This important work by H. L. Olin and Samuel Wilson Parr focuses on the coking of coal at low temperatures, exploring the chemical processes involved and the by-products that result. The book is a valuable resource for researchers and scientists interested in modern industrial processes and energy production. The Coking of Coal at Low Temperatures with a Preliminary Study of the By-Products is an essential read for anyone seeking to understand this critical aspect of coal technology.
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