[Abstracts and papers] - [Synfuels' 1st Worldwide Symposium, Brussels, Belgium, October 7 - 9, 1981]
German National Library of Science and Technology (GetInfo) (German)
XPS study of coal liquefaction catalysts and catalyst impregnated coal
Kim, J. Y.; Reucroft, P. J.; Pradhan, V. R.
The effect of cosolubilizing lighter components on the asphaltene content of heavy oils
Deo, M. D.; Hwang, J.; Hanson, F. V.
Synthetic fuels from oil shale and tar sands : symposium papers ; presented May 17-19 1983, Louisvilee, Kentucky
Institute of Gas Technology < Chicago, Ill.>
Symposium on Characterization and Chemistry of Oil Shales : chemistry and processing of oil shale and tar sands ; preprints ; St. Louis, 8. - 13.4.1984
American Chemical Society, Division of Fuel Chemistry; American Chemical Society, Division of Petroleum Chemistry
Surface and interfacial tension of the Whiterocks bitumen and its relationship to bitumen release from tar sands during hot water processing
Drelich, J.; Miller, J. D.
Production, processing and characterization of heavy oils, tar sand bitumens, shale oils and coal-derived liquids : abstracts
The Laboratory of Coal Science, Synthetic Fuels and Catalysis Department of Fuels Engineering
Microscopic studies on the dispersion of iron/molybdenum bimetallic catalysts in hydrotreated Blind Canyon, Wyodak and Pittsburgh #8 coals
Sommerfeld, D. A.; Jaturapitpornsakul, J.; Anderson, L. L.
Massive storage of wind power to reduce CO2 emissions to produce wind-clean fuels
Bridges, J E; Snow, R H; Hassanzadeh, A
Low-temperature oxidation of pitch, petroleum, and shale semicokes
Koryakova, O.; Krasnikova, O.; Andreikov, E.
Interaction of shale phenol and tar mixtures with diisocyanates
Influence of different factors on hydrogen ion exponent (pH) of the tar water from Kiviter vertical retorts (Summary)
Yefimov, V.; Doilov, S.
Heats of combustion of oil shale, bitumen, and their mixtures
Ismailov, T.; Mamedov, F.; Abbasov, V.
Estonia's Oil Shale Industry - Meeting Environmental Standards of the Future
Tanner, T.; Bird, G.; Wallace, D.
Comparative reactivity of caking and non-caking coals under coprocessing conditions
Tomic, J.; Schobert, H. H.
Combustion of the noncondensible volatiles from various coals
Marlow, D.; Cho, S.; Niksa, S.
CPMAS ^1^3C NMR and pyrolysis-GC-MS studies of structure and liquefaction reactions of Montana subbituminous coal
Song, C.; Hou, L.; Saini, A. K.
Anion exchangers from shale tar
Ampholytes from shale tar
A computer-aided molecular model for high volatile bituminous coal
Faulon, J.-J.; Hatcher, P. G.; Carlson, G. A.
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