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Ion-exchange, coordination, and adsorption chromatographic separation of heavy-end petroleum distillates.

Authors
Jewell-DM; Weber-JH; Bunger-JW; Plancher-H; Latham-DR
Source
Anal Chem 1972 Jul; 44(8):1391-1395
NIOSHTIC No.
10010443
Abstract
Information about the composition of heavy-end petroleum distillates is needed because of the increased use of this material as an energy source. The complexity of the heavy ends requires extensive separation to give fractions amenable to compositional studies. A separation scheme is described that separates heavy-end petroleum distillates into acid, base, neutral-nitrogen, saturate, and aromatic fractions. The analytical techniques used include anion- and cation-exchange chromatography, coordination chromatography, and adsorption chromatography. The scheme has been applied to heavy-end distillates from a variety of crude oils having different compositional characteristics. Data from mass spectral analysis of the saturate and aromatic fractions are presented.
CODEN
ANCHAM
Publication Date
19720701
Document Type
OP; Journal Article
Fiscal Year
1972
Identifying No.
OP 133-72
Issue of Publication
8
ISSN
0003-2700
NIOSH Division
LERC
Source Name
Analytical Chemistry
State
WY
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