is the only element that displayed a relationship between content in the
coal and rank of the coal. Volatile
matter on a moisture, mineral-matter-free basis shows a distinct relationship
with Boron content. Low and medium volatile bituminous rank coals in the
eastern parts of the northern and southern coalfields contained <20
ppm with higher B values in coals to the west and north where coal rank
is high volatile bituminous.
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