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Title: Influences of temperature on flash pyrolysis products of asphaltite
Authors: Saydut, Abdurrahman
Hamamci, Candan
Keywords: Asphaltite;Column chromatography;FTIR;Oil;Particle size;Pyrolysis;Temperature
Issue Date: Dec-2008
Publisher: CSIR
Abstract: Seguruk (Sirnak, Turkey) asphaltite by flash pyrolysis in a fixed bed reactor with a heating rate 40°C min-1 at 400-800°C (optimum 550°C) under nitrogen atmosphere gave: solid residue (char), 67.68; oil, 13.28; and water, 0.99%. Seguruk asphaltite contained: asphaltene, 28.72; preasphaltene, 10.43; aliphatics, 52.54; aromatics, 5.05; and polar aromatic compounds, 3.26%. Oil obtained from asphaltite is mainly aliphatic according to FTIR spectrum.
Page(s): 1118-1122
ISSN: 0022-4456
Appears in Collections:JSIR Vol.67(12) [December 2008]

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