Analysis of Petroleum for Trace Elements details the methods for detecting the elements that are natural in various forms in petroleum. The book covers research and control applications, along with various types of petroleum stocks and products. The selection first covers the occurrence and importance of traces of non-hydrocarbon constituents, and then proceeds to tackling the principles and practices. The subsequent chapters cover the analytical and recommended method for analysis of a specific element, such as copper, iron, lead, and sulfur. The book will be of great use to scientists, engineers, and technicians involved in the oil industry.
Preface Chapter I Introduction Chapter II Principles and Practices Chapter III Arsenic Chapter IV Chlorine (and Bromine) Chapter V Copper Chapter VI Iron Chapter VII Lead Chapter VIII Nickel Chapter IX Nitrogen Chapter X Phosphorus Chapter XI Sodium and Potassium Chapter XII Sulfur Chapter XIII Vanadium Chapter XIV Other Elements Index
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- © Pergamon 1963
- 1st January 1963
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