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Sulfur Compounds in Crude Oil.
Rall-HT; Thompson-CJ; Coleman-HJ; Hopkins-RL
NTIS: PB 212 504 :187 pages
This report summarizes a systematic 20-year study of the organic sulfur compounds in Wasson, Texas, crude oil and, to a lesser extent, of three other crude oils, that has culminated in some 200 individual sulfur-compound identifications. The development and application of special separation and identification techniques generally suitable for the characterization of sulfur compounds in any crude oil are discussed. This report reviews early sulfur literature covering petroleum sulfur compound identifications completed before this study was begun, and cites 58 papers resulting from this work. The sulfur compounds in petroleum, both as to type and quantity, have long been a concern to the petroleum industry, and such compositional data are not only of theoretical interest, but also of practical value.
NTIS Accession No.
NTIS: PB 212 504
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