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Ash content in coal

AppNote XRF1378: predicted ash content in unburned coal

Background

Ash consists of the metal oxides and heavier elements that remain after burning removes the organic, gaseous and volatile components. Coal quality and pricing in part depend on the ash content of the coal, and so predicting ash in coal before burning is important in many areas of the industry. EDXRF offers a fast and simple low-cost method of predicting the % ash content in coal before it is burned.

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