Abstract

Products of chlorination suggest 'that in exinite a greater proportion of disordered structure is present, and the number of condensed aromatic rings is not more than two; sulfur is more firmly bound; the number of peripheral groups is greater. Fusinites have more condensed structures, the number of hydroaromatic structures is negligible, and the number of condensed rings present is more than two.'

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