Method of separating sulfur compounds and aromatic hydrocarbons from high-boiling fractions of sour crudes
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Feasibility has been demonstrated for the application to medium-viscosity distillates (boiling up to 450°C) of a method for recovering sulfur compounds and aromatic hydrocarbons that had been developed for low-viscosity distillates (300–400°C).
This method of recovering sulfur compounds and aromatic hydrocarbons, together with the use of spectral methods of analysis, makes it possible to study the structural features of the components in high-boiling petroleum fractions.
KeywordsSulfur Petroleum Hydrocarbon Structural Feature Aromatic Hydrocarbon
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