Probing coal architecture by magnetic resonance microscopy.

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Time-resolved MRM investigations of a well-characterized suite of cross-linked polymers have yielded information on the nature of the solvent transport dynamics and mechanical relaxation of the networks. Network response parameters were then used to assess the macroscopic properties and cross-link densities of polymers with the degree of curing. This new approach is presently being developed to elucidate the complex macromolecular nature of coals and the variation with coal rank.

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Botto, R. E.; Clifford, D. J. & Gregory, D. M. February 24, 1999.

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Time-resolved MRM investigations of a well-characterized suite of cross-linked polymers have yielded information on the nature of the solvent transport dynamics and mechanical relaxation of the networks. Network response parameters were then used to assess the macroscopic properties and cross-link densities of polymers with the degree of curing. This new approach is presently being developed to elucidate the complex macromolecular nature of coals and the variation with coal rank.

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  • International Symposium on Fundamentals for Innovative Coal Utilization, Sapporo (JP), 02/02/1999--02/04/1999

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Botto, R. E.; Clifford, D. J. & Gregory, D. M. Probing coal architecture by magnetic resonance microscopy., article, February 24, 1999; Illinois. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc621969/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.