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Science of Sintering
The calcium hexaluminate/anorthite composite are prepared by magnesia slag, kaolin and industrial alumina at different sintering temperature. The effect of sintering temperature on the structure and properties are investigated by X-ray powder diffraction and scanning electron microscopy. The results show that the calcium hexaluminate begins to form at 1300 o C and continues to form in a large amount between 1400 o C and 1500 o C, however, there is a phase transitions form gehlenite to anorthitedoi:10.2298/sos1302141t fatcat:dktrtnrgvndbbdmkmouduostk4