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Microscopy of the resin rodlets of Illinois coal

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Gums and resins., Coal -- Illinois., Coal -- Anal



Other titlesResin rodlets of Illinois coal.
Statement[by] Robert M. Kosanke [and] John A. Harrison.
ContributionsHarrison, John Albert, joint author.
LC ClassificationsQE105 .A45 no. 234
The Physical Object
Pagination14 p.
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Open LibraryOL213423M
LC Control Numbera 57009857

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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kosanke, Robert M. (Robert Max). Microscopy of the resin rodlets of Illinois coal. Urbana, Ill.: State of Illinois, Dept. of Registration and Education, Division of the State Geological Survey, Bibliography: p.

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Catalog No. Publication Title Author Year Price View Online ; C Microscopy of the resin rodlets of Illinois coal: Robert M. Kosanke, John A. Harrison. Microscopy of the resin rodlets of Illinois coal By Robert M. (Robert Max) Kosanke and joint author.

Resin rodlets occur in Illinois coals as translucent, transi- tional, or opaque entities. Therefore, both transmitted -light and reflected-light microscopy were used in this investigation.

These methods revealed that the resin rodlets may be with or without vesicles, or. These vitrinite reflectances indicate either subbituminous A or high-volatile C bituminous coal. The rodlets fluoresce dull gray yellow to dull yellow.

The scanning electron microscope (SEM) and light microscope reveal the presence of swirl-like features in the rodlet by: Carolyn L. Thompson's 6 research works with 95 citations and reads, including: Microscopy of sclerotinites in the coal beds of the central part of the Appalachian coal field, U.S.A.

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The resin rodlets studied by us are noncellular and appear to be similar in properties and origin to those found in coal beds of the Middle and Upper Pennsylvanian of the Illinois basin. The resin rodlets extracted from the Pomeroy coal bed exhibit high relief and high reflectance when polished and viewed in reflected light; they are opaque in transmitted light.

SUMMARY Rodlets from fusain and carbominerite bands Microscopy of the resin rodlets of Illinois coal book lenses in bituminous coal beds of the central part of the Appalachian coal field in the eastern United States were studied in three dimensions Cited by: coal. Early in their developmlent, some vanian) in Illinois (6).

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Xylem, scleren-chyma, resin rodlets associated with sclerenchyma, and parenchymal tissues resin rodlets had reflectances from to percent and the strands of scle-renchyma had reflectances from to by: International Journal of Coal Geology, 21 () Elsevier Science Publishers B.V., Amsterdam Discussion Resino-inertinites of Indian Permian Coals their origin, genesis and classification Comment J.W.

Beeston Department of Resource Industries, Queensland, GPO BoxBrisbane,Australia Misra, Singh and Navale () highlighted a coal constituent that has been a source of Cited by: 5. Rodlets, occurring in shale and coal (uppermost Berriasian to middle Aptian, Lower Cretaceous), were identified from drill cuttings taken from depths between ft ( m) ft ( m) in the Texaco et al., Federal BlockNo.

2 well, in the Baltimore Canyon Trough. Under the binocular microscope, most of the rodlets appear black, but a few are reddish brown, or brownish and. Search for other works by this author on: GSWCited by: 3. Abstract.

Organic geochemical studies of coals provide an ideal opportunity for the combination of petrological methods with chemical procedures, since appropriate microscopical techniques will usually establish the presence of many of the petrographic constituents, even in severely altered by: Hand specimens of resinite coal are matt or semimatt and in coals of low rank are brown or brownish-black.

On fractures perpendicular to the bedding, the resin bodies appear rounded, black, and lustrous; in the bedding planes themselves they frequently appear as matt rodlets.

Resinite coals frequently are high in ash. Ref: IHCP. lower limit imposed by the resolving power of the microscope, humic degradation matter, resin rodlets, and resins classified as red resins in transmitted light studies.

All spore coats, cuticles, and yellow resins were considered as exinite. Semi-fusinite consisted of. Metallurgical coke research at Illinois State Geological Survey: Harold W.

Jackman: Out of print: NA: RI Metamorphism of coal by peridotite dikes in southern Illinois: Kenneth E. Clegg: Out of print: K pdf: OFS The microscope reveals coal's hidden beauty as well as its organic composition.

Coal seams form from thick accumulations of plant debris, usually deposited in a swamp. The tiny particles of plant debris and swamp sediment give a spectacular show of color when viewed through the microscope. Coal - Coal - Structure and properties of coal: The plant material from which coal is derived is composed of a complex mixture of organic compounds, including cellulose, lignin, fats, waxes, and tannins.

As peat formation and coalification proceed, these compounds, which have more or less open structures, are broken down, and new compounds—primarily aromatic (benzenelike) and hydroaromatic.

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