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Andrew Szydlo's Chemistry of Coal

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About: Andrew Szydlo's Chemistry of Coal

Go on Oscar my son, get stuck in lad.!
666K subscribers, clearly you have made a deal with the one who should not be named ;-)
laws prohibiting burning of coal. Meanwhile in Germany, lets shut down all our "dangerous" Nuclear Power plants and burn all the coal instead !
For those many people that so against the coal burning it would be for them to get enlightened by this video.
Just the same as oil, both had and still will be our future in chemistry, till we can have the Thorium reactor in place, hope soon.
This was made by royal institution, I wish they wouldn’t be afraid to really jump into the complex science.
One thing I love about coal is the smell. When we were kids and another shovel of coal was put on the fire, it smoked like hell for a few minutes, we kids would put our faces in it and rub in our hair. We loved it.
I was expecting this guy to spontaneously combust mit da coal!!! Lol take a breath now and then man!!!
Crowd: claps
Crowd: Silence...
He sure likes coke
maybe that is why I want to pay you a visit
This man must hold the record for not finishing a sentence and consequently the longest uninterrupted sentence.
this guy speaks way to fast had to slow it down -1.5
"whole family in coal business"
Can't stop watching his lectures! He's such an amazing person!
Dr Szydio (brilliant polymath that he is) should retire and let some younger blokes earn the money which he no longer needs. We might also get a lecture with less um um's.
Kudos for the person making the captions :D
Whew! I'm exhausted!
He may be rapid fire, but he explains it so well. A few things would've been interesting to know/see more of but that's a lot to get through as is. It'd be great to give him more time to move less frantically...albeit entertaining when he does that too. Hope he has another one out soon.

I hope I have this much energy at his age- wait I've never had that much energy...

Coal stock

Coal is extracted from the ground by coal mining, either underground by shaft mining, or at ground level by open pit mining extraction.


Coal is primarily used as a solid fuel to produce electricity and heat through combustion. World coal consumption was about 7.25 billion tonnes in 2010 The price of coal increased from around $30.00 per short ton in 2000 to around $150.00 per short ton as of September 2008. In early 2015, it was trading near $56/ton.