Analytical Methods for Coal and Coal Products. Volume III by Clarence Karr

By Clarence Karr

Analytical equipment for Coal and Coal items, quantity III, is the 3rd of a three-volume treatise that goals to supply a close presentation of what constitutes the 1st finished reference paintings committed completely to the topic of analytical technique for coal and coal items. the 3 volumes were divided right into a overall of twelve elements, every one half containing numerous chapters dedicated to a specific topic. the current quantity bargains with gases, waste items, by-products, environmental difficulties, and miscellaneous analytical difficulties, in addition to certain instrumental concepts for fixing a number of difficulties.
Because varied elements of a specific topic are often scattered via a variety of chapters within the volumes, cross-references among chapters were entered. moreover, the topic indexes were made as designated as used to be functional, and the reader will make the most of exam of pertinent matters within the indexes of all 3 volumes. A cautious analyzing of those volumes will convey that definitive recommendations are usually not but on hand in a couple of situations. there's a transparent want for persisted examine at the basics of research of coal and coal items, and the advance of trustworthy and actual analytical instrumentation, together with on-stream purposes.

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Radd, and A. B. Carel min). A previous publication by Girling (1963) reported the identification of products in the range of C 4 to C 10 . The work reported here covers organic products well beyond C 10 . The application of low-resolution mass spectrometry used to identify the compounds in coalcarbonization products has been reported by Shultz et al. (1972). Both high- and low-resolution mass spectrometry were used in this study. II. EXPERIMENTAL The ideal place to have done the analytical work would have been in the mine at a fresh coal surface.

Monoaromatics are defined here as C„H2w _ 6 / C„H 2w - 8 , C„H 2 „-i 0 compounds. Examples of these structures are shown below. H2 Ο,Ηθ; ^ Benzenes Indans Tetralins Tetrahydroacenaphthenes Dinaphthenobenzenes 54 M. C. Hamming, F. J. Radd, and A. B. 0 for a frame of reference. 0. 0 in the 350°-400°C fraction. The ratio for the polyaromatic compound types determined ((_„Η 2 „_ 1 2 , ^wl~l2w-14/ CwH2w_16, C„H 2w _ 18 , and C n H 2n - 2 o) showed no important variation for the roof and rib coal TGA-collected fractions as is shown in Table XII.

0 for a frame of reference. 0. tion of aromatic components is because of an increase in the concentration of paraffinie hydrocarbons. The aromatic compounds (often over a narrow carbon range) are of interest due to the possible value of expelling such compounds from coal at rather low temperatures. Tables XIII, XIV, and Fig. 10 deal with the polyaromatic compound types found in the TGA 5°C/min roof coal fractions. In Table XIII the comparative concentrations (see footnote at bottom of Table XIII) of C n H 2w -i2 through C„H2n-24 compounds are listed for each of the eight TGA fractions.

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