By Wilson L. Orr, Curt M. White
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Geochemistry of sulfur in coal / C.-L. Chou --
Environmental features of the combustion of sulfur-bearing fuels / B. Manowitz and F.W. Lipfert --
Polysulfide reactions within the formation of organosulfur and different natural compounds within the geosphere / Robert T. LaLonde --
Isolation of sulfur compounds from petroleum / O.P. Strausz, E.M. Lown, and J.D. Payzant --
Microbial metabolism of organosulfur compounds in petroleum / Phillip M. Fedorak --
Geochemistry of natural and inorganic sulfur in historic and sleek Lacustrine environments : case reports of freshwater and saline lakes / Michele L. Tuttle, Cynthia A. Rice, and Martin B. Goldhaber --
Characterization of natural subject in sulfur-rich lacustrine sediments of Miocene Age (Nördlinger Ries, southern Germany) / Jürgen Rullkötter, Ralf Littke, and Rainer G. Schaefer --
Incorporation of sulfur into contemporary natural subject in a carbonate setting (Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates) / F. Kenig and A.Y. Huc --
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Elemental sulfur in bituminous coals / Leon M. inventory and Ryszard Wolny --
Multiple-heteroatom-containing sulfur compounds in a excessive sulfur coal / Randall E. Winans and Paul H. Neill --
Organosulfur ingredients in Rasa coal / Curt M. White, L.J. Douglas, R.R. Anderson, C.E. Schmidt, and R.J. grey --
Distribution of organic-sulfur-containing constructions in excessive natural sulfur coals / R.J. Torres-Ordoñez, W.H. Calkins, and M.T. Klein --
Characterization of natural sulfur compounds in coals and coal macerals / Stephen R. Palmer, Edwin J. Hippo, Michael A. Kruge, and John C. Crelling --
Spatial edition of natural sulfur in coal / Elizabeth Ge and Charles Wert --
Characterization of organosulfur compounds in Oklahoma coals by way of pyrolysis-gas chromatography / Allen J. Bakel, R. Paul Philp, and A. Galvez-Sinibaldi --
Coal desulfurization by means of programmed-temperature pyrolysis and oxidation / Jean-Paul Boudou --
Nature and geochemistry of sulfur-containing compounds in Alberta petroleums / O.P. Strausz, E.M. Lown, and J.D. Payzant --
identity of alkylthiophenes taking place within the geosphere by way of synthesis of real criteria / T.M. Peakman and A.C. Kock-van Dalen --
natural sulfur compounds and different biomarkers as signs of palaeosalinity / Jan W. de Leeuw and Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté --
Alkylthiophenes as delicate signs of palaeoenvironmental alterations : a research of a Cretaceous oil shale from Jordan / Mathieu E.L. Kohnen, Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté, W. Irene C. Rijpstra, and Jan W. de Leeuw --
Characterization of organically sure sulfur in high-molecular-weight, sedimentary natural subject utilizing flash pyrolysis and Raney Ni desulfurization / Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté, Timothy I. Eglinton, W. Irene C. Rijpstra, and Jan W. de Leeuw --
research of maturity-related alterations within the natural sulfur composition of kerogens via flash pyrolysis-gas chromatography / Timothy I. Eglinton, Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté, Mathieu E.L. Kohnen, Jan W. de Leeuw, Steve R. Larter, and Richard L. persistence --
Isotopic examine of coal-associated hydrogen sulfide / J.W. Smith and R. Phillips --
Pyrolysis of high-sulfur Monterey kerogens : strong isotopes of sulfur, carbon, and hydrogen / Erdem F. Idiz, Eli Tannenbaum, and Isaac R. Kaplan --
Sulfur isotope facts research of crude oils from the Bolivar coastal fields (Venezuela) / B. Manowitz, H.R. Krouse, C. Barker, and E.T. Premuzic --
Distribution of natural sulfur compounds in Mesozoic and Cenozoic sediments from the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans and the Gulf of California / H. Lo ten Haven, Jürgen Rullkötter, Jaap S. Sinninghe Damsté, and Jan W. de Leeuw --
Carbon isotope fractionation in the course of oxidation of sunshine hydrocarbon gases : relevance to thermochemical sulfate aid in gasoline reservoirs / Y. Kiyosu, H.R. Krouse, and C.A. Viau.
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5 to 5% total sulfur. A coal is classified as low-sulfur, medium-sulfur, or high-sulfur on the basis of its total sulfur content (on an as-received basis) of 1% or less, more than 1% and less than 3%, and 3% or more, respectively (1). The Keystone Coal Industrial Manual (2) is a general reference describing the coal seams and coal quality of each coalproducing state. Forms of Sulfur The major forms of sulfur in coal are pyritic, organic, and sulfate. Pyritic and organic sulfur generally account for the bulk of sulfur in coal.
103). 104-106). Earlier work on the isotopic compositions of pyrite, elemental sulfur, and organic sulfur in coals from Japan, Australia, and Germany (107-110) was summarized by Nielsen (102). 3%o. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1990. 34 42 GEOChemISTRY OF SULFUR IN FOSSIL FUELS isotopic composition of freshwater sulfate since Permian time (110). 2% pyritic sulfur) of Permian basins in Australia showed that both the sulfur content and 5 S value increased in the downstream direction of the fluviodeltaic systeM.
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