the ambient water vapor pressure is less than 26664 Pa; however, a two-step process of CaSO 4 ·

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11.16 Gypsum Manufacturing - United States Environmental ...

11.16 Gypsum Manufacturing 11.16.1 Process Description1-2 Gypsum is calcium sulfate dihydrate (CaSO4 2H2O), a white or gray naturally occurring mineral. Raw gypsum ore is processed into a variety of products such as a portland cement additive, soil conditioner, industrial and building plasters, and gypsum wallboard. To produce plasters or

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Experimental VNIR reflectance spectroscopy of gypsum ...

Gypsum dehydration experiment Four gypsum samples constituting the main polycrystalline habits of gypsum (alabaster, massive, satin spar, and selenite) were obtained from Ward's Natural Science and dehydrated to examine changes in the reflectance spectrum over the 350–2500 nm wavelength region and to determine if habit has any effect on the

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gypsum dehydration cement - walkingonwaterfl.org

gypsum dehydration - page 1 of 1. Gypsum dehydration is necessary for it to become an effective set moderating agent. Gypsum itself is insolouble and therefore cannot moderate the setting of the C3A in cement clinker. For that to happen soluble sulphate must be present. Dehydration of gypsum to hemihydrate renders it soluble.

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The thermal dehydration of synthetic gypsum - …

The main dehydration of the calcium sulphate dehydrate part of synthetic gypsum occurs between 95 and 170°C (heating rate 5°C min −1) and seems to proceed via a process with an activation energy of 392 ± 100 kJ mol −1 for α-values between 0 and 0.1.

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Thermal behaviour and kinetics of dehydration of gypsum in ...

Thermal behaviour and kinetics of dehydration of gypsum in air have been investigated using in situ real-time laboratory parallel-beam X-ray powder diffraction data evaluated by the Rietveld method. Thermal expansion has been analysed from 298 to 373 K. The high-temperature limits for the cell edges and for the cell volume, calculated using the Einstein …

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Gypsum Dehydration - Page 1 of 1 - CemNet.com

Gypsum dehydration is necessary for it to become an effective set moderating agent. Gypsum itself is insolouble and therefore cannot moderate the setting of the C3A in cement clinker. For that to happen soluble sulphate must be present. Dehydration of gypsum to hemihydrate renders it soluble. Reply Page 1 of 1 1

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The dehydration process of gypsum under high pressure ...

10%The dehydration process of gypsum in the P – T space was followed with Raman spectra collected along different isotherms and isobars up to 25 GPa and 633 K. Temperature of the sample was varied at a rate less that 1°/min, and soaking time was about 1 h. Figure 1 reports the P – T conditions where Raman spectra were collected. Fig. 1

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Gypsum processing and use - Humanitarian Library

Dehydration: Rock into plaster Gypsum rock is converted into gypsum plaster by driving off some of the chemically combined water. Heating gypsum at 120°C for one hour results in a hemi-hydrate (CaSO 4.1⁄2H 2O) – with three quarters of the water removed. Gypsum hemi-hydrate is also known as Plaster of Paris.

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(PDF) Dissolution and conversions of gypsum and anhydrite

that gypsum dehydration occurs widely. during early diagenesis, where it takes place. at shallow burial depth by interaction with. hygroscopic brines of Na, Mg, or Ca chloride.

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Fast in-situ X-ray scattering reveals stress sensitivity ...

The dehydration of gypsum to hemihydrate has been studied for decades because it is an important model reaction for understanding fluid-triggered earthquakes, and due to the global use of plaster ...

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Gypsum Dehydration During Comminution and Its Effect on ...

Mineralogical examination showed that in the plant mill (1200 cm×260 cm), because of the rising temperature during grinding, gypsum was dehydrated to hemihydrate, while there was no dehydration in the laboratory mill (45 cm×45 cm) grinding.

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crusher gypsum price

Gypsum Dry Mortar Making Equipment - Granite crush line ... Oct 06, 2021· Gypsum Powder Making Machine is also called Gypsum Powder Production Line Equipment,Natural gypsum powder is dihydrate gypsum (CaSO4.2H2O) after crushing, grinding, calcination, cooling homogenization, aging, packaging and made; gypsum powder production is the core …

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Dehydration Pathways of Gypsum and the Rehydration ...

The dehydration products of gypsum under different temperature and water vapor pressure were investigated by thermodynamic theory. Additionally, the rehydration mechanism of soluble anhydrite was also studied by Monte Carlo (MC) simulations. The thermodynamic calculation results reveal that the dehy …

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Dehydration Temperature of Gypsum - JST

In general, the true specific gravity of semihydrated gypsum produced by dehydration under pressure is greater than that produced at normal pressure. (5) Semihydrated gypsum prepared under pressure of nitrogen in unsaturated water vapor is found to be a well developed form of α-semihydrated gypsum.

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