liptinite


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liptinite

[′lip·tə‚nīt]
(geology)
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The Tertiary coals are humic and generally dominated by vitrinite, with significant amounts of liptinite and low amounts of inertinite macerals.
GOS consists of more than 50% liptinite, 20-50% huminite, and 0-20% inertinite maceral groups and is characterized by high organic content.
Oil shales are usually rich in the liptinite maceral that yields commercial amounts of oil upon heating (retorting).
The organic material consists mainly of liptinite, huminite and prebitumen.
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].
Goynuk oil shale (GOS) is extremely rich in oil [2] and is composed of liptinite (> 50 vol.