By John W. Larsen (Eds.)
content material: A primer at the chemistry and structure of coal / D.D. Whitehurst --
Polymer constitution of bituminous coals / John W. Larsen and Jeffrey Kovac --
Oxygen and oxygen functionalities in coal and coal beverages / Raffaele G. Ruberto and Donald C. Cronauer --
Asphaltenes and preasphaltenes : elements of an unique hvb bituminous coal / Anna Marzec, Danuta Bodzek, and Teresa Krzyzanowska --
Phenols as chemical fossils in coals / J. Bimer, P.H. Given, and Swadesh Raj --
Oxidation of coal through alkaline sodium hypochlorite / Sujit okay. Chakrabartty --
Oxidative degradation reviews of coal and solvent-refined coal / Ryoichi Hayatsu, Randall E. Winans, Robert G. Scott, Leon P. Moore, and Martin H. Studier --
Chemistry of coal liquefaction / Frank R. Mayo, John G. Huntington, and Norman A. Kirshen --
Early levels of coal carbonization : proof for isomerization reactions / S.K. Chakrabartty and N. Berkowitz --
Electron spin resonance reports of coals and coal-derived asphaltenes / H.L. Retcofsky, G.P. Thompson, M. Hough, and R.A. Friedel --
Photochemistry hydrogen atoms as a structural probe of the outside of coal / Gilbert J. Mains, Muthu Sp. Sundaram, and Joseph Solomon --
Isotopic reviews of thermally brought on reactions of coal and coal-like constructions / Clair J. Collins, Ben M. Benjamin, Vernon F. Raaen, Paul H. Maupin, and W.H. Roark --
Supercritical solvents and the dissolution of coal and lignite / James E. Blessing and David S. Ross --
Homogeneous catalytic hydrogenations of complicated carbonaceous substrates / J.L. Cox, W.A. Wilcox, and G.L. Roberts --
Hydrotreatment of coal with AlCl3/HCl and different robust acid media / J.Y. Low and D.S. Ross --
Characterization of coal items through mass spectrometry / H.E. Lumpkin and Thomas Aczel --
box ionization and box desorption mass spectrometry utilized to coal examine / G.A. St. John, S.E. Buttrill, Jr., and M. Anbar --
Heteroatom species in coal liquefaction items / F.K. Schweighardt, C.M. White, S. Friedman, and J.L. Shultz --
Characterization of beverages and gases bought by way of hydrogenating lumps of Texas lignite / C.V. Philip and Rayford G. Anthony --
Preparative GPC research of solvent-refined coal and its acid-neutral-base elements / D.J. Welsh, J.W. Hellgeth, T.E. Glass, H.C. Dorn, and L.T. Taylor --
comparability of solvent-refined lignites with solvent-refined bituminous coals / R.J. Baltisberger, K.J. Klabunde, V.I. Stenberg, N.F. Woolsey, okay. Saito, and W. Sukalski --
Temperature results on coal liquefaction : charges of depolymerization and product caliber as made up our minds through gel permeation chromatography / Curtis L. Knudson, Joseph E. Schiller, and Arthur L. Ruud.
Read Online or Download Organic Chemistry of Coal PDF
Similar chemical engineering books
Cautious realization is paid to the presentation of the fundamental theory.
* more advantageous sections all through textual content offer a lot less assailable starting place than the 1st edition.
* Literature citations are given all through for connection with extra fabric.
This crucial source contains a chain of severe experiences written by way of prime scientists, summarising the growth within the box of conjugated thiophene fabrics. it's an application-oriented publication, giving a chemists’ viewpoint at the state-of-art and views of the sector. whereas proposing a accomplished assurance of thiophene-based fabrics and comparable purposes, the purpose is to teach how the rational molecular layout of fabrics can deliver a brand new breadth to identified equipment functions or maybe reduction the advance of novel software techniques.
Strain Swing Adsorption is the 1st publication that gives a coherent and concise precis of the underlying technological know-how and expertise of strain swing adsorption (PSA) tactics at a degree comprehensible to the training engineer. PSA has accomplished frequent advertisement recognition because the expertise of selection for hydrogen purification, air separation and small scale air driers.
This primary booklet to hide the subject in such nice element summarizes and evaluates the newest advancements in eco-friendly polymerization tools. best specialists within the box speak about new each point -- from renewable fabrics to waste relief, and from biocatalysis to solvent-free tools. Of excessive curiosity to polymer, artificial and fabric scientists in academia and undefined.
- Zeolites--science and technology
- An introduction to chemical engineering kinetics & reactor design
- Introduction to Paint Chemistry and Principles of Paint Technology
- Microencapsulation (Drugs and the Pharmaceutical Sciences)
- Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook
- Coupled CFD-DEM modeling : formulation, implementation and applications to multiphase flows
Extra resources for Organic Chemistry of Coal
I f there a r e enough chemically bonded cross l i n k s t o complete the polymer network, the modulus w i l l be increased by entanglements and both s t r u c t u r e s i n F i g . 2 w i l l behave the same i n a l i n e a r compression or extension experiments. Figure 2. Entanglement and cross-linked networks The p r i n c i p l e p o i n t here i s that bituminous c o a l s a r e c o v a l e n t l y cross l i n k e d macromolecules. Weak a s s o c i a t i v e f o r c e s such as hydrogen bonds and van der Waals i n t e r a c t i o n s cannot e x p l a i n the r e s u l t s of these experiments.
Ch003 EFFECT OF HC1 PRETREATMENT ON DETERMINATION OF -COOH IN LIGNITE (PLUS -100 MESH SAMPLE) Run No. 1 D e t e r m i n a t i o n o f T o t a l OH G r o u p s . The c o n c e n t r a t i o n o f -OH i n c o a l i s d e t e r m i n e d by t h e a c e t y l a t i o n method o f Blom e t a l . ((5) T h i s method c o n s i s t s o f f i r s t a c e t y l a t i n g t h e -OH g r o u p s w i t h a c e t i c a n h y d r i d e i n t h e p r e s e n c e o f p y r i d i n e . The a c e t y l a t e d products a r e then hydrolyzed; the l i b e r a t e d a c e t i c a c i d i s d i s t i l l e d a n d q u a n t i f i e d by t i t r a t i o n w i t h s t a n d a r d NaOH s o l u t i o n .
And Tiensuu, V . , Nature (1959), 183, 1668. Acta Cryst. (1959), 12, 1050. Friedel, R. A. and Queiser, J. Α . , Fuel (1959), 38, 369. Given, P. H. and Peover, Μ. Ε . , Fuel (1960), 39, 463. Pines, Α . , Gibby, M. G. and Waugh, J . , J . Chem. Phys. (1973), 59, 569. Whitehurst, D. , Mitchell, T. O. and Dickert, J. , "The Nature and Origin of Asphaltenes in Processed Coals", EPRI AF-480, Project 410-1, Annual Report July 1977. Ruberto, R. G . , "Oxygen and Oxygen Functional Groups in Coal and Coal Liquids" presented at the EPRI Contractor's Conference, Palo Alto, C a l i fornia, May 1977.
Organic Chemistry of Coal by John W. Larsen (Eds.)