paraffinic hydrocarbon

paraffinic hydrocarbon

[‚par·ə¦fin·ik ′hī·drə‚kär·bən]
(organic chemistry)
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Although the evaporation by heat was slightly higher at both 120[degrees]C and 150[degrees]C, all other properties were well within specification, including flash point, aniline point and paraffinic hydrocarbon content.
Both South Hampton Refining Company and Productos Quimicos Coin produce high purity C5 and C6 paraffinic hydrocarbon solvents which supply the plastic industries.
The methods of production of ethylene include steam cracking of paraffinic hydrocarbons or by separation from refinery gas.
Optimal low-temperature properties of PAMA can be achieved by an adequate ratio of long-chain alkyl groups relative to the present paraffinic hydrocarbons in base oil (6), (30).
Paraffinic hydrocarbons are organic compounds commonly found in crude oil, consisting of various forms and combinations of aliphatic hydrocarbons, aromatic hydrocarbons, napthenes, and asphaltenes.
Etoumi (2007) observed a reduction in wax appearance temperature and heavy hydrocarbon fractions by biodegradation of paraffinic hydrocarbons using Pseudomonas and Actinomyces species.
Thirteen were found to contain air tainted with a group of paraffinic hydrocarbons emitted by wet-process copiers.
The algal fatty acid product is catalytically decarboxylated and converted into paraffinic hydrocarbons (alkanes), followed by mild hydrocracking and hydroisomerization to make biojet fuel comprised of C10-C15 branched paraffins.
Because harsh chemicals and solvents commonly found in other tire care products can accelerate tire aging, Michelin 3-in-1 Tire Shine contains no petroleum distillates or paraffinic hydrocarbons.