A comparison of in-situ series diffuse reflection Fourier transform infrared and non-series Fourier transform infrared in studying the conversion of functional groups in the process of coal oxidation is studied. It is found that non-series Fourier transform infrared could not monitor
the changes of functional groups precisely while in-situ Fourier transform infrared can. In-situ Fourier transform infrared was also used to monitor the oxidation processes of low ranks of coal at low temperatures (30–220°C) and a series data was obtained. The variation regularity
of six main functional groups was discussed and found that in-situ Fourier transform infrared would make it possible to reveal the mechanism of coal oxidation.
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