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has three coal tar processing bases, namely, Henan headquarters, Shandong Baoshun, and Xinjiang Baoshun, with the first now having coal tar processing capacity of 450 kt/a after closing down 200 kt in 2013, and the latter two each 300 kt/a, which was put into operation in Nov 2011 and May 2013, respectively.
4 Current Situation of Coal Tar Processing in China
Shale oil and low-temperature coal tar are complex compounds, both being rich in alkanes, cyclanes, arenes, as well as nitrogen-, sulfur-, and oxygen-containing non-hydrocarbons, Hence, it is hard to analyze oxygen compounds in question without pretreatment of oils.
However, among paving contractors, even in the same city, there can be diametrically opposing views about the performance, cost, health, and environmental pros and cons of coal tar - and asphalt-based sealers.
Noteworthily, institutional investors widely opine that the joint venture will contribute considerably to Ho Tung's performance, partly because of strong consumer demand for detergents in emerging countries, and partly because of maltha, a side product of coal tar, which can be applied to production of anode materials of lithium materials.
Palm oil magnates, soya barons, coal tar soap makers, Middle Eastern despots: these are the clients of the future.
STRICTLY speaking, there is no such thing as coal tar soap any more and that's because the European Union banned the use of coal tar derivatives in cosmetics.
In the US Pharmacopoeia XX (1980), coal tar is defined as the tar obtained as a by-product during the destructive distillation of bituminous coal [1].
In this article, we prepared polyurethane coatings compounded with 15 kinds of polycyclic aromatic compounds as model coal tar components into a polyurethane system, and we prepared cured coatings on sandblasted steel plates and measured their tensile adhesion strength.
There are also some materials, such as coal tar, that cannot be dealt with on site.
However, the chemical often used to preserve the wood, coal tar creosote, can present some problems.
Sir William Perkin discovered the first aniline dye in 1856, the first famous artificial color to be derived from the distillation of coal tar.