By D. Duayne Whitehurst (Eds.)
content material: a few proved and unproved results of coal geochemistry on liquefaction habit with emphasis on U.S. coals / P.H. Given, W. Spackman, A. Davis, and R.G. Jenkins --
South African coals and their habit in the course of liquefaction / D. grey, G. Barrass, J. Jezko, and J.R. Kershaw --
The features of Australian coals and their implications in coal liquefaction / R.A. Durie --
dating among coal features and its reactivity on hydroliquefaction / okay. Mori, M. Taniuchi, A. Kawashima, O. Okuma, and T. Takahashi --
stories on noncatalytic liquefaction of western Canadian coals / B. Ignasiak, D. Carson, A.J. Szladow, and N. Berkowitz --
Reactivity of British coals in solvent extraction / J.W. Clarke, G.M. Kimber, T.D. Rantell, and D.E. Shipley --
a brand new outlook on coal liquefaction via short-contact-time thermal reactions : elements resulting in excessive reactivity / D. Duayne Whitehurst --
Short-residence-time coal liquefaction / J.R. Longanbach, J.W. Droege, and S.P. Chauhan --
Upgrading of short-contact-time solvent-refined coal / R.H. Heck, T.O. Mitchell, T.R. Stein, and M.J. Dabkowski --
Processing short-contact-time coal liquefaction items / Conrad J. Kulik, Howard E. Lebowitz, and William C. Rovesti --
Kinetics of direct liquefaction of coal within the presence of molybdenum-iron catalyst / Minoru Morita, Shimio Satoh, and Takao Hashimoto --
High-yield coal conversion in a zinc chloride-methanol soften below reasonable stipulations / John H. Shinn and Theodore Vermeulen --
The influence of coal constitution at the dissolution of brown coal in tetralin / R.J. Hooper and D.G. Evans --
Coal liquefaction lower than atmospheric strain / Isao Mochida and ok. Takeshita --
The impact of catalyst focus, temperature, and place of dwelling time at the chemical constitution of coal hydropyrolysis oils / John R. Kershaw, Gordon Barrass, and David grey --
Thermal therapy of coal-related fragrant ethers in tetralin resolution / Y. Kamiya, T. Yao, and S. Oikawa --
attainable hydride move in coal conversion approaches / David S. Ross and James E. Blessing --
Hydrogenation mechanism of coals by means of structural research of response items / Y. Maekawa, Y. Nakata, S. Ueda, T. Yoshida, and Y. Yoshida --
Pericyclic pathways within the mechanism of coal liquefaction / P.S. Virk, D.H. Bass, C.P. Eppig, and D.J. Ekpenyong --
An isotopic learn of the function of a donor solvent in coal liquefaction / Joseph J. Ratto, Laszlo A. Heredy, and Raymund P. Skowronski --
Isomerization and adduction of hydroaromatic platforms at stipulations of coal liquefaction / Donald C. Cronauer, Douglas M. Jewell, Rajiv J. Modi, K.S. Seshadri, and Yatish T. Shah.
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For these c o a l s the ' r e a c t i v e s ' contain a high p r o p o r t i o n of s e m i - f u s i n i t e i n the i n e r t i n i t e . Several i n v e s t i g a t o r s have t r i e d to c h a r a c t e r i z e the behav i o u r of r e a c t i v e s e m i - f u s i n i t e i n coals during c a r b o n i z a t i o n . Recently there have been reports d e a l i n g with the behaviour of t h i s maceral under l i q u e f a c t i o n c o n d i t i o n s . Ammosov e t a l ( 9 ) c l a s s i f i e d one t h i r d of the s e m i - f u s i n i t e as being r e a c t i v e during coking, w h i l s t the balance together w i t h the m i c r i n i t e are i n e r t .
Painter, P. C. "The Relation of Coal Char acteristics to Liquefaction Behavior", Quart. Tech. Prog. Repts. S. Department of Energy under Contract No. EX-76-C-01-2494, Rept. Nos. FE-2494-7/8, 1978. 71. Walker, P. L . ; Given, P. ; White, E. ; Jenkins, R. G. "Characterization of Mineral Matter in Coals and Coal Liquefaction Residues", Rept. No. EPRI AF-417, RP366-1 from Pennsylvania State University to Electric Power Research Institute, June 1977. 72. Lewis, M. E . ; Weber, W. ; Usnick, G. ; Hollenack, W.
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