in Morgantown .
Written in English
|Statement||by A. J. W. Headlee and Richard G. Hunter|
|Series||West Virginia. Geological and Economic Survey. Report of investigations no. 8, Report of investigations (West Virginia Geological and Economic Survey) -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Hunter, Richard Glenn, 1917-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 15 p.|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||52000253|
Buy Germanium in coals of West Virginia, (West Virginia. Geological and Economic Survey. Report of investigations) by Headlee, A. J. W (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : A. J. W Headlee. Germanium in Coals of West Virginia: Author: A. J. W. Headlee: Other Author(s): Counties: Description: Results of spectrochemical analyses of coal ash from 35 coal columns. Coals studied range from No. 3 Pocahontas to Redstone. Permission to reproduce this material is granted if acknowledgment is given to the West Virginia Geological. Headlee and Hunter () have recently reported on germanium in coals of West Virginia. The Eagle-Picher Co., the major producer of germanium in this country, has been carrying on extensive research both on the germanium tenor of various coals and on commercial extraction of the element from coal by: The occurrence of Ge and 37 other elements in the ash of 16 different coal seams located throughout West Virginia was investigated. Column samples (3 inches square) of each coal seam were taken, from which 1 inch cubes were cut every 3 inches starting at the top of the seam. Th cubes were then.
Zilbermints et al. () first noted Ge-enrichment near the roof, floor, and partings of Donetsk basin coals. In 19 samples from the West Donetsk basin, Ge contents (semiquantitative emission spectral analyses) ranged from “% to 1%”, but 11 samples were “closer to 1%.”. Germanium content of some Nova Scotian coals James Edwin Hawley. James Edwin Hawley. ATTBBEY () and others (RUDGE and MOON, ) have suggested that germanium is retained in coals in intimate association with the organic constituents rather than with the mineral matter. The concentration of germanium in sea-water has been reported to be less than per cent (NODDACK and NODDACK, ). The mountains of southern West Virginia are riddled with coal—and bullets Child coal miners with mules in Gary, West Virginia in Working conditions were brutal for coal miners, and.
The roofs of coal mines are often lined with the fossils of ancient forests, the outlines of plants and trees buried for millions of years. Miners today can see the same stone patterns that their fathers and grandfathers saw decades ago as they dug into the mountains of West Virginia.. Many Appalachian families trace their roots to migrants who fled tenant-farming abuse in Ireland or. Background Coal Mining in West Virginia. West Virginia had only a few active coal mines during the US Civil War, with fewer than 1, miners in the whole state. Coal mining would flourish, however, between and , after competing railroad companies began carving routes through the mountains of . Lunt, Richard D. Law and Order vs. the Miners: West Virginia, Archon Books, , On labor conflicts of the early 20th century. Lynch, Edward A. and David J. McDonald. Coal and Unionism: A History of the American Coal Miners' Unions; McIntosh, Robert. West Virginia railroads date back to before the Mountain State was even born (in June of ). In January of the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad arrived in Harpers Ferry, Virginia and continued to push west reaching the Ohio River (its ultimate original destination) at Wheeling in