Recovery of Sulphur Values From Gypsum and Anhydrite
V. ROBINSON, Director, Simon-Carves of Canada Ltd., Toronto, Ont; J. D. McFARLANE, Chief Engineer, Simon-Carves Chemical Engineering Ltd., Cheshire, England
The paper begins with a brief account of the naturally occurring resources of gypsum and anhydrite and a discussion of their relative value and utility as sources of sulphur. The fundamental chemistry of recovering sulphur values from calcium sulphate is discussed.
anhydrite, calcium sulphate, gypsum, Portland cement, sulphuric acid, Calcium, Cement, Gypsum, Materials, Plants, Process, Processes, Sulphate, Sulphates, sulphur