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Steel Converter Slag as an Oxygen Carrier—Interaction with Sulfur Dioxide
Steel converter slag, also called Linz-Donawitz (LD) slag, has been considered as an oxygen carrier for biofuel chemical looping applications due to its high availability. In addition to its content of iron which contributes to its oxygen-carrying capacity, LD slag also contains a significant amount of calcium. Calcium, however, is known to interact with sulfur, which may affect the usability of LD slag. To get a better understanding of the interaction between sulfur and LD slag, batch scaledoi:10.3390/en15165922 fatcat:5etsv4kvhjexfps2onvrvtluwy