Environmental Aspects of Trace Elements in Coal by D.J. SwaineEnvironmental Aspects of Trace Elements in Coal by D.J. Swaine

Environmental Aspects of Trace Elements in Coal

EditorD.J. Swaine, F. Goodarzi

Paperback | December 15, 2010

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The trace elements in coal play an important role in its mining, treatment and usage. This book is a unique blend of relevant information on the 24 trace elements of environmental interest. Major emphasis is on background matters (content, geology, modes of occurrence) and to practical aspects (beneficiation, combustion, effects in emission control systems). Other topics dealt with in detail are the transport and dispersion of plumes, deposition from the atmosphere around a power station, leaching from coal ash, and mineland reclamation. In contrast to other publications, this book is an up-to-date, balanced account of the overall situation. Audience: Coal scientists and technologists involved in the environmental aspects of coal production and use, and regulatory bodies.
Title:Environmental Aspects of Trace Elements in CoalFormat:PaperbackDimensions:322 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0 inPublished:December 15, 2010Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048146062

ISBN - 13:9789048146062

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Table of Contents

Preface. 1. General introduction; D.J. Swaine, F. Goodarzi. 2. The contents and some related aspects of trace elements in coals; D.J. Swaine. 3. Modes of occurrence of environmentally-sensitive trace elements in coal; R.B. Finkelman. 4. Geology of trace elements in coal; F. Goodarzi. 5. The effects of weathering and natural heating on trace elements of coal; F. Goodarzi. 6. The redistribution of trace elements during the beneficiation of coal; D.J. Akers. 7. The distribution of trace elements during the combustion of coal; R. Meij. 8. The fate of trace elements in emission control systems; L.B. Clarke. 9. The transport and dispersion of plumes from tall stacks; J.N. Carras. 10. The deposition of trace elements in the environs of a power station; W.C. Godbeer, D.J. Swaine. 11. The formation, composition and utilisation of fly ash; D.J. Swaine. 12. The leaching of major and trace elements from coal ash; D. R. Jones. 13. Microbial influences during mining and usage of coal; W.S. Fyfe et al. 14. Mine-land reclamation: the fate of trace elements in arid and semi-arid areas; L.P. Gough, R.C. Severson. 15. Overall summary; D.J. Swaine, F. Goodarzi.