By Randall E.; Crelling, John C. Winans
content material: Chemistry and characterization of coal macerals : assessment / Randall E. Winans and John C. Crelling --
Premaceral contents of peats correlated with proximate and supreme analyses / A.D. Cohen and M.J. Andrejko --
Characterization of coal macerals by means of fluorescence microscopy / John C. Crelling and David F. Bensley --
Microscopic IR spectroscopy of coals / Douglas Brenner --
diversifications in houses of coal macerals elucidated by means of density gradient separation / Gary R. Dyrkacz, C.A.A. Bloomquist, L. Ruscic, and E. Philip Horwitz --
Structural diversifications in coal macerals : program of two-dimensional and dipolar dephasing ¹³C-NMR thoughts / Ronald J. Pugmire, Warner R. Woolfenden, Charles L. Mayne, Jirina Karas, and David M. provide --
Relationships among the natural constitution of vitrinite and chosen parameters of coalification as indicated by means of Fourier remodel IR spectra / Deborah W. Kuehn, Alan Davis, and Paul C. Painter --
Electron spin resonance of remoted coal macerals : initial survey / B.G. Silbernagel, L.A. Gebhard, Gary R. Dyrkacz, and C.A.A. Bloomquist --
Reactivity and characterization of coal macerals / Randall E. Winans, Ryoichi Hayatsu, Robert G. Scott, and Robert L. McBeth --
points of the hydrogen atom move reactions of macerals / Chol-Yoo Choi and Leon M. Stock.
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F o r t s c h r . , Geol. Rheinld. u. , 1974b, 24, 65-112. , Generation of p e t r o l e u m - l i k e substances i n c o a l seams as seen under the microscope. Advances i n Organic Geochemistry-1973. ; CNRS: P a r i s , 1974c, pp. 379-407. T e i c h m u l l e r , M a r l i e s , Fluoreszenzmikroskopische Anderungen von L i p t i n i t e n und Vitriniten mit zunehmendem Inkohlungsgrad und i h r e Beziehungen zu Bitumenbildung und Verkokungsverhalten. Geologischer Landesamt Nordrhein-Westfalen, K r e f e l d , 1982, pp.
Soc. f o r T e s t i n g and M a t e r i a l s , P h i l a d e l p h i a , PA, 21-36, 1982. Corvinus, D. ; Cohen, A. D. Compt. Rendu. IX I n t e r . Carb. Congress, In Press. ch002 RECEIVED January 6, 1984 3 Characterization of Coal Macerals by Fluorescence Microscopy JOHN C. CRELLING Department of Geology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 62901 DAVID F. ch003 Coal Research Section, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 The use o f fluorescence microscopy to c h a r a c t e r i z e c o a l macerals is a s u c c e s s f u l recent innovation.
Ch002 RECEIVED January 6, 1984 3 Characterization of Coal Macerals by Fluorescence Microscopy JOHN C. CRELLING Department of Geology, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale, Carbondale, IL 62901 DAVID F. ch003 Coal Research Section, The Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA 16802 The use o f fluorescence microscopy to c h a r a c t e r i z e c o a l macerals is a s u c c e s s f u l recent innovation. Compared to conventional w h i t e - l i g h t a n a l y s i s , fluorescence microscopy r e v e a l s a greater number and v a r i e t y of macerals, as w e l l as, c h a r a c t e r i s t i c textures and s t r u c t u r e s .