DOI: 10.1021/acsomega.0c04311
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Abstract: The thermal behavior of ash components in two bituminous coal samples [Upper Freeport (the “UF”) and Illinois #6 (the “IL”)] was investigated under air and argon atmospheres in the temperature range of 800–1200 °C using thermal gravimetric–differential thermal analysis, X-ray diffraction transmission electron microscopy (TEM), and TEM–energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry measurements. The UF treated under air formed the needle-like crystals which were assumed to be mullite-related substances formed by transfor… Show more

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