inertinite


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inertinite

[i′nərt·ən‚īt]
(geology)
A carbon-rich maceral group, which includes micrinite, sclerotinite, fusinite, and semifusinite.
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The PS is a poor quality source rock with kerogen types II/III, consisting of inertinite, algal, herbaceous and woody material.
The Tertiary coals are humic and generally dominated by vitrinite, with significant amounts of liptinite and low amounts of inertinite macerals.
Guo Y, Bustin RM (1998) FTIR spectroscopy and reflectance of modern charcoal and fungal decayed woods: Implications for studies of Inertinite in coals.
The Productive Series (PS) is said to be a poor quality source rock with kerogen types II/III, consisting of inertinite, algal, herbaceous and woody material.
The behaviour of inertinite macerals under pulverised fuel (pf) combustion conditions.
GOS consists of more than 50% liptinite, 20-50% huminite, and 0-20% inertinite maceral groups and is characterized by high organic content.
The purpose of testing was to determine the percentage of the total organic components of rocks and the proportion of sapropel component, exinite, vitrinite and inertinite in the total organic matter.
The PS is said to be a poor quality source rock with kerogen types II/III, consisting of inertinite, algal, herbaceous and woody material.
Difference in chemical composition of carbon disulfide-extractable fraction between vitrinite and inertinite from Shenfu-Dongsheng and Pingshuo coals // Fuel.
The Himmetoglu oil shale seam consists of more than 50% liptinite, 20-50% huminite and 0-20% inertinite maceral groups and is characterized by its high organic content [38].
Coaly materials including vitrinite and inertinite are present in varied amounts; both are derived from humic matter of land plants and have moderate and high reflectance, respectively, under the microscope.
huminite (20-50 vol%) and inertinite (0-20 vol%) maceral groups [3].