Trace element emissions from coal

@inproceedings{Nalbandian2012TraceEE,
  title={Trace element emissions from coal},
  author={Hermin{\'e} Nalbandian},
  year={2012}
}
Trace elements are emitted during coal combustion. The quantity, in general, depends on the physical and chemical properties of the element itself, the concentration of the element in the coal, the combustion conditions and the type of particulate control device used, and its collection efficiency as a function of particle size. Some trace elements become concentrated in certain particle streams following combustion such as bottom ash, fly ash, and flue gas particulate matter, while others do… CONTINUE READING

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