rank

n
of coal, a classification designation that indicates the degree of metamorphism, or progressive alteration, from lignite to anthracite.
- anthracitic class - bituminous class - high volatile A bituminous coal - high volatile B bituminous coal - high volatile C bituminous coal - lignite A - lignite B - lignitic class - low volatile bituminous coal - medium volatile bituminous coal - meta-anthracite - semianthracite - subbituminous class - subbituminous C coal - subbituminous B coal - subbituminous A coal

ASTM D121-09a Standard Terminology of Coal and Coke. 2014.

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