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by-products of coal-gas manufacture.

Kurt Reinhold Lange

by-products of coal-gas manufacture.

Tr. from the German by Chas. Salter

by Kurt Reinhold Lange

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Published by Scott, Greenwood in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gas manufacture and works -- By-products

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTP755 L313
    The Physical Object
    Pagination155p.
    Number of Pages155
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17152259M

    Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Kurt Lange books online. Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million titles. We use cookies to give you the best possible experience. The By-Products of Coal-Gas Manufacture. Tr. from the German by Chas. Salter. Kurt . manufacture goods and to power steamships and railroad engines. By the time of the American Civil War, people also used coal to make iron and steel. And by the end of the s, people began using coal to make electricity. Today, coal provides percent of America’s energy needs. percent of our electricity comes from coal-fired power.

    The ten "ingredients" listed in this article are not intended as an exclusive list. The major fossil fuels (oil, coal, gas) each use hundreds, if not thousands, of chemicals—often not disclosed—many of which are highly dangerous to human health. Attempting a comprehensive list of all the harmful chemicals used willingly by the oil, coal and. Since the by-products are not recovered, the process is called Non-Recovery cokemaking. In one case, the waste gas exits into a waste heat recovery boiler (Figure 3) which converts the excess heat into steam for power generation; hence, the process is called Heat Recovery cokemaking.

    The most common by-products of corn milling are normally used for animal feeding. The feed by-products diverge according to dry matter, protein, fat, fi ber, and energy. Prior to the development of natural gas supplies and transmission systems (during s and s in the US and the late s and s in the UK), virtually all fuel and lighting gas used in both the United States and Great Britain was manufactured from coal. Gas was often supplied to households via a municipally owned piped distribution system.


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By-products. The by-products of coal gas manufacture included coke, coal tar, sulfur and ammonia and these were all useful products.

Dyes, medicines such as sulfa drugs, saccharine, and dozens of organic compounds are made from coal tar. [citation needed] Coke. Coke is used as a smokeless fuel and for the manufacture of water gas and producer gas. The Production of Gas from Coal and the Manufacture of By-Products – From Extraction to Distribution.

Coal is one of the most useful fossil fuels. It has many applications such as producing heat for households, firing industrial generators, manufacturing cast iron, etc. It can also be produced in the industry to obtain products like coke, tar and coal gas. These by-products are beneficial to us too.

The history of gaseous fuel, by-products of coal-gas manufacture. book for lighting, heating, and cooking purposes throughout most of the 19th century and the first half of the 20th century, began with the development of analytical and pneumatic chemistry in the 18th century.

The manufacturing process for "synthetic fuel gases" (also known as "manufactured fuel gas", "manufactured gas" or simply "gas") typically consisted of.

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Dyes, medicines, including sulfa drugs, saccharin and many organic compounds are therefore derived from coal gas. Coke is used as a smokeless fuel and for the manufacture. Thousands of products are made with coal or coal by-products, including aspirins, soap, dyes, solvents, plastics, and fibers such as rayon or nylon.

Coal is an important ingredient in production of products that require activated carbon, carbon fiber or silicon metal. Activated carbon is an essential ingredient in the production of air. By-products. The by-products of coal gas manufacture included coke, coal tar, sulfur and ammonia and these were all useful products.

Dyes, medicines such as sulfa drugs, saccharine, and dozens of organic compounds are made from coal tar. [citation needed] Coke. Coke is used as a smokeless fuel and for the manufacture of water gas and producer. For example in coke manufacturing, coal gas is obtained as a by-product.

This coal gas may be used as fuel within the organization for heating purposes instead of buying gas from outside.

The cost of gas so saved would be the opportunity cost or replacement cost of the by-product used for internal purposes.

From Mitcham News & Mercury 12th May, "The Manufacture of Gas" was the subject of a very interesting address given, at the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Mitcham, held on Monday at the "White Hart" Hotel, Mitcham.

The speaker, was Rotarian Edward Pellew-Harvey, of the Wandsworth and District Gas Co., and a. 1)When coal is heated in the absence of air,then coal gas and coal tar are eliminated,and coke is left behind as a black residue.

2)Coke is an almost pure form of is 98% carbon. 3)It is mainly used as a reducing agent in the extraction of metals. 4)It is used in the manufacture. Coal Gas Coal gas is a mixture of gases i.e. hydrogen, methane, carbon monoxide and volatile hydrocarbons procured by the destructive distillation of coal.

It is a flammable gas and is made from coal which supplied via a piped system and is obtained from coal in the absence of air and contains nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Manufacture of low- and medium-Btu gas is expected to play a major role in high-efficiency power generation systems, as a source of syngas and hydrogen for manufacture of coal-based liquid fuels, and for production of industrial chemicals.

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The by-products of coal-gas manufacture Item Preview remove-circle. Variety of Prussian blue, so called from its origin in certain by-products of coal gas manufacture. Uses: The by-products obtained from coal tar are used in manufacturing of synthetic dyes, drugs, explosives, perfumes, etc.

Interestingly, naphthalene balls used to repel moths and other insects are also obtained from coal tar. (c) Coal Gas It is obtained during the coal is processed to obtain the coke. A fascinating work on this now defunct industry with pages of text covering: 'History of the Introduction of Lighting by Coal-Gas'; 'Chemistry in the Manufacture of Coal- Gas'; its 'Generation' 'Carburation' & 'Analysis'; 'Coal': (Collieries in the U.K./types of coal/experiments on cola products); 'Advantages of Gas'; 'Retorts'; 'Condensers'; 'Exhausters'; 'Purification'; Tanks & Gas.Dedicated November 6,at Eastman Chemical Company in Kingsport, Tennessee.

Commemorative Booklet (PDF) The Chemicals from Coal Facility of Eastman Chemical Company was the first in the United States to use coal rather than petroleum as a raw material in the commercial production of acetyl chemicals — important building blocks in the synthesis of a wide range of consumer products.By-products.

The by-products of coal gas manufacture included coke, coal tar, sulfur and ammonia and these were all useful products. Dyes, medicines such as sulfa drugs, saccharine and sugar free soda drink, and dozens of organic compounds are made from coal gas.

Coke. Coke is used as a smokeless fuel and for the manufacture of water gas and.