by George R. Gavalas
Publisher: Elsevier 1982
Number of pages: 177
This monograph was written to organize recent results of pyrolysis research. Experimental and theoretical aspects, given approximately equal weight, are discussed in the light of basic chemical and physical mechanisms. With this orientation the monograph should be useful to chemists, engineers and graduate students with interests in coal research.
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