7 edition of Petroleum derived carbons found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Marvin L. Deviney, editor, Thomas M. O"Grady, editor.|
|Series||ACS symposium series ; 21, ACS symposium series ;, 21.|
|Contributions||Deviney, Marvin L., 1929-, O"Grady, Thomas M., 1929-, American Chemical Society. Division of Petroleum Chemistry., American Chemical Society. Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry.|
|LC Classifications||TP245.C4 P44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 463 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|Number of Pages||463|
|LC Control Number||75037671|
The most dynamic industry of the century is the petroleum and petrochemicals industry. It has taken the fundamental knowledge of chemistry and chemical engineering and transformed itself from a simple processing industry for fuel and lubricants to an extremely complex chemical process industry which has branched out into synthetic rubber, plastics, fertilizers and many other fields. Petroleum can be considered as a substance produced from a “leak” in the carbon cycle. It is derived from ancient micro organizations that escaped full oxidation during burial, evidenced by.
Petroleum coke is a valuable and potential source for clean energy storage if it could be modified legitimately and facilely. In the present study, porous carbon with high surface area and abundant oxygen-containing groups was prepared from petroleum coke by chemical activation and modification processes. The as-prepared carbon exhibits a high surface area ( m2 g−1) and Cited by: 7. Petroleum coke (PC)-derived porous carbons were developed through chemical activation using KOH and applied to adsorb Cu(II) ions from aqueous solutions. The effects of KOH/PC mass ratio and activation temperature on the preparation and physical properties of porous carbon were studied. Also, the effects of the initial solution pH, contact time, operating temperature, dosage of Cited by: 2.
Abstract. This book covers a wide range of subjects dealing with the chemical composition and molecular structure of hydrocarbons. The paper discusses the general characteristics of petroleum hydrocarbons; sources and reactions of petroleum hydrocarbon formation; transformations of hydrocarbons in nature by chemical and biochemical alteration of crude oils; and recommendations . This comprehensive volume follows up and expands on an earlier National Academy of Sciences book. It is the result of an intensive multidisciplinary effort to assess the problems relating to petroleum-derived hydrocarbons in the marine environment.
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4 PETROLEUM DERIVED CARBONS To achieve practical yields and plant outputs, as well as for product quality considerations, it is necessary to use as raw material pure, heavy petroleum aromatics containing a preponder ance of fused aromatic ring compounds composed Petroleum derived carbons book of 3 or more rings.
The atomic hydrogen to carbon ratio usually falls in. Analyses data on the composition, structure and formation of various petroleum hydrocarbons: the alkanes, cycloalkanes and arenes. Attention is paid to biological markers, com- pounds that may have preserved the main structural features of the original biogenic molecules.
Concepts ofBrand: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Petroleum derived carbons: a symposium co-sponsored by the Division of Petroleum Chemistry, inc. and the Division of Industrial and Engineering Chemistry at the th meeting of the American Chemical Society, Philadelphia, Penn., AprilPublication date.
Pages: This book is one-stop guide to one of the fastest growing sectors of the petroleum industry, where opportunities abound for manufacturers, retailers, and entrepreneurs.
This is the only complete handbook on the commercial production of petroleum products. Abiogenic petroleum origin is a body of hypotheses which propose that petroleum and natural gas deposits are mostly formed by inorganic means, rather than by the decomposition of organisms.
Thomas Gold's deep gas hypothesis states that the origin of some natural gas deposits were formed out of hydrocarbons deep in the earth's es explaining the origin of petroleum as abiotic.
Petroleum (pronounced / p ə ˈ t r oʊ l i ə m /) is a naturally occurring, yellowish-black liquid found in geological formations beneath the Earth's surface. It is commonly refined into various types of ents of petroleum are separated using a technique called fractional distillation, i.e.
separation of a liquid mixture into fractions differing in boiling point by means of. Surface Activity of Petroleum Derived Lubricants explains how surface activity is affected by several factors: the interfacial properties of lube oil base stocks at oil/surface interfaces, lubricant solvency properties, additive interactions, and variations in temperature.
The book provides an understanding of these factors that will influence Cited by: 7. 6 Library of petroleum products and other organic compounds Kerosene Kerosene or paraffin oil is a colorless, oily, highly flammable liquid with a strong odour, distilled from petroleum (10–25 % of total volume).
It is a mixture of about 10 different types of fairly simple hydrocarbons, depending on. James G. Speight PhD, DSc, in Handbook of Industrial Hydrocarbon Processes, Publisher Summary.
Petroleum products (in contrast to petrochemicals) are those hydrocarbon fractions that are derived from petroleum and have commercial value as a bulk product. A major group of hydrocarbon products from petroleum (petrochemicals) are the basis of a major industry. Petroleum is used to make gasoline, an important product in our everyday lives.
It is also processed and part of thousands of different items, including tires, refrigerators, life jackets, and anesthetics. When petroleum products such as gasoline are burned for energy, they release toxic gases and high amounts of carbon dioxide, a greenhouse gas.
Petroleum Hydrocarbons Environmental contamination by petroleum hydrocarbons is the most common site contamination issue encountered by environmental professionals. The nature of petroleum hydrocarbon contamination is highly variable. Petroleum hydrocarbons themselves are diverse mixtures of chemical Size: 2MB.
The Recognition of Biodegraded Petroleum-derived Aromatic Hydrocarbons in Recent Marine Sediments D. JONES*, A. DOUGLAS*, R. PARKES 1- J. TAYLOR-t, W. GIGER~: and C.
SCHAFFNER:I: *Organic Geochemistry Unit, Department of Geology, Drummond Building, University of Newcastle, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 7RU, UK Jr Scottish Marine Biological Cited by: Petroleum-derived carbon is a huge industry, based on the heavy residual oils from vacuum fractionation or solvent extraction.
These oils are feed stock for electrode coke or fuel for steam and power generation. Figure 1 shows the pyrolysis of residual hydrocarbons with severity of cracking.
This book presents papers on petroleum geology. Topics considered include the origin of hydrocarbons in carbonate rocks, hydrocarbon geochemistry, the generation and migration of hydrocarbons in the Upper Cretaceous Period, a comparison of carbonate and shale source rocks, the use of thiophenic organosulfur compounds in characterizing crude oils derived from carbonate versus.
They are derived mainly from petroleum (kerosene, gas, naphtha) or wood (turpentine, pine oil). They can be found in liquid, gas, or solid form depending on their properties. All hydrocarbons can be toxic, but aromatic (ring-shaped) and halogenated hydrocarbons typically have more severe toxicity.
Its potential for detecting plastic debris in environmental samples relies on different isotopic signatures of carbon in (i) petroleum-derived materials, (ii) C4 plants used in the synthesis of.I. Mochida, Y. Korai: in Petroleum-Derived Carbons, ACS Symposium Series29 () CrossRef Google Scholar R.A.
Greinke: in Chemistry and Physics of Carbon, edited by P.A. Thrower, 24, 1 () Google ScholarCited by: 4.Carbon in sedimentary rocks has undergone isotopic fractionation, with the heavier isotope 13C concentrating in carbonate carbon and the lighter isotope 12C in organic carbon.
Organic carbon is characterized by 27 parts per thousand less 13C than carbonate carbon. Petroleum 13C/12C values are in the range of organic Size: KB.