What is the chemical composition of coal?

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Coal is mostly carbon, but it has some other elements in it, notably sulfur, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. The actual molecular structure varies; there is no fixed "formula" for the chemistry of coal. Use the link below to read more and see a
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