Blast furnace gas

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A low-grade producer gas, made by the partial combustion of the coke used in the furnace and modified by the partial reduction of iron ore. The gas contains more carbon dioxide and less hydrogen than normal producer gas made from coke and has a lower calorific value. Francis, 2

Source: Dictionary of Mining, Mineral, and Related Terms

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