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An optimum composition and technological regimes of the production of composite wood–coal fuel briquettes from fine brown coal of the Kangalas deposit in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) and sawdust without the use of additional binding agents were established.

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Original Russian Text © S.N. Popov, O.N. Burenina, L.A. Nikolaeva, T.M. Solov’ev, 2018, published in Khimiya Tverdogo Topliva, 2018, No. 4, pp. 67–70.

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Popov, S.N., Burenina, O.N., Nikolaeva, L.A. et al. Production and Properties of Wood–Coal Fuel Briquettes. Solid Fuel Chem. 52, 275–278 (2018).

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