4 edition of The abundance of zinc and cadmium in sphalerite-bearing coals in Illinois found in the catalog.
The abundance of zinc and cadmium in sphalerite-bearing coals in Illinois
Illinois State Geological Survey
|Statement||James C. Cobb ... [et al.].|
|Series||Illinois mineral note ;, 74, Illinois minerals note ;, 74.|
|Contributions||Cobb, James C.|
|LC Classifications||TN24.I3 I48 no. 74, TP326.U5 I48 no. 74|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||28 p. :|
|Number of Pages||28|
|LC Control Number||80622960|
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Abundance of zinc and cadmium in sphalerite-bearing coals in Illinois. Urbana, Ill.: Illinois State Geological Survey, (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: James C Cobb; Illinois State Geological Survey.
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Cobb. J.C. Cobb, J.D. Steele, C.G. TreworgyThe abundance of zinc and cadmium in sphalerite-bearing coals in Illinois Illinois Geological Survey Illinois Mineral, 74 () Google ScholarCited by: Arsenic, cadmium, lead, and zinc contents and distributions are discussed in two major Pennsylvanian coal beds in Indiana: the Danville Coal Member and the Springfield Coal Member.
Arsenic contents of the Danville and Springfield coals show similar ranges from to 43 ppm for the Danville Coal and 1 to 50 ppm for the Springfield Coal, with an average of. Abstract. Coal will be a major energy source in the United States and in many other countries well into the 21st century.
Although coal is composed predominantly of organic matter, inorganic constituents in coal commonly attract more attention and Cited by: Abstract. Occurrences of galena and sphalerite associated with coal seams are described. The sources of lead, zinc and sulphur and mechanisms for the formation of galena and sphalerite associated with coals, either dispersed or in cleats and the like, are by: 4.
The Clarke values of lead calculated by Ketris and Yudovich are ± for world brown coals, ± for world hard coals, and for all coals (Ketris and Yudovich ). J.C. Cobb, J.D. Steele, C.G. TreworgyThe abundance of zinc and cadmium in sphalerite-bearing coals in Illinois Illinois Geological Survey Illinois Mineral Note, 74 Cited by: 4.
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