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Coal rank and surface properties of oil agglomerates

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The wettabilities of agglomerates made from coals of several different ranks were measured by the adhesion technique. Oil levels from 0 to 10% by weight were used. As was expected, it was found that higher-rank coals are more easily oil-wetted and that the surface properties of the agglomerates correlate with agglomeration recovery and ash removal data.

Affiliations: 1: National Research Council of Canada, Institute for Environmental Chemistry, Process Technology Section, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, KIA OR6


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