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|Title:||Carbonization of coal pitch with additives|
|Authors:||Sidorov, O. F.|
|Citation:||Sidorov O. F. Carbonization of coal pitch with additives / O. F. Sidorov // Coke and Chemistry. — 2013. — Vol. 56. — № 1. — P. 25-31.|
|Abstract:||The ability of organic and inorganic additives (polyethylene terephthalate, titanium dioxide, finely disperse carbon, petroleum bitumen) to reduce the carcinogenic impact of coal-pitch carbonization is studied. Additives may reduce the quantity of pitch sublimates and their content of carcinogenic polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. Some additives are able to reduce the benz[a]pyrene content in the exhaust gases, but its complete elimination is impossible, since benz[a]pyrene is a natural product of the high-temperature pyrolysis of organic materials. For this reason, additions of petroleum products to coal pitch cannot reduce the benz[a]pyrene emissions in the exhaust gases. © 2013 Allerton Press, Inc.|
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