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Biomass energy has been used for decades in lieu of fossil fuels. However, biomass, such as wheat straw, typically contains a high concentration of alkali elements, which is likely to induce unfavorable conditions during combustion, such as slagging, agglomeration, and corrosion in the boiler. This study investigated the effects of leaching on the chemical compounds and sintering temperatures of wheat straw ash before and after leaching by tap water. Ash melting and sintering degree tests weredoi:10.3390/en12030387 fatcat:yk5iml3iwvdpbjpkbkai7ucvzy