anthracene oil


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anthracene oil

[′an·thrə‚sēn ‚ȯil]
(materials)
A heavy, green oil that is a coal-tar fraction boiling above 270°C; used as a source of anthracene, phenanthrene, and carbazole.
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The second section analyses production of anthracene oil for 2003-2008, including a description of the current standing of its producers, resources base data, production volumes, development plans of company-producers, as well as data on the volumes and destinations of supplies of anthracene oil in recent years.
The third section describes the consumption of anthracene oil and presents a review of key end-uses of the product.
The fourth section of the report forecasts the development of the anthracene oil market.
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