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Treating effluents; recovering coal, etc

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Abstract

Liquor obtained by scrubbing coal gas with sea-water or fresh water, and containing or having added to it finely-divided carbonaceous material in suspension, is subjected to a froth-flotation process to recover the carbonaceous matter and organic materials in the froth, and render the remaining liquor innocuous. Liquor obtained by scrubbing distillation gases, such as coal gas, may be used as a frothing-agent in a froth flotation process for the recovery of carbonaceous substances such as coal from materials containing them, thereby producing a froth containing the coal, etc., and also the organic materials from the liquor. In some cases the effluent may be diluted with sea-water, and, in recovering carbonaceous shales, there may be added to the liquor a small proportion of paraffin oil.
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Publication Date:
Feb 18, 1920
Product Type:
Patent
Report Number:
GB 165144
Reference Number:
EDB-79-023258
Subject:
01 COAL, LIGNITE, AND PEAT; CARBONACEOUS MATERIALS; RECOVERY; COAL GAS; SCRUBBING; FLOTATION; POWDERS; SEAWATER; FLUIDS; GASES; HYDROGEN COMPOUNDS; OXYGEN COMPOUNDS; SEPARATION PROCESSES; WATER; 010400* - Coal, Lignite, & Peat- Processing
OSTI ID:
6623468
Country of Origin:
United Kingdom
Language:
English
Submitting Site:
TIC
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Pages: v
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Citation Formats

Jones, F B, and Bury, E. Treating effluents; recovering coal, etc. United Kingdom: N. p., 1920. Web.
Jones, F B, & Bury, E. Treating effluents; recovering coal, etc. United Kingdom.
Jones, F B, and Bury, E. 1920. "Treating effluents; recovering coal, etc." United Kingdom.
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title = {Treating effluents; recovering coal, etc}
author = {Jones, F B, and Bury, E}
abstractNote = {Liquor obtained by scrubbing coal gas with sea-water or fresh water, and containing or having added to it finely-divided carbonaceous material in suspension, is subjected to a froth-flotation process to recover the carbonaceous matter and organic materials in the froth, and render the remaining liquor innocuous. Liquor obtained by scrubbing distillation gases, such as coal gas, may be used as a frothing-agent in a froth flotation process for the recovery of carbonaceous substances such as coal from materials containing them, thereby producing a froth containing the coal, etc., and also the organic materials from the liquor. In some cases the effluent may be diluted with sea-water, and, in recovering carbonaceous shales, there may be added to the liquor a small proportion of paraffin oil.}
place = {United Kingdom}
year = {1920}
month = {Feb}
}