1994 Spring (SAN DIEGO) 39(2)

GENERAL PAPERS Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFLIQUEFICATION OF LOW-RANK COALS AS A POTENTIAL SOURCE OF SPECIALITY CHEMICALS.
  L. Huang, C. Song, H. H. Schobert
PDFPRODUCTION OF ACTIVATED CARBONS FROM A VITRAIN CONCENTRATE FROM THE STOCKTON COAL.
  C. Toles, S. M. Rimmer, F. Derbyshire, M. Jagtoyen
PDFADDING VALUE TO COAL CONVERSIONS' S CHAR: A STRATEGY FOR LOWER- PRICED FUELS.
  C. Kruse, M. Fatemi, C. Feizoulof
PDFCOAL/OIL COPROCESSING USING SYNGAS: EFFECTS OF D2O DURING HYDRODESULFURIZATION.
  Y. C. Fu, K. Ishikuro, M. Akiyoshi, M. Yamamoto, T. Kotanigawa
PDFHDS ACTIVITY AND SURFACE PROPERTY OF ALUMINA-SUPPORTED RUTHENIUM CATALYST. M. Nagai
  K. Koizumi
PDFEVIDENCE FOR TRIBOCHEMIAL GENERATION OF HYDROGEN FROM HIGHER RANK COALS.
  K. S. Vorres
PDFBIOMIMETIC SOLUBILIZATION OF BROWN COAL BY OXYGENASE MODEL WITH HYDROGEN PEROXIDE.
  K. Miki, Y. Sato
PDFOXIDATIVE DESULFURIZATION OF LIQUID FUELS.
  T. Aida, D. Yamamoto
SYMPOSIUM ON A TRACE ELEMENT GEOCHEMITRY OP COAL AND RELATED FUELS Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFSOME ASPECTS OF BASIC GEOCHEMISTRY IN COAL SCIENCE.
  D. J. Swaine
PDFA COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE TRACE ELEMENT GEOCHEMISTRY IN COALS FROM ALBERTA CANADA
  F. Godarzi
PDFPETROGRAPHIC AND GEOCHEMICAL ANATOMY OF LITHOTYPES FROM THE BLUE GEM COAL BED, SOUTHEASTERN KENTUCKY.
  J. C. Hower, D. N. Taulbee, S. M. Rimmer, L. G. Morrell
PDFTHE DISTRIBUTION OF TEN TRACE ELEMENTS AND MINERALS IN THREE LIGNITE SEAMS FROM THE MAE MOH LIGNITE MINE, THAILAND.
  B. R. Hart, M. P. Powell, W. S. Fyfe, B. Ratanasthien
PDFFLUORINE IN COAL AND COAL BY-PRODUCTS.
  J. D. Robertson, A. S. Wong, J. C. Hower
PDFMODES OF OCCURRENCE OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL FROM XAFS SPECTROSCOPY.
  F. E. Huggins, J. Zhao, N. Shah, G. P. Huffman
PDFELEMENTAL CHARACTERIZATION OF COAL ASH LEACHATES.
  J. F. Cerbus, S. Landsberger, S. Larson
PDFRELIABILITY AND REPRODDCIBILITY OF LEACHING PROCEDURES TO ESTIMATE THE MODES OF OCCURRENCE OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL.
  C. A. Palmer, M. R. Krasnow, R. B. Finkelman, W. M. d'Angelo
PDFTRACE ELEMENTS IN COAL: A USGS PERSPECTIVE OF THE CLEAN AIR ACT.
  R. B. Finkelman
PDFCOAL CLEANING: A PRE-COMBUSTION AIR TOXICS CONTROL OPTION.
  D. Akers, R. L. Dospoy, C. E. Raleigh Jr., B. Toole-O'Neil
PDFTRACE ELEMENTS IN ILLINOIS COALS BEFORE AND AFTER CONVENTIONAL COAL PREPARATION.
  I. Demir, R. D. Harvey, R. R. Ruch, J. D. Steele
PDFSURFACE COMPOSITION AND CHEMICAL STATE OF FE AND MO IMPREGNATED SUBBITUMINOUS COAL.
  H. Ni, R. K. Anderson, E. N. Givens, J. M. Stencel
PDFAN IN SITU EXAMINATION OF THE FE SPECIES IN THE ARGONNE PREMIUM COAL SAMPLES USING X-RAY ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY.
