Q. 1 A3.5( 2 Votes )

Which is the primary state in transformation of coal?
A. Lignite

B. Bitumen

C. Anthracite

D. Peat

Answer :

Peat is the most basic form of coal containing 26% carbon and is the primary state of transformation of coal from wood.

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