Linde copper sweetening

Linde copper sweetening

[′lin·də ′käp·ər ‚swēt·ən·iŋ]
(chemical engineering)
A petroleum-refinery process to treat gasolines and distillates with a slurry of clay and cupric chloride to remove mercaptans.
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