Origin of the Boghead Coals. by United States Geological Survey

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Help Help, opens a new window. A variety of bituminous or subbituminous coal resembling cannel coal in appearance and behavior during combustion. It is characterized by a high percentage of algal remains and volatile matter. Upon distillation it gives exceptionally high yields of tar and oil.

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Authors: Thiessen, Reinhardt ; Publication Date: ; Publisher: U.S. Geological Survey ; Ordering Info: This publication is out of print. Moore () reviewed cannel coal and boghead coal (torbanite). Sapropelic coals formed by the degradation of standard coal-peat swamp materials and the addition of other remains, such as algae and wind- or water-borne spores, perhaps in the quiet waters.

Distribution of Boghead Algae in Illinois Basin Coal Beds (Classic Reprint): Peppers, Russel A.: : BooksAuthor: Russel A. Peppers.

Sapropelic coal, hydrogen-rich coal, including cannel coal and boghead coal (see Origin of the Boghead Coals. book, derived from sapropels (loose deposits of sedimentary rock rich in hydrocarbons) and characterized by a dull black, sometimes waxy lustre.

Sapropelic coals are rich in liptinites (microscopic organic matter derived from waxy or resinous plant parts) and have high yields of volatile matter.

boghead coal, algal coal, gélosic coal, tomite, sapromyxite, algae coal; kerosine shale [New South Wales] [A sapropelic coal resembling cannel coal in its physical properties, but consisting dominantly of algal matter rather than spores] Bogheadkohle f, Algenkohle.

On some of the products of the destructive distillation of Boghead Coal. Part I. Published: () > short treatise on the destructive distillation of bituminous coal: with reference to the United-Otto-System of by-product coke ovens / Published: ().

COAL: Derived from SANSKRIT root KALA means black. Coal is known in different terms in different countries. Sweden: KOL German: KOHLE Anglo-Saxon:COLE Hindi: KOELA. ORIGIN OF COAL IS VEGETATIVE. COAL NOT A MINERAL, RATHER CONSIDERED AS ROCK. COAL Sapropelic coal. Boghead coal Cannel coal.

Another two types of coal: 1. Paper coal 2. Coloured coal. Origin of coal: Although there are divergent opinions about details, there seems to be a general agreement on the main processes involved in the formation of coal.

The vegetation, the like of which may not be seen of two types, 1) the cannel coals and 2) the boghead coals. Cannel coal, type of hydrogen-rich, sapropelic coal characterized by a dull black, sometimes waxy lustre. It was formerly called candle coal because it lights easily and burns with a bright, smoky flame.

Cannel coal consists of micrinites, macerals of the exinite group, and certain inorganic materials (see maceral).Cannel coal usually occurs at the top or bottom of other coals, though it. @misc{etde_, title = {Oil shales of the world, their origin, occurrence and exploitation} author = {Russell, P L} abstractNote = {Oil shales and shale oil were known and used by historic man.

These materials, under one name or another are found all over the world, and new deposits are reported frequently. Worldwide resources are very large and a rough estimate indicates that oil shales.

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Origin of boghead coal First recorded in –40; named after Boghead, Scotland Words nearby boghead coal boggle, boggler, boggle the mind, boggy, Boghazköy, boghead coal, bog hole, bogie, bog in, bog-iron ore, bogle. Origin of boghead coals: U.S. Geological Survey Professional Paper () Van Hoeven et al., W Van Hoeven, P Haug, A.L Burlingame, M Calvin Hydrocarbons from Australian oil, years old.

Distribution of boghead algae in Illinois Basin coal beds by Russel A Buy this book. Better World Books; Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by ImportBot. Aug | History. An edition of Distribution of boghead algae in Illinois Basin coal beds () Distribution of boghead algae in Illinois.

Discovery and Origin of Names Coal has been known from ancient times, even though earliest reference relating to the use of coal as a fuel is found in the book on ‘Stones’, by Greek philosopher Theophrastus, coals, sometimes known as cannel or boghead coals, were deposited under anaerobic conditions as subaquatic organic.

Boghead coal definition is - a cannel coal in which algal remains predominate and which is valuable as a source of paraffin oils and gas. They are usually more abundant in the Appalachian coals than any other U.S. coals except cannel and boghead types where they dominate.

At a reflectance of most of the liptinite macerals disappear from coal. Cannel and Boghead coals are petrographically distinguished from humic coals by both their maceral composition and texture. Cannel coal or candle coal is a type of bituminous coal, also classified as terrestrial type oil shale.

Due to its physical morphology and low mineral content cannel coal is considered to be coal but by its texture and composition of the organic matter it is considered to be oil shale.

Although historically the term cannel coal has been used interchangeably with boghead coal, a more recent. Scotch Boghead coal schottische Bogheadkohle f. Scotch Boghead coal schottische Bogheadkohle f. Skip to main content Skip to Search within book.

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Related Titles. Series: Circular (Illinois State Geological Survey) By. Peppers, Russel Allen, Harvey, Richard D. (Richard David), Illinois State Geological Survey. Type. Book Material. Published material. Publication info. Torbanite, also known as boghead coal or channel coal, is a variety of fine-grained black oil shale.

It usually occurs as lenticular masses, often associated with deposits of Permian coals. Torbanite is classified as lacustrine type oil shale. Torbanite is named after Torbane Hill near Bathgate in Scotland, its main location of occurrence. Soft coal comes nearer to amorphous carbon.

Boghead appears to be of an entirely different character (Fig. 5, magnified X). It is easily reduced to a thin transparent plate, and shows itself to be formed of a multitude of very small lenses, differing in size and shape, and much more transparent than the bands that separate them.

Some of the coals from the boreholes were alternatively referred to as boghead coal (Helland, ) and cannel coal (Friis, ), due to the morphological and chemical similarity with these coal types, and in spite of the high ash content.

The high ash. Boghead originated in the early 19th century around the old Blackwood Estate. Blackwood estate provided farming work for local families and the original inhabitants of the village used to work there.

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Unusual Coals Found Rarely High H2 content Does not fall in any category Channelcoal: Unusual Coals Also known as boghead coal Rich in parafin oil Does not fall in any category Torbanites: Analysis of Coal Proximateanalysis Ultimate analysis Heating/Calorific value Proximate analysis 1.

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Noun []. boghead coal (usually uncountable, plural boghead coals). torbanite. Bituminous coal or black coal is a relatively soft coal containing a tarlike substance called bitumen or is of higher quality than lignite coal but of poorer quality than ion is usually the result of high pressure being exerted on lignite.

Its coloration can be black or sometimes dark brown; often there are well-defined bands of bright and dull material within the. When they are found in high concentrations with charcoal and mineral matter, it suggests swamp conditions where the woody material decayed away and the more resistant materials accumulated.

This image represents a view of coal that is about four millimeters wide. Enlarge image. Boghead coal: The coal shown in this view is known as "boghead coal. Answer: Burning coals are mentioned several times in Scripture, usually referring to the literal red-hot coals of a fire (John ).

However, Proverbs –22 has a reference to burning coals that is probably not literal: “If your enemy is hungry, give. TYPES OF COAL: Depending on the origin, coals have been grouped in to (a) Sapropelic coal, and (b) Humic coals.

(a) Sapropelic Coal: Sapropelic coals are formed by putrefaction process. These coals are essentially non-banded in character and are rich in resins, waxes or fats and therefore richer in hydrogen than the humic coals.Fine grained coal, faintly bedded to homogeneous and massive.Coal explores Audre Lorde’s identities as a black woman, mother, wife, and lover of women.

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