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Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from ${2000^ °C}$$\pu{2000 °C}$ to about ${900 ^°C}$$\pu{900 °C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from ${2000^ °C}$ to about ${900 ^°C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\pu{2000 °C}$ to about $\pu{900 °C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

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Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\pu{2000 °C}$${2000^ °C}$ to about $\pu{900 °C}$${900 ^°C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\pu{2000 °C}$ to about $\pu{900 °C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from ${2000^ °C}$ to about ${900 ^°C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

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Use of cryolite and fluorspar in electrolytic reduction of pure alumina by Hall-HeroultHéroult process

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\ce{2000*C}$$\pu{2000 °C}$ to about $\ce{900*C}$$\pu{900 °C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Use of cryolite and fluorspar in electrolytic reduction of pure alumina by Hall-Heroult process

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\ce{2000*C}$ to about $\ce{900*C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

Use of cryolite and fluorspar in electrolytic reduction of pure alumina by Hall-Héroult process

Cryolite $\ce{(Na3AlF6)}$ and fluorspar $\ce{(CaF2)}$ are added to alumina to lower the temperature of the mixture from $\pu{2000 °C}$ to about $\pu{900 °C}$ and also to increase the conductance.

But my question is about the specific effect these compounds are producing. I mean, out of the two mentioned effects, which compound is doing what?

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