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Bergius

Friedrich (Karl Rudolph) . 1884-- 1949, German chemist, who invented a process for producing oil by high-pressure hydrogenation of coal: Nobel prize for chemistry 1931
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According to the company, both Bergius and Ruthberg, have concluded that their decision is the best alternative for the company, given the current situation.
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In addition to the limited refined products based on crude oil, Germany in 1944 was producing liquid refined fuel from coal, using the Bergius hydrogenation process and the Fischer-Tropsch synthesis process.
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The Bergius process for direct conversion of coal to liquids was patented in 1913/1919 [3].
The latter technique was developed early in the 20th Century with the aim of understanding the mechanisms of coal formation (Bergius and Specht 1913; Berl and Schmidt 1932), as the process of low-temperature HTC is considered to simulate natural coalification at accelerated rates (Hu et al.
Aprendizagem e um conceito que sintetiza a aquisicao prolongada de experiencias, que fazem com que o individuo tenha diferentes opcoes de comportamento, manifestando-os nas suas acoes, quando ele enfrenta exigencias como as do esporte (Greco e Benda, 1998), assim, pode-se dizer que, aprendizagem e o nome coletivo para designar diversos processos de conduta atraves da experiencia (Bergius, 1985).
making it from coal through the Fischer-Tropsch or the Bergius or the