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1-Distillation at atmospheric API Viscosity APPROXIMATE SUMMARY Percent atmospheric pressure Bureau of Mines Burlington Northern Railroad carbon monoxide Carbon residue CHARACTERISTICS Gravity Cloud test coal coalbeds Conradson continued at 40 Cretaceous crude Cut temp deposit detonating cord detonation dispersion S. U. visc distillate Gas oil distillate Medium lubricating distillate Viscous lubricating dust Eocene explosive feet fly ash Fraction Gas oil Nonviscous gasoline and naphtha gasoline Total gasoline Hg STAGE 2-Distillation Kerosine distillate Gas Laboratory Item Light gasoline Total lignite lubricating distillate Medium lubricating distillate Residuum lubricating distillate Viscous Medium lubricating distillate METHOD STAGE 1-Distillation MINES ROUTINE METHOD Mines Sample Bartlesville Miocene naphtha Kerosine distillate Nonviscous lubricating distillate North Dakota oil Nonviscous lubricating percent Sp Pour point Powder River basin Refractive index ROUTINE METHOD STAGE rutile Saybolt Universal scrubber Specific dispersion S. U. STAGE 2-Distillation continued Sulfur SUMMARY Percent Sp thickness Viscous lubricating distillate
Page 50 - Such primary standards may be revised in the same manner as promulgated. (2) Any national secondary ambient air quality standard prescribed, under subsection (a) shall specify a level of air quality the attainment and maintenance of which in the judgment of the Administrator, based on such criteria, is requisite to protect the public welfare from any known or anticipated adverse effects associated with the presence of such air pollutant in the ambient air.
Page 50 - National primary ambient air quality standards, prescribed, under subsection (a) shall be ambient air quality standards the attainment and maintenance of which in the judgment of the Administrator, based on such criteria and allowing an adequate margin of safety, are requisite to protect the public health.
Page 52 - ... (A) cause, or significantly contribute to an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating reversible, illness; or (B) pose a substantial present or potential hazard to human health or the environment when improperly treated, stored, transported, or disposed of. or otherwise managed.
Page 50 - Such information shall include such data as are available on available technology and alternative methods of prevention and control of air pollution. Such information shall also include data on alternative fuels, processes, and operating methods which will result in elimination or significant reduction of emissions.
Page 50 - All language referring to effects on welfare includes, but is not limited to, effects on soils, water, crops, vegetation, man-made materials, animals, wildlife, weather, visibility, and climate, damage to and deterioration of property, and hazards to transportation, as well as effects on economic values and on personal comfort and well-being.
Page 52 - hazardous air pollutant" means an air pollutant to which no ambient air quality standard is applicable and which in the judgment of the Administrator causes, or contributes to, air pollution which may reasonably be anticipated to result in an increase in mortality or an increase in serious irreversible, or incapacitating reversible, illness. (2) The term "new source...
Page 50 - Administrator shall issue air quality criteria for an air pollutant within 12 months after he has included such pollutant in a list under paragraph (1). Air quality criteria for an air pollutant shall accurately reflect the latest scientific knowledge useful in indicating the kind and extent of all identifiable effects on public health or welfare which may be expected from the presence of such pollutant in the ambient air, in varying quantities.
Page 112 - The Bureau of Mines Routine Method for the Analysis of Crude Petroleum: I.
Page 50 - ... (B) the presence of which in the ambient air results from numerous or diverse mobile or stationary sources...
Page 47 - The coal is moderately hard, burns well, seems to stand exposure to the air, and as a domestic coal is highly satisfactory. To the unaided eye the coal is free from pyrite, but under a lens small irregular particles are visible. The area of the field is not great, but owing to the thickness of the beds it contains a large tonnage.