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The ISO Coke Air Reactivity test has been used by the smelting industry for many years but its use as a calcined coke specification is decreasing. This paper presents a review of previous work published on this test and presents experimental data on a wide range of cokes currently being used for anode production. Coke air reactivities are strongly dependent on coke calcination levels and it is possible to drive air reactivities lower by increasing calcining temperatures. With the generaldoi:10.1007/978-3-319-65136-1_177 fatcat:gqhcqxmng5bd5lmv6b2y6sxn64