Brown coal is a fossil coal with the lowest degree of coalification.
A transition form from peat to hard coal.
The density of organic matter is 1.2–1.5 g/cm3.
The calorific value of combustible matter is 22.6–31 MJ/kg (5400–7400 kcal/kg).
Depending on humidity, brown coals are divided into process groups: B1 (above 40%), B2 (30-40%) and B3 (up to 30%).
It is a power fuel and a raw material for chemicals.
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