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Compound-type Separation and Characterization Studies for a 370 Deg to 535 Deg C Distillate of Wilmington, California, Crude Oil.
Hirsch-DE; Dooley-JE; Coleman-HJ; Thompson-CJ
NTIS: PB 231 988 :28 pages
A systematic procedure for separation, characterization, and semiquantitative analysis of high-boiling petroleum distillates was developed by the Bureau of Mines and applied to a 370 deg to 535 deg c distillate of Wilmington, California, crude oil. Separation procedures employed were isothermal and molecular distillation, chemical treatment, silica-alumina adsorption, and gel permeation chromatography. Characterization and analysis were accomplished by gel permeation chromatography correlations and mass and nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometry. These data should be useful in improving petroleum processing and utilization and in achieving the energy conservation inherent therein.
IH; Report of Investigations
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NTIS: PB 231 988
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