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Advances in Coal Spectroscopy : Modern Analytical Chemistry - Henk L. C. Meuzelaar

Advances in Coal Spectroscopy

Modern Analytical Chemistry

By: Henk L. C. Meuzelaar (Editor)

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Published: 31st January 1992
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The past decade has witnessed major advances in our understanding of the chemical composition, structure, and reactivity of the complex organic-rich fossil matter known as "coal. " Nevertheless, important scientific questions concerning molecular weight distributions, degree of crosslinking, typical duster sizes, type of interconnecting bridges, the possible role of a "mobile phase," and the nature of organic sulfur forms remain topics of heated debate. Moreover, there appears to be a notable lack of consensus regarding the overall direction and goals of structural elucidation work. Is it worthwhile to study whole coal samples, or should we separate out the various, more or less well-defined, maceral and mineral constituents before attempting to describe the structural and compositional features of coal at the molecular Ievel? Second, should there be more emphasis on key structural features and average statistical parameters, or is it necessary to identify individual chemical structures in considerable detail? From the developments of the past decade it is clear that advanced spectroscopic techniques are playing an increasingly important role in resolving difficult questions with regard to the chemical structure and composition of coal. Moreover, it has become equally clear that no single spectroscopic approach can provide all the answers but multiple techniques need to be used in a highly integrated and synergistic manner.

Application of SEM Techniques to the Characterization of Coal and Coal Ash Products
XAFS Spectroscopy Studies of Critical Elements in Coal and Coal Derivatives
Investigation of Coal Surfaces by ESCA; (XPS)
Tracking Forms of Sulfur in Coal Research Using Natural 34S/32S Ratios
Laser Spark Emission Spectroscopy of Individual Coal Particles
InSitu Microspectrophotometry of Coal Macerals
Structural Comparison of Low Molecular Weight Extractable Compounds in Different Rank Coals Using Capillary Column Gas Chromatography
Combined Chromatography and FTIR Spectrometry of Coal Extracts
Proton NMR Spectroscopy of Coals, Pitches and Coal Derived Liquids
13C NMR Techniques for Structural Studies of Coals and Coal Chars
Mass Spectrometric Studies of Coals and Coal Macerals
Computer-Enhanced Pyrolysis Mass Spectrometry: A New Window on Coal Structure and Reactivity
Thermochemical Analysis of U.S.
Argonne Premium Coal Samples by Time-Resolved Pyrolysis Field Ionization Mass Spectrometry
OnLine Fourier Transform Infrared Spetroscopy in Coal Research
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ISBN: 9780306437960
ISBN-10: 0306437961
Series: Modern Analytical Chemistry
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 416
Published: 31st January 1992
Publisher: Springer Science+Business Media
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 22.9 x 15.2  x 3.18
Weight (kg): 1.8