  S. R. Wasserman, R. E. Winans, K. A. Carrado
SYMPOSIUM ON CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFDEMONSTRATION OF MICRONIZED COAL REBURNING FOR NO2 CONTROL ON A 175 MW UNIT.
  T. F. Butler, J. C. Welling, J. U. Watts, D. T. Bradshaw
PDFOPERATING EXPERIENCE WITH THE INTEGRATED DRY NOx/SO2 EMISSIONS CONTROL SYSTEM.
  R. A. Smith, L. J. Muzio, G. H. Shiomoto, T. G. Hunt
PDFGAS REBURNING AND INTEGRATED NOX AND SO2 CONTROL: READY FOR COMMERCIAL INSTALLATIONS.
  B. A. Folsom, R. Payne, R. Lyon
PDFLIFAC SORBENT INJECTION: AN ALTERNATIVE SO2 CONTROL STRATEGY.
  J. Hervol, J. Viiala
PDFCOMPLIANCE BENEFITS OF POWDER RIVER BASIN COAL AND COAL REBURNING.
  G. J. Maringo, A. S. Yagiela, R. J. Newell
PDFEFFECT OF BUBBLE GENERATING DEVICES ON RECOVERY OF CLEAN COAL FROM REFUSE USING COLUMN FLOTATION.
  B. K. Parekh, J. G. Groppo
PDFDEEP CLEANING OF A hvA BITUMINOUS COAL USING A POLYETHYLENE OXIDE/POLYPROPYLENE OXIDE BLOCK CO-POLYMER.
  H. Polat, M. Polat, S. Chander
PDFEFFECT OF CHEMICAL TREATMENTS ON BENEFICIATION OF LOW RANK COALS.
  M. Polat, S. Chander, D. C. Cronauer
PDFENZYMATIC CONVERSION OF COAL IN NONAQUEOUS MEDIA.
  A. M. Blinkovsky, J. S. Dordick
PDFMOLTEN CAUSTIC LEACHING AT LOW CAUSTIC/COAL RATIOS.
  F. W. Steffgan, B. R. Turner, D. A. Chatfield
PDFDESIGN OF MULTI-STAGE COAL LIQUEFACTION PROCESS FOR COMPLETE COAL CONVERSION AND EXTENSIVE UPGRADING.
  I. Mochida, K. Sakanishi, M. Kishino, K. Honda
PDFCHANGES IN ORGANIC SULFUR COMPOUNDS IN COAL MACERALS DURING LIQUEFACTION.
  R. A. Winans, J. T. Joseph, R. B. Fisher
PDFCHEMICAL DESOLFURIZATION OF COAL: PARTITIONING SULFUR TO GAS AS H2S.
  J. M. Stencel, J. K. Neathery, J.Yang
SYMPOSIUM ON CNG, LNG AND LPG USE AS ALTERNATIVE FUELS Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFTHE EFFECTS OF PRE-OXIDATION OF CELLULOSE ON THE PROPERTIES OF CHARS FOR METHANE STORAGE.
  F. J. Norton, G. D. Love, P. J., Hall
PDFMICROPOROUS CARBONS AS ADSORBENTS FOR METHANE STORAGE.
  D. F. Quinn, J. A. MacDonald, K. Sosin
PDFMODELING THE FAST FILL PROCESS IN NATURAL GAS VEHICLE STORAGE CYLINDERS.
  K. J. KountZ
PDFAN INVESTIGATION OF THE USE OF ODORANTS IN LIQUEFIELD NATURAL GAS USED AS A VEHICLE FUEL.
  T. Green, T. Williams, R. Bukacek, P. Chowdiah
PDFFUEL COMPOSITION EFFECTS ON NATURAL GAS VEHICLE EMISSIONS.
  C. F. Blazek, J. Grimes, P. Freeman, B. K. Bailey, C. Caluoci
SYMPOSIUM ON OXYGENATES AS FUEL ADDITIVES Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFOXYGENATED FUEL STRATEGIES TO COMBAT AIR POLLUTION. A FEDERAL OVERVIEW
  D. J. Kortum, M. G. Miller
PDFFUTURE FUEL DIVERSIFICATION WITH OXYGENATES
  W. J. Piel
PDFALTERNATIVE FUEL USE IN COLORADO
  K. B. Livo, J. Gallagher, M. W. Boyd
PDFOXYGENATED GASOLINE - THE CALIFORNIA EXPERIENCE
  D. C. Simeroth, J. Gomez
PDFENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC IMPLICATIONS OF OXYGENATED GASOLINE USE IN COLORADO: COLARADO'S OXYGENATED GASOLINE PROGRAM
  K. B. Livo, J. Gallagher
PDFWHY ARE ALCOHOL FUELS STILL ALTERNATIVE FUELS?
