Extents and models of adduction of hydrocarbon and nitrogen-containing solvents in coal liquefaction

@inproceedings{Mcneil1983ExtentsAM,
  title={Extents and models of adduction of hydrocarbon and nitrogen-containing solvents in coal liquefaction},
  author={R. I. Mcneil and Donald Clifford Young and Donald Charles Cronauer},
  year={1983}
}
Abstract Coal liquefaction experiments have been carried out to determine the tendency for adduction of several hydrocarbon- and nitrogen-containing structures typical of coal. Principal conclusions are: that even good hydrogen donors such as tetralin and octahydrophenanthrene are adducted readily; that benzyl radicals adduct primarily by radical-radical reaction, yielding thermally labile products; and that quinoline adducts to coal-derived liquids primarily by hydrogen bonding with little… CONTINUE READING