Coal Science. Volumes 1 & 2. by Spain International Conference on Coal Science 1995 Oviedo,

By Spain International Conference on Coal Science 1995 Oviedo, J. M. D. Tascon, J. A. Pajares

This quantity comprises papers awarded on the eighth overseas convention on Coal technology, held in Oviedo, Spain, September 10-15, 1995. quantity I includes papers facing basics and common points, Combustion and Gasification and Pyrolysis and Carbonization. quantity II covers papers discussing Liquefaction and Hydropyrolysis and Coal and the Environment.The scope of themes lined will provide the reader a state of the art effect of coal characterization and depolymerization, coal-derived carbons, coal carbonization and liquefaction, and the growth in the direction of making coal an environmentally applicable gasoline in the course of its combustion in electrical energy creation. using smooth physicochemical characterization recommendations has complex wisdom of coal composition and constitution vastly within the final two decades, and it really is was hoping that coal will input into the following millenium as a fresh and effective gas

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Matsubayashi and A. Nishijima 1479 REMARKABLE INCREASE OF BTX YIELD BY ZEOLITE CATALYST IN THE HYDROCRAKING OF COAL VOLATILE MATTER M. -G. Zhang, A. Nishijima and A. -F. Zhang, B. A. R. Dugwel! and R. Kandiyoti 1487 INFLUENCE OF HYDROGEN D~)NOR :,,,~,:~[NENT ON KINETIC .... G. Sudakova 1491 CHARACTERIZATION OF Ni-W/AIzO3 CATALYST USED IN COAL LIQUID UPGRADING N. Matsubayashi, T. Sato, H. Shimada, M. Imamura, Y. Yoshimura, A. Nishijima, T. Kameoka and K. Masuda 1495 RETROGRESSIVE REACTIONS IN COAL/OIL COPROCESSING IN VIEW OF SPECTROSCOPIC AND MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION J.

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