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TiC (s) + 2 CO (g) Fe (s,l) + CO (g) (1) (2) (3) The mixture was ball milled with ethanol for 24 h and then dried in a Rota vapor. 999%). The temperature was slowly raised (4oC/min) to 1600oC and kept there for 5h, before the mixture was slowly cooled down (4oC/min). The reduced powder was then mixed with 10%HCl and warmed up under stirring for 3h while a Pyrex reflux tower was used to avoid evaporation of the fluids. Subsequently, the mixture was well mixed with DI water before filtrated and washed repeatedly with DI water.

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S. Patent 4,445,931 Key Engineering Materials Vol. no, Keywords: molten chlorides, electrolysis, titanium oxycarbide, carbothermal reduction, titania slag Abstract. The present work deals with the investigation of an electrolytic method for titanium production that uses TiO2 enriched titania slag as raw material. The process involves two steps: i) carbothermal reduction of the slag to form titanium oxycarbide powder; and ii) electrolysis in a molten chloride-based electrolyte using a titanium oxycarbide consumable anode.

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