New PDF release: Applied Coal Petrology. The Role of Petrology in Coal

By Isabel Suárez-Ruiz and John C. Crelling (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0080450512

ISBN-13: 9780080450513

Content material:
About the Editors

, Page xi
Contributing Authors

, Pages xiii-xiv, John C. Crelling, Joan S. Esterle, Robert B. Finkelman, Stephen F. Greb, Gareth D. Mitchell, Jack C. Pashin, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Nicola J. Wagner, Colin R. Ward, M. Coertzen, R.H. Matjie, J.C. van Dyk
Acknowledgments

, Page xv
Preface

, Pages xvii-xviii
Chapter 1 - advent to utilized Coal Petrology

, Pages 1-18, Colin R. Ward, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz
Chapter 2 - simple components Controlling Coal caliber and Technological habit of Coal

, Pages 19-59, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Colin R. Ward
Chapter three - Mining and Beneficiation

, Pages 61-83, Joan S. Esterle
Chapter four - Coal Combustion

, Pages 85-117, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Colin R. Ward
Chapter five - Coal Gasification

, Pages 119-144, Nicola J. Wagner, M. Coertzen, R.H. Matjie, J.C. van Dyk
Chapter 6 - Direct Coal Liquefaction

, Pages 145-171, Gareth D. Mitchell
Chapter 7 - Coal Carbonization

, Pages 173-192, John C. Crelling
Chapter eight - Coal-Derived Carbon Materials

, Pages 193-225, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, John C. Crelling
Chapter nine - Coal as a petrol resource Rock and Reservoir Rock

, Pages 227-262, Jack C. Pashin
Chapter 10 - Environmental and future health Impacts

, Pages 263-287, Robert B. Finkelman, Stephen F. Greb
Chapter eleven - different purposes of Coal Petrology

, Pages 289-301, John C. Crelling, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz
Bibliography

, Pages 303-380
Index

, Pages 381-388

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By Isabel Suárez-Ruiz and John C. Crelling (Eds.)

ISBN-10: 0080450512

ISBN-13: 9780080450513

Content material:
About the Editors

, Page xi
Contributing Authors

, Pages xiii-xiv, John C. Crelling, Joan S. Esterle, Robert B. Finkelman, Stephen F. Greb, Gareth D. Mitchell, Jack C. Pashin, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Nicola J. Wagner, Colin R. Ward, M. Coertzen, R.H. Matjie, J.C. van Dyk
Acknowledgments

, Page xv
Preface

, Pages xvii-xviii
Chapter 1 - advent to utilized Coal Petrology

, Pages 1-18, Colin R. Ward, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz
Chapter 2 - simple components Controlling Coal caliber and Technological habit of Coal

, Pages 19-59, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Colin R. Ward
Chapter three - Mining and Beneficiation

, Pages 61-83, Joan S. Esterle
Chapter four - Coal Combustion

, Pages 85-117, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, Colin R. Ward
Chapter five - Coal Gasification

, Pages 119-144, Nicola J. Wagner, M. Coertzen, R.H. Matjie, J.C. van Dyk
Chapter 6 - Direct Coal Liquefaction

, Pages 145-171, Gareth D. Mitchell
Chapter 7 - Coal Carbonization

, Pages 173-192, John C. Crelling
Chapter eight - Coal-Derived Carbon Materials

, Pages 193-225, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz, John C. Crelling
Chapter nine - Coal as a petrol resource Rock and Reservoir Rock

, Pages 227-262, Jack C. Pashin
Chapter 10 - Environmental and future health Impacts

, Pages 263-287, Robert B. Finkelman, Stephen F. Greb
Chapter eleven - different purposes of Coal Petrology

, Pages 289-301, John C. Crelling, Isabel Suárez-Ruiz
Bibliography

, Pages 303-380
Index

, Pages 381-388

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K. Diessel, R. Littke, and P. de). , 1982). The degree of heterogeneity in a microlithotype is also important in its technological behavior, particularly in carbonization (see Chapter 7), combustion (see Chapter 4), and gasification (see Chapter 5) processes. , 1982). These changes can be quantified by petrographic assessment of the microlithotypes in relevant coal samples. Microlithotype Analysis Microlithotype analysis is used to determine the relative proportions of the various microlithotypes and coal-mineral associations (carbominerites) present in a coal sample (ICCP, 1963).

1996; and Rao and Walsh, 1997). The syngenetic minerals may represent solution and reprecipitation products of biogenic and detrital material, or they may be derived from solutions or decaying organic matter within the peat deposit. 2 Nonmineral Inorganic Components The nonmineral inorganics in coal occur either as dissolved constituents in the pore waters or as an inherent, though sometimes exchangeable, part of the maceral components. , 1987; Durie, 1991; and Saxby, 2000). Selective leaching with water, ammonium acetate, and hydrochloric acid may be used to determine the abundance and mode of occurrence of the principal nonmineral inorganic elements in lower rank coals (Miller and Given, 1986; Benson and Holm, 1985; and Ward, 1991, 1992).

2 also indicates that the nitrogen content of the vitrinite macerals is generally higher than that of the inertinite components, especially fusinite and inertodetrinite, in the same coal samples. This is further supported by the work of Mastalerz and Gurba (2001). , 2005). 3 Organic Geochemistry Two significant works on the organic geochemistry of coal published in the last 25 years are the papers by Given (1984) and Hatcher and Clifford (1997). Because vitrinite is the dominant maceral in most coals, the present review is primarily confined, following the works of those authors, to the transformation of wood to vitrinite.

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