In situ combustion of coal for energy: by Robert F. Chaiken
Robert F. Chaiken, United States. Bureau of Mines, United States. Bureau of Mines. Advanced Mining Systems Program
U.S. Dept. of the Interior, 1974 - Coal - 12 pages
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