Substance Name: Residues (petroleum), vacuum, hydrocracked, naphtha fraction
- A complex combination of hydrocarbons produced when petroleum vacuum tower residuum is mixed with a cracking promoter, thermally cracked in the presence of hydrogen at high pressure, and then fractionated. This fraction consists of a complex combination of hydrocarbons having carbon numbers primarily in the range of C5 through C13, and boiling in the range of 30 degrees C to 250 degrees C (86 degrees F to 482 degrees F). There will also be small amounts of sulfur compounds.
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- Residues (petroleum), vacuum, hydrocracked, naphtha fraction
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