Binary phase diagram of CaO–Al2O3 system in a moisture-free atmosphere. C CaO, A Al2O3 in the α form, and L liquid
As shown in the CaO–Al 2 O 3 binary phase
diagram in Fig. 1 , several different calcium aluminate
phases with different Ca/Al ratios can develop as the result of the
high-temperature reaction between CaO and α-Al 2 O
3 [ 17 ].
According to the phase diagram in Fig. 1 , it is expected
that CA 6 will form by the reaction between the CA
2 and α-Al 2 O 3 in the solid
state, or from the liquid phase if the temperature is high enough [
18 – 20 ].
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