Identification and geochemical significance of some aromatic components of coal

@inproceedings{White1980IdentificationAG,
  title={Identification and geochemical significance of some aromatic components of coal},
  author={Curt M. White and Milton L. Lee},
  year={1980}
}
Abstract The aromatic fraction of a Homestead, Kentucky, coal extract was analyzed by combined gas chromatography-mass spectrometry using glass capillary columns. The aromatic fraction was further analyzed by gas chromatography using sulfur specific flame photometric detection. Seventy-eight compounds were identified, some of which have been traced to their possible biological origins. Sulfur-containing aromatic compounds are thought to originate from reaction of elemental sulfur or pyrite with… CONTINUE READING

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