Chemistry and Technology of Fuels and Oils

, Volume 3, Issue 8, pp 556–560 | Cite as

Chemical composition of kerosene-gas-oil fractions of the Bulgarian crudes

  • G. M. Spasov
  • M. M. Gerasimov
  • A. G. Siryuk
  • K. I. Zimina


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    The naphthenic hydrocarbons with short side chains predominate in the paraffinic-naphthenic hydrocarbons of the Tyulen crude, and the paraffinic hydrocarbons with long chains are predominant in the paraffinic-naphthenic hydrocarbons.

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    Both these crudes differ considerably in the content and nature of aromatic hydrocarbons. Thus, the Tyulen gas oil was found to contain 15.4% benzene, 1,7% naphthalene, and 0.3% phenanthrene hydrocarbons. The Pleven gas oil contains 12.2% benzene, 2.4% naphthalene, and 1.8% phenanthrene hydrocarbons. While the benzene ring of the Tyulen crude contains mainly three to four substituents, the monocyclic aromatics of the Pleven crude contain predominantly mono- and disubstituted hydrocarbons.



Benzene Hydrocarbon Naphthalene Aromatic Hydrocarbon Benzene Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • G. M. Spasov
  • M. M. Gerasimov
  • A. G. Siryuk
  • K. I. Zimina

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