"non-bituminous coal," 1812, earlier (c. 1600) a type of ruby-like gem described by Pliny, from Latin anthracites "bloodstone, semi-precious gem," from Greek anthrakites "coal-like," from anthrax (genitive anthrakos) "live coal" (see anthrax). Related: Anthractic (adj.).
1. Not until 1916 did the UMW finally win recognition from the anthracite operators.
2. The organic affinity of trace elements decreases further in anthracite.
3. Anthracite char has poor pore structure and small specific surface area.
4. Taixi anthracite with high quality calcining is also suitable raw material.
5. To anthracite, adopting off - line type CDC calciner is more reasonable.