Oil Shale
A Scientific-Technical Journal

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CONTENTS

2002, Vol. 19, No. 4

1.

Editor's Page: J. Kann

353-354

2.

H. Luik, I. Blyakhina, L. Luik. Liquefaction of Estonian oil shale kerogen in sub-and supercritical ether medium. 2. Composition of liquid products

355-372

3.

A. Paat, R. Traksmaa. Investigation of the mineral composition of Estonian oil-shale ash using X-ray diffractometry

373-386

4.

L. Ballice. Oxidation studies of Turkish oil shales and determination of their kinetic parameters

387-398

5.

. M. Dogan, B. Z. Uysal. Pyrolysis of three Turkish oil shales and analysis of shale oils using FT-IR and NMR spectroscopy

399-410

6.

Changtao Yue, Shuyuan Li. Combustion of oil shale particles under elevated pressures

411-417

7.

E. Raidma, L. Leetsman, R. Muoni, Y. Soone, Y. Zhiryakov. Shale-oil-derived additives for fuel oils

419-424

8.

K. Ots, M. Mandre. Needle biomass across a pollution gradient in Estonia

425-438

Historica

9.

A.-T. Pihlak. A. Skochinsky Institute of Mining - 75 [in Russian]

439

10.

E. Reinsalu. The Estonian Branch of A. Skochinsky Institute of Mining

440-441

Information

11.

"Mined-out Land" (in Estonian). A book by Enno Reinsalu, Arvi Toomik, and Ingo Valgma

442

12.

J.-R. Pastarus.7th International Symposium on Environmental Issues and Waste Management in Energy and Mineral Production (SWEMP 2002)

443-444

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