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Research from University of Porto in the Area of Minerals Described
May 27th, 2011
According to recent research from Oporto, Portugal, "The aim of this study is the optical and structural (micro-Raman spectroscopy and X-ray diffraction) characterization of particles formed during the high temperature treatment (HIT) of anthracites. Two anthracites of different rank, from the Penarroya-Belmez-Espiel Basin (PBEB, Spain) (Rr = 2.62%), and the Douro Basin (DB, Portugal) (Rr = 6.25%), were carbonized at 1000 degrees C in a tube furnace, under nitrogen flow, and then treated at temperatures of 2000 degrees C and 2500 degrees C, in a graphite furnace."
"After treatment at these high temperatures, the residues obtained show various graphite structures, namely,...
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Source: Energy Weekly News (2011-05-27)