coal-tar pitch


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coal-tar pitch

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(Elements & Compounds) a residue left by the distillation of coal tar: a mixture of hydrocarbons and finely divided carbon used as a binder for fuel briquettes, road surfaces, and carbon electrodes
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Oshika and Okuwaki [13] examined the [O.sub.2] oxidation of coal-tar pitch in alkaline solution and found that plenty of benzene polycarboxylic acids were produced.
Patrakov, "Properties of silicon-containing carbon materials prepared using coal-tar pitch," Solid Fuel Chemistry, vol.