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Process for Converting Solid Wastes to Pipeline Gas.
U S Pat 3 733 187 1973 May; :
Solid wastes were heated to 500 deg.-675 Deg. C at 1,000-3,000 psig in the presence of gas containing at least 90 mol pct h2 and converted to a ch4-c2h6-containing gas having no condensable oils and tars. The carbonaceous residue also is free of tars and oils.
U.S. Pat. 3,733,187; May 15, 1973; Chem. Abstr. 79:23,403D
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