Lignite: Structure, Properties and Applications

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  • B. Mikulaskova Faculty of Chemistry, Technical University, Brno,
  • L. Lapcik (Jr.) Faculty of Technology, Technical University, Zlin
  • I. Masek Faculty of Chemistry, Technical University, Brno,

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Lignite is the system of a coalified matter with the remaining parts of phytomass. Lignite is not only important as a source of energy but has a variety of other applications, e.g., as a sorption material. The sorption properties after certain mechanical and thermal treatment are similar in some respects (e.g., in maximum sorption capacity) to the sorption properties of charcoal.

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15.04.1997

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Mikulaskova, B., (Jr.), L. L., & Masek, I. (1997). Lignite: Structure, Properties and Applications. Chemické Listy, 91(3). Získáno z http://www.chemicke-listy.cz/ojs3/index.php/chemicke-listy/article/view/2787

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