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Sets out a method for the determination of the relative density of higher rank coal and coke by a relative density bottle method.
 

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  1. AS 1038.21.1.1-2008

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    Coal and coke - Analysis and testing, Part 21.1.1: Higher rank coal and coke - Relative density - Analysis sample/density bottle method

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  2. AS 1038.21.1.1-2002


    Coal and coke - Analysis and testing - Higher rank coal and coke - Relative density - Analysis sample/density bottle method

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  3. AS 1038.21.1.1-1994


    Coal and coke - Analysis and testing, Part 21.1.1: Higher rank coal and coke - Relative density - Analysis sample/density bottle method

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  4. AS 1038.21.1-1994


    Methods for the analysis and testing of coal and coke - Higher rank coal and coke - Relative density Analysis sample

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  5. AS 1038.21-1983


    Coal and coke - Analysis and testing - Determination of the relative density and apparent relative density of hard coal

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