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Stable and anhydrous form of waste Na2SO4?
« on: January 06, 2021, 09:26:16 AM »
The waste sodium sulfate (with impurities inside) from an industrial filter is seems like low on viscosity and flows everywhere when poured into the ground.
So i looked through the literature and it seems mixing it with borax (pentahidrate) forms/results the thenardite form of sodium sulfate and its stable and unhydrous. But does it means it will be easier to dispose if we generate this kind of form on the industrial side?

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