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CLXXXIV.—The volatile constituents of coal. Part IV. The relative inflammabilities of coal dusts
Journal of the Chemical Society Transactions
IF coal be regarded as a conglomerate of two main types of compounds, the one readily yielding inflammable gases and vapours on heating to a comparatively low temperature, the other requiring a higher temperature of m0r0 prolonged duration to decompose it freely, it can be understood that variations in the proportions in which these different types exist in different coals should cause corresponding variations in the chemical and physical properties of the coals. A property, common to alldoi:10.1039/ct9130301715 fatcat:4u3ukfox3javphxpbl7qar6ffy