1. Introduction. 2. Hydrocarbon. 3. Compounds. 4. Classification of organometallic elements. 5. Quantitative petroleum products. 6. Organic reactions. 7. Acid base chemistry. 8. Organic compounds. Index. Supported by numerous illustrations and references the book describes the chemistry and physics that occur during the refinery operations, and how the properties of petroleum can be translated into predictability in refinery scenarios. Because the design and construction of new processing units entail several years lead time, refiners are reluctant to commit these dollars for equipment that may no longer meet certain conditions when the units come on stream.
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