Mobility of Cr and V in Spent Oil Shale: Impact of Thermal Treatment

Adrian Gütlein, Michael Kersten, Shimon Feinstein, Peter Illner

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Abstract

Spent oil shale samples were evaluated for potential chromium and vanadium release upon aerobic combustion used in power generation, or anaerobic retorting used in shale oil recovery. Combusted samples released more Cr than retorted or raw samples due to chromate formation. The behavior of vanadium was just opposite in that more V was released from retorted than from aerobically combusted samples, probably due to reduced vanadyl cation formation.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)413-416
JournalProcedia Earth and Planetary Science
Volume7
DOIs
StatePublished - 2013

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