high-volatile bituminous coal

high-volatile bituminous coal

[′hī ¦väl·əd·əl bə¦tü·mə·nəs ′kōl]
(geology)
A bituminous coal composed of more than 31% volatile matter.
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For example, part of the mold was filled with a high-volatile bituminous coal, and the balance filled with a low-volatile bituminous coal.
"In the Pacific Rim, about 52 percent of consumption uses high-volatile bituminous coal,' he adds.
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