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Organic Petrology applied to materials and coal by-products characterization

AuthorsMenéndez López, Rosa María ; Gómez Borrego, Ángeles
KeywordsOrganic petrology Organic petrology, reflectance, anisotropy, materials science
Materials science
Issue Date2007
PublisherUniversity of Pittsburgh
Citation24th Annual International Pittsburgh Coal Conference, September 10-14, 2007, Johannesburg, South Africa
AbstractOptical microscopy is a very unique tool to find out about the structural order of carbonaceous materials and coal by-products. It has two main utilization ways as an instrument to distinguish and quantify different phases in a polished surface and as a record of the reflectance of a given material. Using one or both capabilities there are significant contributions to different aspects of coal utilization and materials science, which are the main objective of this review. Some other contributions of organic petrology to materials science in relation to mechanical properties are also reviewed.
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