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The potential to implement such novel recycling solutions are not generally available to many other materials industries because they operate at relatively lower temperatures, which may not be suitable for triggering useful chemical transformations. The trend of utilizing waste materials as resources in steelmaking industry not only decreases the consumption of depleting valuable resources but also could be considered as a novel recycling solution, which transforms problematic waste and reduces the cost of raw materials for the steelmaker.
With increasing the rate of gas generation due to the use of coke-rubber blends as source of carbon in reaction with such slag, the size of generated gas bubbles remained small which 13 implies that the physical property of the slag and its surface tension had a more significant influence on the size of gas bubbles than the rate of gas generation. The higher surface tension of slag #2 resulted in generation of larger gas bubbles which escaped from the slag droplet in a short time after being formed and therefore lead to a poor foaming behavior.