Distribution of oxygen in forming principal products and by-products by oxidation of normal paraffinic hydrocarbons in foamed-film state
Petroleum and Gas Processing
KeywordsOxidation Oxygen Hydrocarbon Principal Product Paraffinic Hydrocarbon
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