alkylate


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alkylate

[′al·kə‚lāt]
(organic chemistry)
A product of the alkylation process in petroleum refining.
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The CTA Second Division turned down the firm's claim for refund for excise tax paid on the importation of alkylate, which is considered as gasoline still in its "unfinished" state.
Alkylate octane obtained through the K-SAAT process is higher compared to other liquid and solid acid alkylation processes under a wide range of process conditions," he said.
Petron added that alkylate is not among petroleum products mentioned under Section 148 subject to excise tax.
Iran is at present producing 600,000 to 1mln liters of alkylate gasoline daily at the refinery and officials predict that the amount would increase up to 2mln liters in Abadan refinery, the oldest refining complex in the Middle-East.
Preclinical findings show that IMGN632, which alkylates DNA, had potent selective activity against AML cells with lower cytotoxicity to normal myeloid progenitor cells than an ADC designed to crosslink DNA activity.
However, the Alkylate fuel does not exhibit a wide boiling range, as it is primarily composed of iso-octane; this is dissimilar from consumer gasolines, and reminiscent of Primary Reference Fuels, but this distillation behavior is assumed to be of minor importance for this study, due to the well-mixed early-injection strategy employed.
Bedell also said Marathon is planning upgrades of FCCUs to increase alkylate output and light products yields at its Louisiana and Michigan refineries in 2016 and 2018, respectively, for a combined $360 million.
The current article aims at comparing the exhaust gas emission of a two-stroke engine when alkylate petrol and a blend of regular petrol and oil is used in a two-stroke engine, which is not equipped with a catalyst.
Heretofore, avgas has been composed of what refiners call aviation alkylate, a blend of branched-chain hydrocarbons consisting of isomers of isooctane.
They discovered that compounds in the arcea nut can "alkylate" the genetic material DNA, causing changes that increase the risk of cancer, and they are present in betel quid in amounts high enough to do so.
Hindered intermediates are relatively long-lived yet hydrogenate in the presence of proton donor and alkylate in the presence of methyl iodide.
Aspen Group, which has a production plant for alkylate petrol near Gothenburg in Sweden, has 40 employees and an annual turnover of approximately SEK240m.