desulphuration

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desulphuration

(diːˌsʌlfəˈreɪʃən) or

desulfuration

n
(Chemistry) the removal of sulphur; desulphurization
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The project aims to increase Iraq's oil refining capacity by constructing a new plant (fluid catalytic cracking (FCC) complex) at Al-Basra refinery, south Iraq, and introducing light gas oil hydrodesulfurization (HDS) technology.
Calcination effect of Ca-Fe hydrocalumites supported CoMo for the hydrodesulfurization of thiophene and hydrogenation of cyclohexene
Extraction of Valuable Metals From Spent Hydrodesulfurization Catalyst By Two Stage Leaching Method.
The hydrotreating of Khoot shale oil under different reaction conditions showed that with increasing reaction temperature from 330 to 370 [degrees]C, hydro-denitrogenation, hydrodesulfurization and hydrodeoxygenation increased from 13 to 37%, from 65 to 92% and from 59 to 81%, respectively.
Hydrotreatment of vegetable oil and its mixtures with heavy vacuum gas oil has been explored to produce biofuels using conventional hydrotreating catalysts based on Ni-Mo/ [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] and Co-Mo/[Al.sub.2][O.sub.3] [9] under conventional conditions of nominal hydrodesulfurization operation [10].
In order to remove organic sulfur compound in oil, there are some effective technologies like hydrodesulfurization, adsorption, extraction, oxidation, and so on.
In the hydrodesulfurization process, these heat exchangers can suffer deterioration from atmospheric corrosion (externally, when the coating cannot completely protect the external surface) and by ammonium bisulfide corrosion (internally, when ammonium salts are formed) [5-7].
The binary transition metal complex was impregnated to -Al2O3 to prepare hydrodesulfurization catalyst.
Millions of tons of elemental sulfur are generated as a waste byproduct from hydrodesulfurization of crude petroleum feedstocks stored in megaton-sized, sulfur towers.