Petroleum Chemistry (Neftekhimiya), founded in 1961, offers original papers on and reviews of theoretical and experimental studies concerned with current problems of petroleum chemistry and processing such as chemical composition of crude oils and natural gas liquids; petroleum refining (cracking, hydrocracking, and catalytic reforming); catalysts for petrochemical processes (hydrogenation, isomerization, oxidation, hydroformylation, etc.); activation and catalytic transformation of hydrocarbons and other components of petroleum, natural gas, and other complex organic mixtures; new petrochemicals including lubricants and additives; environmental problems; and information on scientific meetings relevant to these areas.
Petroleum Chemistry publishes articles on these topics from members of the scientific community of the former Soviet Union.
Formation of Petroleum Hydrocarbons from Prokaryote Biomass: 1. Formation of Petroleum Biomarker Hydrocarbons from Thermoplasma sp. Archaea Biomass
Synthesis Gas Production by Partial Oxidation of Methane and Dry Reforming of Methane in the Presence of Novel Ni–Co/MFI Catalysts
Aminomethoxy Derivatives of 1-(3-Methylphenoxy)-3-(Ethylsulfanyl)propane as Antimicrobial Additives for Lubricating Oils
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