solutizer-tannin process

solutizer-tannin process

[sə′lü‚tīz·ər ′tan·ən ‚prä·səs]
(chemical engineering)
A petroleum refinery process that is an early variation of the solutizer-air regenerative process for extraction of mercaptans from gasoline; uses tannin-catalyzed oxidation for the regeneration step.
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