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S. Behij, K. Djebali, H. Hammi, A. H. Hamzaoui and A. M'nif Optimisation of epsomite transformation into periclase using experimental design methodology Journal of Chemometrics 25

Article first published online: 2 JUL 2010 | DOI: 10.1002/cem.1324

Experimental design methodology is applied to optimise MgO production. This is a two-step process through an intermediate product (Mg(OH)2). A fractional factorial design and a centred composite one are used to establish experimental conditions for Mg(OH)2 obtention. The favourable conditions for the second step to obtain MgO were determined using a fractional factorial design. The decomposition and crystallisation of Mg(OH)2 was analysed by DTA/TGA and XRD. The morphological properties of the MgO were examined by SEM.

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