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 accomplished reference paintings dedicated completely to the topic of analytical technique for coal and coal items. the 3 volumes were divided right into a overall of twelve elements, each one half containing a number of chapters dedicated to a selected topic. the current quantity offers with gases, waste items, by-products, environmental difficulties, and miscellaneous analytical difficulties, in addition to distinct instrumental innovations for fixing a variety of difficulties.
Because diversified elements of a selected topic are usually scattered via a number of chapters within the volumes, cross-references among chapters were entered. additionally, the topic indexes were made as precise as was once sensible, and the reader will take advantage of exam of pertinent matters within the indexes of all 3 volumes. A cautious interpreting of those volumes will convey that definitive recommendations will not be but to be had in a few cases. there's a transparent desire for persevered study at the basics of research of coal and coal items, and the improvement of trustworthy and exact analytical instrumentation, together with on-stream functions.
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Eng. , Anal. Ed. 12, 668-671. Shaw, J. , Hartigan, R. , and Coleman, A. M. (1944). Ind. Eng. , Anal. Chem. 16, 550-552. Analytical Methods for Coal and Coal Products, Volume III Chapter 39 Characterization of Recovered Volatiles from a High Methane Coal and the Significance of These Findings Mynard C. Hamming Frederick ]. Radd Alfred B. Car el RESEARCH A N D DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY PONCA CITY, OKLAHOMA I. II. III. IV. V. I. Introduction Experimental A. Grinding the Coal Samples with a Bleuler Mill and Collection of the Released Gases B.
B. Thermogravimetric Analyzer Operationst The instrumentation used for this study consisted of a DuPont Model 950 Thermogravimetric Analyzer (TGA) powered by a DuPont Model t Thermogravimetric analysis of coal is detailed in Volume II, Chapter 37. 39. Characterization of Recovered Volatiles 35 *COAL PARTICLES BEING IMPACTED AND SHEARED BY HORIZONTAL ECCENTRIC MOTION Fig. 4 Bleuler grinding apparatus with gas-collecting vessel. ) 990 Thermal Analyzer unit, both of which combine to form the operating TGA system.
This cumulative approach provides a new means of comparing results in a much more simplified form which differs from the listing of compound types. Typical results are shown in the accompanying tabulation. 88 Various matrix calculations using computer techniques have been discussed by Hamming and Foster (1972b) to provide semiquantitative results. IV. DISCUSSION OF RESULTS The experimental outline given in Diagram I is intended to aid in the discussion of results. Low Resolution Mass Spectrometry !