  R. M. Bata
PDFDECREASED BENZENE EVAPORATIVE EMISSIONS FROM AN OXYGENATED FUEL.
  C. H. Bobro, L. J. Karas, C. D. Leaseburge, D. J. Skahan
PDFVAPOR PRESSURE INTERACTIONS OF ETHANOL WITH BUTANE AND PENTANE IN GASOLINE
  J. Erwin
PDFLOW EMISSION OXYGENATED DIESEL FUEL
  L. J. Karas, H. S. Kesling Jr., F. J. Liotta, M. K. Nandi
PDFOXYGENATED MICROEMULSION DIESEL FUELHS
  Kesling, Jr., F. J. Liotta, J. M. MacFarland
PDFREFINERY FUEL OXYGENATES IN VIEW OF THE COMPLEX MODEL FOR REFORMUALTED GASOLINE
  C. D. Crawford, C. P. Haelsig
PDFWHICH OXYGENATE IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
  E. J. Chang
PDFGASOLINE RANGE ETHER SYNTHESIS FROM LIGHT NAPHTHA PRODUCTS OF FLUID CATALYTIC CRACKING OF FISCHER-TROPSCH WAX
  W. J. Reagan
PDFSYNTHESIS OF OXYGENATES FROM H2/CO SYNTHESIS GAS AND USE AS FUEL ADDITIVES
  R. G. Herman, K. Klier, O. C. Feely, M. A. Johansson
PDFTHE MECHANISM OF HIGHER OXYGENATE SNYTHESIS OVER SUPPORTED Rh CATALYSTS.
  S. S. C. Chuang, R. Krishnamurthy, M. A. Brundage, M. W. Balakos
PDFOXYGENATES FROM SYNTHESIS GAS
  W. Falter, W. Keim
PDFDIMETHYL CARBONATE PRODUCTION FOR FUEL ADDITIVES.
  Y. Okada, T. Kondo, S. Asaoka
SYMPOSIUM ON THERMAL DECOMPOSITION AND GASIFICATION MECHANISMS Entire Symposium as PDF
PDFPATHWAYS AND MECHANISMS FOR THERMOLYSES OF METHYLATED AROMATICS.
  P. S. Virk, V. J. Vlastnik
PDFSULFUR-CONTAINING PHENOL-FORMALDEHYDE RESINS TO MODEL THE THERMAL CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC SULFUR FORMS IN COAL.
  K. Ismail, G. D. Love, S. C. Mitchell, S. D. Brown, C. E. Snape
PDFINVESTIGATION OF PHYSICAL CONTROL MECHANISMS IN THE THERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF COAL BY MEANS OF ON-LINE MASS SPECTROMETRIC TECHNIQUES.
  X. Nie, K. Liu, W. Maswadeh, A. Tripathi, H. L. C. Meuzelaar
PDFHIGH TEMPERATURE DEACTIVATION OF COAL CHARS.
  T. J. Boeley, J. R., Gibbins, R. Hunt, C. K. Man, K. J. Pendlebury
PDFA PRIORI SIMULATION OF COAL PYROLYSIS EXPERIMENTS BASED ON COAL ELEMENTAL COMPOSITIONS.
  Y. Zhao, M. A. Serio, P. R., Solomon
PDFSTUDIES OF THERMAL AND CATALYTIC HYDROLIQUEFACTION OF MODEL COMPOUNDS, WASTE POLYMERS AND COAL BY HIGH PRESSURE TG/GC/MS.
  K. Liu, E. Jakab, W. Zmierczak, J. Shabtai, H. L. C. Meuzelaar
PDFTHE USE OF THERMOGRAVIMETRIC ANALYSES TO FOLLOW THE CONVERSION OF COAL DERIVED VACUUM RESIDS IN THE RESID RECYCLING PROCESS.
  H. Huang, W. H. Calkins, M. T. Klein