By Vasily Simanzhenkov
Crude Oil Chemistry is superior a scientifically distinctive advisor to the total relatives of classical and smooth analytical and strategy applied sciences in petroleum refining. In widening its imaginative and prescient additionally to include a geological background of petroleum formation, present-day geopolitical and monetary concerns, and methods to redress and increase the fragile ties among the petroleum and the surroundings, this reference succeeds as a complete illustration of the standards going into the chemistry of crude oil and their outward certain ramifications. The booklet completely evaluates the chemistry and processing of low API gravity high-sulfur heavy crude oil more and more trusted within the undefined.
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Crude Oil Chemistry (No Series) by Vasily Simanzhenkov