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Chemical technology of petroleum [by] William A. Gruse [and] Donald R. Stevens.
William Arthur Gruse
|Contributions||Stevens, Donald Raymond, 1898-,|
|LC Classifications||TP690 G76 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||675|
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The Chemical Technology of Petroleum. Newsecond edition ByWILLIAm A. GRUSE and DONALD R. STEVENS, Mel-lon Institute of Industrial Research. pages, 6x9. $ This book represents a revision of Gruse's Petroleum and Its Products, and is essentially a completely new book.
The authors present a chemical discussion of the proper. The Chemical Technology of Petroleum New second edition By WILLIAM A.
GRUSE and DONALD R. STEVENS, Mel-lon Institute of Industrial Research. pages, 6 x 9. $ This book represents a revision of Gruse's Petroleum and Its Products, and is essentially a completely new book. The authors present a chemical discussion of the proper. Pages (June ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue.
Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Receive an update when the latest issues in this journal are published. Sign in to set up alerts. The present invention relates to the use of antioxidants in Fischer Tropsch derived products.
The antioxidants of the present invention Chemical technology of petroleum [by] William A. Gruse [and] Donald R. Stevens. book preferably temporary antioxidants that may be removed after the period in which oxidation is expected by techniques such as simple distillation.
The temporary antioxidants of the present invention are typically sulfur-containing compounds Cited by: See also James G. Speight, The Chemistry and Technology of Petroleum, Marcel Dekker, New York,pp. Earlier sources give the boiling range of kerosene as to degrees F ( degrees C).
See William A. Gruse and Donald R. Stevens, Chemical Technology of Petroleum, McGraw-Hill, New York,p. A New Characterization Factor Chemical technology of petroleum [by] William A. Gruse [and] Donald R. Stevens. book Hydrocarbons and Petroleum Fluids Fractions Article (PDF Available) in Oil & Gas Science and Technology 57(2) March with Reads.
Methods for removing mercaptans from hydrocarbons streams, for example crude oil and natural gas, are provided. The methods use basic metal salts which react with mercaptans to form mercaptides. The metal salts are dissolved or suspended in ionic liquids, which tend to have virtually no vapor pressure.
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