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Cannel coal The term 'Cannel coal' as it applies to the area of energy can be defined as ' A compact, tough variety of coal, originating from organic spore residues, that is non-caking, contains a high percentage of volatile matter, ignites easily, and burns with aluminous smoky flame'.
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