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The evaluation of gases from mine explosions by elemental balancing

The evaluation of gases from mine explosions by elemental balancing

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Published by Mine Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Dept. of Labor in [Arlington, Va.?] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mine gases -- Analysis,
  • Mine explosions

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby L.J.E. Hofer, D.A. Giardino, and Linda F. Zeller
    SeriesIR -- 1231, Information report (United States. Mine Safety and Health Administration) -- 1231
    ContributionsGiardino, Dennis A, Zeiler, Linda F, United States. Mine Safety and Health Administration
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination31 p.
    Number of Pages31
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14997455M

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All the men who Author: Rollin Thomas Chamberlin. Displacement of oxygen by other gases, and consumption by oxidation, including mine fires and explosions. Q: To what extent must the oxygen content be reduced before an explosion of methane and air is impossible.

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Report issued by the Bureau of Mines discussing coal mining gas and dust explosions, specifically those at the Monongah, Darr, and Naomi mines of Pennsylvania and West Virginia.

Studies on mine explosions, as well as methods and analyses Author: Rollin Thomas Chamberlin. v O 2 Depletion – can be deadly; caused by dilution (by other gases) and oxidation (high- & low-temp.) process. ☞ Physiological effects will vary depending on individual. v CO 2 - although part of normal mine air (%), most often found in abandoned & unventilated areas.

A mixture of CO 2 & air => blackdamp ☞ Fatal when displacing O 2File Size: 16KB. Mine gas, any of various harmful vapours produced during mining operations.

The gases are frequently called damps (German Dampf, “vapour”). Firedamp is a gas that occurs naturally in coal seams. The gas is nearly always methane (CH 4) and is highly inflammable and explosive when present in the air in a proportion of 5 to 14 damp, or carbon monoxide (CO), is a particularly.

Application of suitable gases permits rapid sealing of fire zones and to significantly reduce the hazard of gas explosions. However, this practice is generally less effective and more costly than conventional direct fire fighting methods. Suitable gases can be applied to fighting mine fires in the following ways: by reducing the oxygen.

Gas is one of the four fundamental states of matter (the others being solid, liquid, and plasma).A pure gas may be made up of individual atoms (e.g. a noble gas like neon), elemental molecules made from one type of atom (e.g.

oxygen), or compound molecules made from a variety of atoms (e.g. carbon dioxide).A gas mixture, such as air, contains a variety of pure gases. Under normal conditions, many gases are present in the mine.

The mines ventilation system is designed to bring in fresh air to disperse and remove harmful gases and to supply oxygen. But during a disaster, the situation may be quite different. Fires or explosions may release dangerous gases into the atmosphere.

And, a disruptedFile Size: 1MB. The recovery of methane from a low-concentration coal mine gas (30 mol% CH 4, 60 mol% N 2, and 10 mol% O 2) was investigated by hydrate formation in the stirred reactor and in the fixed bed of silica sands with the presence of mol% THF and ppm SDS.

It was found that hydrate formation in the stirred reactor and in the fixed bed of silica Cited by: Coal mines are confined spaces, and abnormal gases do not always have the chance to disperse in the same way. Some gases may build up in the mine, and can cause danger to people working underground.

Blackdamp and Carbon Dioxide. Blackdamp is a mining term for a build-up of carbon dioxide. This gas is not poisonous, but because it. MINE GASES. [No author.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : No author. Most non-metals in the periodic table have a gaseous elemental form.

Fluorine, oxygen, chlorine, nitrogen and hydrogen are found as diatomic molecules. Radon, helium, xenon, neon, krypton and argon are eight noble gases. They are nonreactive, mono-atomic elements with extremely low boiling points.

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P t (t) P v (t) the seal is outgassing, i.e. gases are flowing out of the sealed atmosphere. During an ingassing condition, the leakage quantity is air with composition 79% nitrogen and 21% oxygen.

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Incited by this phenomenal find, scientists now are poised to enlist on primordial gas hunts, so that similar pockets of elemental gas can be studied. The research appears in. As the other Quoran answered, Hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, chlorine and all the noble gases.

Hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine, and chlorine only exist naturally as DIATOMIC MOLECULES. The noble gases only exist as single atoms because. All elements and compounds can exist as solids, liquids, and gases. For example, Iron boils and turns into a gas at degrees C.

Iron turns from a solid into a liquid at degrees C. Iron III chloride, FeCl3, is a solid which melts at Mine Rescue Gases. Methane. STUDY. PLAY. Where is Methane most likely to be found in a mine.

Near the roof, as it is lighter than air. What is a flammable mixture of methane and air which can either burn or explode when ignited called.

Firedamp. What instruments are most often used in detecting methane. atomic radius - the distance from the nucleus to the farthest occupied energy level.

element family - the elements in one vertical column on the Periodic table that have similar properties. full octet - when an element has the maximum amount of electrons in its highest energy level.

This number is usually 8, except for Helium, which has 2. ion - an atom where the total number of electrons. A gas (sometimes referred to as a vapor) is one of the four major states of matter (after solid and liquid, and followed by plasma) that subsequently appear when a solid material is subjected to increasingly higheras energy in the form of heat is added, a solid (e.g., ice) will first melt to become a liquid (e.g., water), which will then boil or evaporate to become a gas (e.

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Carbon is the only element which has an entire branch of chemistry devoted solely to it and its reactions–organic chemistry–so named because most of the compounds that all life requires contain carbon.

Natural carbon occurs in several different forms, including graphite, diamond and the rare buckminsterfullerene (C60). The Perkin-Elmer Elemental Analyzer is fitted with an oxygen accessory kit to determine oxygen in organic materials. The analyzer uses pyrolysis to convert the oxygen to carbon monoxide.

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Moving down the group in the periodic. Gases found in the Coal Mines The danger from explosions is ever present in coal mines.

Ignition of naturally occurring methane gas can be disastrous. This gas is known in the pits as firedamp, a mixture of methane gas and air.

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The shock wave can cause substantial damage. Potential energy may exist in either of three forms before an explosion occurs: nuclear, chemical, or physical. Start studying Chemistry Chapter 5. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. inertness of the noble gases is certainly complex and fascinating, full of many misleading reports, surprises, and ingenuity.3 The chemical bonds between noble gas and other atoms are usually quite fragile due to various redox (electron-transfer) reactions.

In consequence of that, the exploration of noble-gas chemistry constitutes a very good probeFile Size: 2MB.The noble gases were all isolated for the first time within a period of only five years at the end of the 19th century.

Their very existence was not suspected until the 18th century, when early work on the composition of air suggested that it contained small amounts of gases in addition to oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, and water vapor.Elemental Analysis.

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