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Research Paper | Chemistry | Nigeria | Volume 11 Issue 4, April 2022
The Effect of Polarity of C2 and C3 Alcohols on the Extraction of Organic Insolubles of Crude Oil Residues
Abstract: The precipitation of insoluble organic solids from a single phase bottom hole representation crude oil residue, Qua Iboe Light Mobile Nigeria, unlimited was studied. One C2 and two C3 organic polar solvents (ethanol, n-propanol and iso-propanol) were used to investigate the effect of polarity of the precipitating solvents. The insoluble organic solids precipitated from ethanol, n-propanol and iso-propanol were 73 %, 53.40 % and 24 % respectively. Based on the results obtained from % composition by weights of insoluble organic solids recovered, ethanol was observed to comparatively have higher insoluble organic solids precipitates (0.7300 g, 73 %) than its counterparts which are less polar solvents (0.5340 g, 53.40 % and 0.2400 g, 24 %). This is attributed to the fact that ethanol is more polar than its counterparts. Probably, this indicates that more polar solvents are better precipitating solvents of insoluble organic solids.
Keywords: Organic solids, polarity, precipitation, composition
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 4, April 2022,
Pages: 425 - 427
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Victoria Bennett, "The Effect of Polarity of C2 and C3 Alcohols on the Extraction of Organic Insolubles of Crude Oil Residues", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), Volume 11 Issue 4, April 2022, pp. 425-427, https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR22305034034
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