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Title: Geochemical Characteristics of the Bismuth and Antimony Occurrence in Some Coal Seams in the Lublin Coal Basin (LCB)
Other Titles: Geochemiczna charakterystyka występowania bizmutu i antymonu w niektórych pokładach węgla Lubelskiego Zagłębia Węglowego (LZW)
Authors: Parzentny, Henryk R.
Róg, Leokadia
Keywords: Bismuth and antimony; bituminous coal; coal seams; Lublin Coal Basin
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Archives of Mining Sciences, Vol. 62, iss. 2 (2017), s. 313-324
Abstract: The study included 24 samples of coal with 7 cores, boreholes (7 coal seams), made by the Polish Geological Institute in Warsaw at the site of a Chelm field and 6 coal samples taken from 2 decks in the Lublin Coal mine „Bogdanka“ S.A. in LCB. Based on performed tests found generally low levels of Sb and Bi in coal. In the vertical profile of the LCB contents of Bi and Sb in coal generally increases from coal seams younger to older age. Content of Bi in coal from roof part coal seams is usually higher, and ash content in the coal content of Sb are generally lower than in the carbon of the middle part decks. The content of Bi in the lateral coal deposits is unlikely to vary, and the gap in the coal content of Bi between the sampling regions coal do not exceed 1.7 g / Mg. In contrast gap Sb content in coal on the extent LCB is from 1.7 g / Mg of 5.8 g / Mg. The biggest influence on the content of Bi and Sb in coal from the LCB is probably organic matter in which these elements are scattered and do not form their own minerals.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12128/3789
DOI: 10.1515/amsc-2017-0024
ISSN: 0860-7001
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